With the threat of a sequester looming, the charitable sector risks being boxed in.
Tag: Tax Reform
Sharing nonprofits’ Form 990 tax data in a comprehensive and easy-to-access manner may open the door to more collaboration and innovation within the sector.
Proposed new rules by the Treasury Department and the IRS would make it easier for philanthropies to make Program Related Investments.
Philanthropy is not sufficient and taxation is necessary.
Campbell and Co. sponsored a study to determine the impact of increased marginal tax rates and a cap on the charitable-giving deduction on giving.
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The Sunlight Foundation's report assessing federal spending gives US taxpayers a decent, and troubling, view of a system that does not function well.
Tax revenue allows governments to provide the services and public goods their citizens need; however citizens don't always pay their fair share. Why?
The nonprofit sector has become infected with the shortsighted, quarter-to-quarter thinking that addles Wall Street.
It is vital that lawmakers continue to use tax policy to encourage charitable giving, especially during times of economic recovery.
Wouldn’t we advance the goals of nonprofit hospitals and schools, and environmental and arts organizations if the government had more to spend on them?