Council of Nonprofits in the News


State Charities Officials Want Stalling Of .ORG Sale

“It seems that everyone who takes a look at this sale sees reason for grave concern,” said Tim Delaney, president and chief executive of the National Council of Nonprofits.

Tags: .org Domains, Internet

Congress made a mistake on this tax measure – and admitted it

“Some eliminated parking and transit pass benefits.

Tags: Transportation Tax, Mississippi, California, Tax Reform

The Recession Wild Card

Orozco and others point out that inadequate preparation is often not for lack of will but rather lack of resources.

Tags: Recession, Budget

Final SALT Rules Could Save Scholarship Fund, Parents Tell IRS

The 25,000-member National Council of Nonprofits has yet to hear whether nonprofits like the proposed rules.

Tags: SALT, Tax Reform, State and Local Taxes

New Overtime Rule Hitting Some Employers Harder Than Others

Meanwhile, nonprofits generally are having an easier time preparing for this rule than the higher threshold they were gearing up to face in 2016, but some organizations still are struggling to cobble together the financing.

Tags: Overtime, Human Resources

Five thought leadership tips for nonprofit CEOs

It should be no surprise that thought leadership marketing is an effective tool for supporting a nonprofit’s mission. After all, when your organization is out to make the world a better place, it typically has better-than-average stories to tell...

Tags: Thought Leadership

Nevada Named One Of The Least Charitable States

A new WalletHub ranking looked at where the most generous Americas live – and you needed to look ...

Tags: Charitable Giving, Nevada

Charities’ share of donations on the rise

Rick Cohen, chief operating officer for the National Council of Nonprofits in Washington, D.C., said there are a couple of things in play here.

Tags: Charitable Giving

Congress moves to repeal “parking tax”

The unrelated business income tax was imposed on a variety of fringe benefits such as free parking, subsidized transit passes, and use of on-premises athletic facilities.  The taxes were immediately unpopular, in part because they applied to...

Tags: Transportation Benefits Tax, UBIT, Tax Reform

Lawmakers strike agreement on last-minute tax package

At the same time, the legislation would rescind a controversial tax included in the 2017 tax law on fringe benefits churches and...

Tags: Transportation Tax, UBIT, Tax Reform, Transportation Benefits


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