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February 13, 2010; Press of Atlantic City | This article is well worth your time if you are concerned about nonprofits’ eroding exemptions from taxes and fees. It is accompanied by a photograph of a beautiful beachfront resort that is owned by nuns and has, evidently, recently been converted to untaxed status. Despite the stark visual statement of that juxtaposition, the article is very detailed and tries to explore both sides of the issue while sounding an alarm about the ongoing discussion of whether or not nonprofits should continue to be afforded exemptions from property tax status. NPQ has been covering any number of such efforts both in the magazine and in our newswire here and here, among others. Watch here to see how this trend develops and what you can do to stave off costly encroachments on our status.—Ruth McCambridge

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