A nonprofit organization may pay compensation in a reasonable amount to its members,
trustees, or officers for services rendered, may make reasonable incentive payments
to its providers, may confer benefits upon its members in conformity with its purposes,
may pay interest on certificates of indebtedness issued by it evidencing capital contributions,
and upon dissolution or final liquidation may make distributions to its members as
permitted by Title 16, Chapter 6a, Utah Revised Nonprofit Corporation Act, and no
such payment, benefit, or distribution shall be considered to be a dividend or distribution
of income. Notwithstanding Section 31A-8-105, and in addition to the powers granted in that section, a nonprofit organization
has all powers conferred upon it by Section 16-6a-302.
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