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Washington, DC - Commenting on the bi-partisan passage in the Senate of H.R. 6147, the four-bill “mini-bus” without a harmful anti-Johnson Amendment rider, National Council of Nonprofits President and CEO Tim Delaney said the following:

Posted In: Press Releases | Tags: Johnson Amendment, Nonpartisanship, Appropriations
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“Overall, the final regulations don’t rock the boat at all,” Jennifer Chandler of the National Council of Nonprofits told Tax Notes.

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Gift Substantiation, donations, Fundraising
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Abolishing the Johnson Amendment would be problematic for several reasons.

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Johnson Amendment, Nonpartisanship
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Others are likewise mystified by that aspect of the new provision, prompting the National Council of Nonprofits and many other groups to — so far unsuccessfully — implore the IRS for clarity or any other guidance on how to even begin calculating...

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Tax Reform, UBIT, Transportation Benefits
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Nonprofits around Kentucky are still trying to figure out exactly how the law applies to them, said Danielle Clore, executive director of the Kentucky Nonprofit Network. The new tax law was approved by the legislature in the spring.

Posted In: State Associations in the News | Tags: Kentucky, Tax Exemption, Sales Tax
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