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Don’t mistake video as an opportunity to recap your latest marketing brochure. It’s a completely different medium.
We are only through the first quarter, and 2015 has already seen a slew of legislative proposals that could impact exempt organizations considerably. Nonprofits should be monitoring several major pieces of legislation in the months ahead.
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A man commits suicide while holding a “tax the rich” sign. The House chooses to do the exact opposite, letting the nation’s top 0.2% out of estate tax liabilities.
Is the new trend to create nonprofit organizations with little oversight to do the business of governmental units?
Efforts to shrink the city’s food deserts have been successful, with a 48 percent net increase in full-service groceries from 2005 to 2013. Lessons learned may prove helpful elsewhere.
Hobbit director Peter Jackson, a retired army general, and a collection of wargamers combined forces to create this museum exhibit.
In the UK, the political parties issue “manifestos” about where they stand on the issues, including specific attention to policies affecting nonprofits and charities. We’d love to see the Democrats and Republicans do the same.
The richest universities, even though they did lose assets during the recession, did not have to pinch pennies in their moneymaking capacities and so hit the ground running as the recovery started.
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