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Nonprofit wages match government salaries in Minnesota for the first time

“Over the last 10 years, there’s been major progress,” said Jon Pratt, executive director of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. “There’s no economic reason it should be less [than government wages].”

Tags: Minnesota, Employment, Wages
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Some local nonprofits are seeing fewer donations in wake of federal tax law changes

Jeff Shaw, director of public policy at the CT Nonprofit Alliance, which represents small- to medium-sized nonprofits, said the recent survey results are concerning, but he warned it's too early to determine whether the downturn in donations is a...

Tags: Connecticut, Tax Reform, Charitable Giving
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Nonprofits, coalitions prepare a year ahead of 2020 U.S census

That's why they're raising awareness with the new coalition “Count Me IN Oklahoma.”

That money will also help fund programs like:

Tags: Oklahoma, Census
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Mass. Nonprofits Unite To Counter Census Fears

The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network estimates Massachusetts receives more than $16 billion in federal funding solely on the basis of census data.

Tags: Massachusetts, Census
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Boost Your Staff's Financial Savvy

At the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, staff get financial training through outside organizations, as well as the association’s own finance-focused training for its members.

Tags: Arizona, Finance, Staff Development
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Lawmakers Move Swiftly On Spending Plan, But That’s Not The End Of The Debate

Many social service agencies have found the changes “very unsettling,” said Lisa Maruyama, president and chief executive officer of the Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations.

Tags: Hawai`i, State Budget
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Donations to Colorado charities fell flat last year and some are blaming Trump’s tax law

Nonprofits nationwide are bracing for what could be an even larger decline in 2018 because of changes that gave taxpayers a larger standard deduction for 2018 and made itemizing unnecessary for many.

Tags: Colorado, Charitable Giving, Tax Reform
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Starting next year, state income tax checkoff will feature write-in option, head of state association says

Next year’s tax season will bring a major fundraising opportunity for organizations such as charities, museums and youth groups, the head of the Colorado Nonprofit Association said Thursday in a visit to Pueblo.

Tags: Colorado, Charitable Giving
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Lawmakers pass tax cleanup bill late Wednesday night

The Kentucky Nonprofit Network released the following statement on the bill's passage.

Tags: Kentucky, Tax Reform, Sales Tax
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Giving Thought: Colorado nonprofits are an economic dynamo

The $20 billion of direct spending from the nonprofit sector represents about 5.6 percent of Colorado’s economy. In other words, the state’s nonprofits account for $56 of every $1,000 in economic activity.

Tags: Nonprofit Impact, Colorado

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