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Read on for a sampling of the recent articles quoting experts from our organization and network.

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"It is going to be somewhat tricky in communicating to people about this change to charitable giving in part because Congress did not technically touch the century-old charitable giving incentive," said Tim Delaney, president and CEO of the...

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving
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Nonprofits still disapprove of the amended proposal.

Posted In: State Associations in the News | Tags: Washington, Fees, Taxes-Fees-PILOTs
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Insights offered via a roundtable sponsored by the National Council of Nonprofits, along with Exponent Philanthropy and Funds for Shared Insights, note ...

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Funder-Nonprofit Collaboration, Collaboration
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Delaney told NPQ, “While the experts on both ends of the political spectrum are projecting huge losses in charitable giving of between $17 billion to $21 billion annually, I don’t think it will be quite that bad this first year, because...

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Charitable Giving, Tax Reform, Universal Deduction
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David L. Thompson, vice president of public policy at the National Council of Nonprofits, said the Everyday Philanthropist Act is appealing because of its simplicity, but there are some “devilish” details that need to be worked out.

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Charitable Giving, Tax Reform
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