Posts Tagged: taxes

Telephone Townhall for Nonprofit Organizations

January 14, 2015 Posted by Jessica Shofler in Director Duties, News, Nonprofits, Taxes

Do you have questions about the sales and use taxes that affect nonprofits organizations? Here is your chance to ask your questions directly to the California Board of Equalization. On February 19, 2015 at 10AM, California Board of Equalization member George Runner and the California Association of Nonprofits are hosting a live telephone townhall titled …

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Republicans Seek to Protect the Charitable Deduction

Yesterday we told you about Democratic Senators’ proposals to cut charitable deductions. Now Republican Rep. David Reichert is spreading the word that Republicans don’t agree. In an interview with The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Reichert affirms that he has never supported a cap on the charitable deduction and neither have any of his Republican colleagues. He …

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Another Call for Reducing Charitable Deductions

Would your nonprofit survive if suddenly private donations dwindled? If the Senate Democrats have their way, you may be forced to find out. They want to reduce the value of itemized deductions, which includes the charitable deduction, taken by the wealthiest taxpayers. The Senate Democrats’ federal budget plan lays out several options to get this …

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The Devil is in the Details

July 5, 2012 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Charitable Deductions, Donations, IRS, News, Taxes

How carefully do you follow IRS rules when making a charitable donation? We’ve posted before about the importance of charities providing adequate acknowledgments to donors, but the duty isn’t just one-sided. If you are making a charitable donation, it is just as important for you to follow the rules. Wondering how bad it could be …

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