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Bethel Residents Discuss Growing Concerns Over 2020 Census

"Something in the neighborhood of $3 billion comes into the state, and that number is primarily dependent on what we know from the census," said Mike Walsh, the Director of Public Policy at the non-profit consulting company, The Foraker Group.

Tags: Alaska, Census
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Nonprofits Band Together to Get a Piece of the Surplus

Spurred by last week’s announcement that Maryland is looking at a $430 million budget surplus for the upcoming fiscal year, several nonprofit groups are teaming up to urge lawmakers and Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.

Tags: Maryland, State Budget, Tax Reform
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City Working Out Changes To Sales Tax Code Enforcement

Among the others who echoed DeWitt's concerns were Eileen Arnold with the Tundra Women’s Coalition, Buck Bukowski of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Mike Walsh of The Foraker Group.

Tags: Alaska, Sales Tax
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2 NJ proposals for charitable deductions — one dubious, one laudable

Tags: Charitable Giving, Tax Reform
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What’s the State of Nonprofits In Detroit as Focus: HOPE Turns 50?

Kelley Kuhn, vice president of the Michigan Nonprofit Association, also joins Detroit Today to talk about the different revenue streams for nonprofits.

Tags: Michigan, Charitable Giving
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Kean Jr. Pushes for NJ Tax Write-Off for Charitable Contributions

According to figures gathered by the Mercer County-based Center for Non-Profits, the stakes may be very high for charitable organizations in the Garden State.

Tags: New Jersey, Tax Reform, Charitable Giving Incentives
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Nonprofits should educate voters, not endorse candidates

Nonprofits should not be a tool for candidate endorsement or as a funnel for campaign funding for candidates at any level.

Tags: Oklahoma, Johnson Amendment, Elections
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Nonprofits adjust to austere reality

Gian-Carl Casa, president and chief executive officer of the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, said the current budget, which lawmakers crafted during a contentious year that finally eliminated a $5 billion deficit, culminates a decade of...

Tags: Connecticut, State Budgets
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Nonprofits prep for potential drop in charitable giving

Nonprofit directors are scratching their heads over provisions in the Republican tax reform package that could lead to a drop in charitable giving.

Tags: Oregon, Charitable Giving
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Giving Green – Can Cannabis and Social Responsibility Coexist?

According to the Colorado Nonprofit Association’s 2016 year-end survey, only 6 percent of nonprofits polled had accepted contributions from cannabis companies — but two-thirds of...

Tags: Colorado, Fundraising

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