Council of Nonprofits in the News

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California AG Questioning The Sale of .ORG

“It is vitally important that the integrity and affordability of the .org domain are kept intact.

Tags: .org Domains, Technology
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Nonprofits May Face Costly Hurdles To Get Fringe Benefit Refunds

That might not seem like much, but David Thompson, vice president of public policy for the National Council of Nonprofits, said 92% of all nonprofits have revenues of less than $1 million.

Tags: Transportation Benefits Tax, UBIT, Tax Reform
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Sale of Dot-Org to Venture Capital Firm Draws Ire From Lawmakers, Charity Regulators, and Nonprofit Leaders

In another key development, the National Association of State Charities Officials last week issued a letter criticizing the proposed sale and asking for more time to review the matter.

Tags: .org Domains, Internet
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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 far down the list to find Nevada.

We’re 46th on the list.

Tags: Charitable Giving, Nevada

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