Charity Regulator Slams IRS Proposal on Donor Data

Ms. Kleinfelter made her remarks in an interview at a conference Tuesday on nonprofit data transparency hosted by the Urban Institute in Washington.

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New IRS Gift Substantiation Guidelines Opposed by National Council of Nonprofits

A new voluntary gift substantiation regime proposed by the IRS is being opposed by the National...

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Non-Profits Unhappy With IRS Proposed Rule On Charitable Giving

“This is a huge issue for nonprofits — and the American public,” Tim Delaney, CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, which opposes the rule, told ...

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I.R.S. Shortcut to Tax-Exempt Status Is Under Fire

"In many communities, it takes more to get a library card than it takes to get this new exempt status," said Tim Delaney, president and chief executive of the National Council of Nonprofits, a network of charitable groups.

Tags: Form 1023-EZ, 1023EZ, Tax Exemption, IRS

Senate Bill Would Require Revocation Notice

The National Council of Nonprofits broadly supports the bill, according to spokesman Rick Cohen. “If you can prevent your status from being revoked, it’s much easier than getting it reinstated,” he said.

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Reboot: IRS Revising Political Activity Rules

The IRS typically holds a regulatory public hearing before revising regulations, according to David Thompson, vice president of public policy for the National Council of Nonprofits.

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Statement from the National Council of Nonprofits on IRS Scandal | Don’t Let the IRS Scandal Hurt the Work of Charities

Tim Delaney, President and CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, releases the following statement:

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