Tea Party groups might want to get on the stick and secure their 501(c) federal tax exemptions. Otherwise, they might get to replicate the experience of the Richmond Tea Party, which is being audited by the City of Richmond.
Ethnic Philanthropy Extends Its Reach: A Conversation with Maha Freij of the Center for Arab American Philanthropy
Maha Freij, the founder of the Center for Arab American Philanthropy, discusses the importance and implications of philanthropy that is identified with specific ethnic and racial groups.
HBO’s Bill Maher recently weighed in on the question of what should and should not qualify for charitable—that is, tax deductible—donations.
The Institute for Works of Religion, otherwise known as the Vatican bank, is “the most secret bank in the world.” Did it play a role in Pope Benedict XVI’s surprise decision to retire?
What is “social welfare?” This past election cycle, a slew of 501(c)(4) “social welfare” organizations bombarded the nation with anonymously funded campaign ads. A new lawsuit says the IRS shouldn’t have allowed this.
Brown v. Board of Education is an icon in this nation’s civil rights history. Now the foundation that honors the legacy of the landmark case has been evicted from its National Park site headquarters due to a “troubling” Department of Interior audit.