North Carolina

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Taxing nonprofits would harm N.C. communities

As Chair of the Board for the N.C. Center for Nonprofits and President and CEO of the Levine Museum of the New South, I know firsthand how essential charitable nonprofits are in our state.

Tags: North Carolina, Tax Exemption, State Tax Issues

North Carolina Considers Tinkering with Nonprofit Tax Laws

The North Carolina Revenue Laws Study Committee recommended legislation recently that would...

Tags: North Carolina, State Tax Issues
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Nonprofits meet amid worries they'll lose sales tax refund

The potential legislative removal of the nonprofit sales tax refund will likely be a top concern at the meeting organized by WNC Nonprofit Pathways, a collaboration of funders investing in area organizations to increase their impact.

Tags: North Carolina, Sales Tax
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Organizations, community celebrate Giving Tuesday

Nonprofits need to make sure their communities are aware of the work they do and how essential they are in filling gaps in service provision, said David Heinen, vice president for public policy and advocacy at the North Carolina Center for...

Tags: North Carolina, Giving, GivingTuesday
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Charitable giving hits 4-year low in NC

And David Heinen, the vice president for public policy and advocacy at the N.C. Center for Nonprofits, said nonprofits have other revenue sources, including direct contributions, that weren’t considered in the report.

Tags: North Carolina, Giving

State Tax Reform in 2014 and Charitable Giving Incentives

Comprehensive tax reform remains a priority on several state legislative agendas in 2014, and nonprofits learned...

Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving Incentives, Kansas, Minnesota, North Carolina, Kentucky, Nebraska, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Maine

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