The President’s FY2014 budget proposal is out! What does it say to the nonprofit sector? Rick Cohen does a deep dive into the budget to find implications for nonprofits—much more than the charitable deduction. Read Part I here, Part II next week.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities has revised its state-by-state analysis of sequestration cuts. After a while, it’s just so many numbers, right? But there are real people in trouble behind these numbers.
Despite the “saving” of the charitable deduction and the renewal of the IRA rollover post-fiscal cliff, the resource problems of community-based, human service, anti-poverty, and advocacy nonprofits are all but assured to continue.
There is a burgeoning debate happening about how to eradicate poverty in the U.S., with perspectives from the left and right – much needed in the aftermath of the radio silence during the presidential election.