In a controversial endorsement, the PTA endorsed a manufacturer who wants to build a neighborhood circle. The proposed permit allows for the construction of a single-family home on the site. The company will be allowed to operate from 8 a.m. to midnight on weekdays and from 8 a.m. to midnight every weekend. However, the company must be able to operate in a different time zone than the residents of the neighborhood circle.
Be careful when setting up links
For corporate sponsorships, the PTA may choose to offer a hypertext link to the sponsor’s website. It is important to be careful in establishing the link. Moving banner links are more likely to be treated as advertising by the IRS and may be taxed at a lower rate. As long as the sponsor and PTA agree on the duration, the link will be a successful advertising opportunity.
In exchange for sponsor sponsorship, the PTA can also offer a hypertext link to the sponsor’s website. However, it is important to be careful in the establishment of a link. An unrelated business can be considered a passive source of income. A moving banner link, for example, may be seen as a form of advertising and therefore taxed at a higher rate than a fixed banner link. Ensure that the duration of the link corresponds to the agreement with the sponsor.