Schedule B Rules Eased For Associations, Others NPOs

Schedule B Rules Eased For Associations, Others NPOs

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“The great concern is the combination of an effort to prevent the IRS to make it harder to find who’s funding whom. The (c)(4) political work made dark money darker,” said David Thompson, vice president of public policy at the National Council of Nonprofits. “It just made it a lot easier now for people to be heavily political in the nonprofit space” among social welfare organizations, labor unions and business leagues and associations.

“You can’t divorce this from the effort to weaken the Johnson Amendment,” he said, referring to the measure that bars 501(c)(3) charities from endorsing political candidates and electioneering.

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The NonProfit Times

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