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Directors (also called trustees) of nonprofit corporations don't serve to get rich. They serve out of a sense of civic obligation or belief in a cause. Nonprofit directors are willing to give of their time, talent and treasure. But they don’t want to end up with tattered reputations or depleted bank accounts. Concerns about nonprofit board service have been heightened by a series of business and nonprofit scandals where directors were attacked for failing to do their job – or worse. Read More ›
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Carl C. Lammers is a member of FBT, counseling employers on the design and administration of employee benefit plans, including defined contribution and defined benefit pension plans, ESOPs, and health and welfare benefit plans.