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Tax reform could affect charitable giving

A Colorado Nonprofit Association analysis of 2015 Colorado tax data suggests that most Colorado taxpayers with incomes under $200,000 will save more on taxes by taking the increased standard deduction, leaving no federal tax benefit for them to...

Tags: Colorado, Tax Reform, Charitable Giving
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Season for Sharing: How the new tax law could mean a drop in charitable donations

The new laws could begin to affect non-profits as early as this fall, said Kristen Merrifield, CEO of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits.

Tags: Arizona, Charitable Giving, Tax Reform
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‘Nonprofits need to rally quickly’ to stave off the worst effects of the new tax law

It’s not that people will stop giving, it’s just that they won’t be incentivized to give as much, Delaney said. And there will be very real consequences from this shortfall.

Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving, Pennsylvania
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Charities trying to gauge impact of federal tax reform on giving

“Charitable giving incentives are not 100% of the solution, but people give more when there are incentives,” said Joan Gustafson, external affairs director at the Lansing-based Michigan Nonprofit Association.

Tags: Michigan, Charitable Giving, Tax Reform
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Nonprofits anxious over new tax law

Many who used to itemize deductions may see that its really no longer beneficial to do so. 

Tags: Nebraska, Tax Reform, Charitable Giving
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Voluntary Generosity Is Not Enough

Since the founding of our country nonprofits have been a key partner to government as a mechanism for carrying out government responsibilities and obligations in a more efficient, community-centric way.

Tags: Montana, Government-Nonprofit Contracting, State Budgets
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Less optimism for nonprofits

And in Oklahoma, we are gearing up for another legislative session that will most likely be challenging as we attempt to erase budget gaps and find sources of revenue.

Tags: Oklahoma, Tax Reform, Johnson Amendment, State Budgets
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Churches and nonprofits worry charitable donations will plummet under new tax law

In the state, Heinen said, nonprofits collect and spend roughly $42.5 billion a year and employ about 10 percent of the workforce. In the Triangle, they include Duke University Medical Center and WakeMed hospitals.

Tags: North Carolina, Tax Reform, Charitable Giving
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Facing uncertainty, charities use new tax law to push for donations

The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network has estimated that donations to charities in the state could decline by hundreds of millions of dollars as fewer taxpayers itemize deductions in 2018.

Tags: Massachusetts, Charitable Giving, Tax Reform
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Connecticut Nonprofits Fear Tax Bill Could Lead To Decrease In Donations

“They’ve essentially eliminated for 90 percent of filers the ability to make deductions specifically for charitable contributions,” said Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of the Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance.

Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving, Connecticut

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