7 Ways to Ensure Safety and Privacy for Nonprofit Donors

“I think people are beginning to recognize that small overhead will make the nonprofit less efficient than if they spent some money on technology to help with the organization’s marketing and communications, as well as to improve...

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Charities Welcome Clarity of Substantiation Rules

“Overall, the final regulations don’t rock the boat at all,” Jennifer Chandler of the National Council of Nonprofits told Tax Notes.

Tags: Gift Substantiation, donations, Fundraising

End-of-Year Giving Remains Vital to NJ’s Nonprofits

“The holidays are traditionally a time of giving. People are thinking more generously, thinking of others, so it fits with the spirit of the season,” says Linda Czipo. “We’ve also got tax considerations.

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Is IRS Proposal Kiss Of Death For Charities?

Charities are saying “no way” to the Internal Revenue Service’s recently proposed new substantiation rules, which would include charities’ collecting and storing donor’s social security...

Tags: IRS, Gift Substantiation, Fundraising, donations, Donors

Salvation Army has slow seasonal start

Nationwide, fewer people are cutting checks to charities in person and more people are giving online, said Rick Cohen, spokesman for the National Council of Nonprofits.

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