Counting on Donations: IRS Proposal Could Change How Charities Collect Info

Counting on Donations: IRS Proposal Could Change How Charities Collect Info

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David Heinen, vice president for public policy and advocacy with the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, says collecting personal information such as Social Security numbers could create a financial and temporal burden for organizations.

"It's going to create new work for nonprofits," says Heinen. "Create new costs and new liability by having to put in place new procedures to do this, and then the liability of maintaining those and the concerns about identity theft." 

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