New tax bills worry Idaho nonprofits

New tax bills worry Idaho nonprofits

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The Idaho Nonprofit Center has another worry. They believe wording in the tax bills has the potential to inject politics into work of nonprofits.

“Nonprofits may also find it challenging to keep the public’s trust if they are pressured to endorse one candidate for office over another instead of focusing on their missions,” Little said.

Both the House and Senate have passed tax reform bills. The National Council of Nonprofits says the House one is worse for them, but the Senate one is also bad. They point at the main difference being the provision in the House bill that they say would politicize houses of worship, charitable nonprofits and foundation. 

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