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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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Nonprofit representatives have asked the IRS and Treasury to delay implementing new unrelated business income tax rules until after guidance is published.

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: UBIT, Tax Reform, IRS
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"For large organizations, the donor list is something that's constantly cultivated and jealously protected," said David L. Thompson, an attorney who is vice president of public policy at the Washington-based National Council of Nonprofits.

Posted In: Council of Nonprofits in the News | Tags: Fundraising, Donors, Nonpartisanship
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Both New Hampshire and Vermont have larger-than-average nonprofit sectors.

Posted In: State Associations in the News | Tags: New Hampshire, Vermont, Nonprofit Impact, Economic Impact
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Sexual harassment is also an issue for non-profit boards, says Kelly Pepper, president and CEO of the Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations.

Posted In: State Associations in the News | Tags: Sexual Harassment, Human Resources, Management, Louisiana
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David Thompson, vice president for public policy for the National Council of Nonprofits, noted that some states, like Minnesota, have a “universal deduction” that allows all taxpayers to deduct charitable giving from their state taxes regardless...

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