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The National Council of Nonprofits, the nation's largest network of nonprofits, provides expert insight on key issues relevant to nonprofits and the communities they serve. The Council of Nonprofits is uniquely positioned to provide both a national perspective and a connection to one of our State Associations for a local perspective.

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

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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.

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Johnson Amendment
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“I’d say the churches have every right to be outraged,” said David L. Thompson, vice president of public policy for the National Council of Nonprofits. “It’s an oxymoron. It’s horrendously unfair.”

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Tax Reform, UBIT, Transportation Benefits
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"There's a lot of frustration, some anger. Concern and anxiety. How is this going to impact our fundraising?" Kentucky Nonprofit Network executive director Danielle Clore asks.

Posted In: State Associations in the News | Tags: Kentucky, Fundraising, Tax
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The Paulsen bill demonstrates bipartisan recognition that the TCJA reduces tax incentives for charitable giving and that more incentives are needed, according to David L. Thompson of the National Council of Nonprofits.

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Charitable Giving, Tax Reform
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“It is refreshing to see our elected officials choosing to press pause on partisan bickering to pass an appropriations bill without a controversial and corrupting policy rider that would have politicized charitable nonprofits, houses of worship,...

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Johnson Amendment, Nonpartisanship
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