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What’s New for Nonprofits in The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 Webinar-on-Demand


In this webinar recording, BMWL’s managing partner, Mike Batts, provides an overview of key provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 relevant to nonprofits. Topics include a second round of PPP loan funding, significant changes to the existing PPP loan rules, significant changes to the Employee Retention Credit, significant changes to charitable contribution deduction rules, and more.


Webinar Speaker

Mike Batts

Mike Batts

Mike Batts is the managing partner of Batts Morrison Wales & Lee (BMWL) and has more than 30 years of experience serving nonprofit organizations in a variety of ways. He has served on and chaired the boards of nonprofit organizations – both nationally and locally.  Mike is a member and former chairman of the board of ECFA, an organization that accredits Christian organizations in the areas of board governance and financial integrity. Mike regularly advises nonprofit organizations on matters related to board governance, financial oversight, tax compliance and strategy, risk management, corporate structure, international activities, and other related topics. He has also actively engaged in nonprofit legislative matters at the federal and state levels. Mike has authored several books, his most recent being Church Finance: The Church Leader’s Guide to Financial Operations (Christianity Today, 2019). Mike is licensed or authorized to practice as a CPA in multiple states across the U.S. and he is also a Chartered Global Management Accountant.


Continuing Education Credit

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