Council of Nonprofits in the News

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House Provision Permitting Political Churches Moves Forward

The exception’s timeframe would do little to prevent groups from popping up as churches shortly prior to an election, engaging in political activity, and walking away scot free, according to Thompson.

Tags: Johnson Amendment, Nonpartisanship
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Local nonprofits face uncertainty in wake of new tax law

McCrary said he supports tax cuts, but he thinks the government shouldn’t offset them with provisions that impact historically tax-exempt organizations. The foundation leader said he is pleased about Conaway’s bill and what could come from it.

Tags: UBIT, Tax Reform
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New York funders gear up for 2020 census challenges

In a statement before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Tim Delaney, president of...

Tags: Census
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Trump tax provision on churches, other nonprofits catches locals off guard

Churches aren’t the only groups affected by the changes, though.

Tags: Alabama, Tax Reform, UBIT
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Nonprofits Divided On Future Of SCOTUS

Tim Delaney, president and CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, has argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court and expressed disappointment in hearing of Kennedy’s retirement.

Tags: Supreme Court, SCOTUS
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Newly-Discovered Provision in GOP Tax Reform Law Slaps Tax on Church Parking

Many organizations, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Goodwill Industries, the YMCA and the National Council of Nonprofits, are demanding the tax be delayed, arguing it is unfair to ask them to pay a levy they do not understand.

Tags: UBIT, Tax Reform
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Churches face taxes under new law

The 21 percent tax could cost some churches tens of thousands of dollars.

In the past week, nearly 900 organizations have signed a petition to ask Congress to get rid of the tax.

Tags: UBIT, Tax Reform
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Pennies from heaven? Overlooked provision in Republican tax bill has churches on edge

The National Council of Nonprofits – the nation’s largest network of charitable organizations — called on the IRS and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s office to delay implementation of the tax on fringe benefits.

Tags: UBIT, Tax Reform
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Donald Trump's Tax Plan Could Have Churches Paying Thousands of Dollars More

This month the National Council for Nonprofits, which is the largest network of charitable organizations, called on the IRS and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's office to delay implementation of the tax on fringe benefits.

Tags: Tax Reform, UBIT
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Republican tax law hits churches

Treasury is now working on regulations spelling out the details of how the tax will work, though the groups are supposed to have already been paying the tax. It took effect Jan. 1 and nonprofits are supposed to pay it quarterly.

Tags: Tax Reform, Transportation, UBIT

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