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Fifteen years ago, who would have guessed that not only would e-commerce be so prevalent, but that a leading web moneymaker would be a non-profit (Consumer's Reports On-Line), that over 350 hospitals would be owned by a single for-profit hospital chain, that a few select nonprofit employees would earn $20-30 million per year (some Harvard University investment managers), or that a few select nonprofit executives, such as William Aramony and the Rev. Jim Bakker, would serve time in prison. What big nonprofit changes will the next decade bring? To put it in historical perspective, let's quote a reliable source. "And ...
The red ink on the balance sheets of many state and local governments seems to be causing them to re-think the tax-exempt status of many non-profit organizations. There seems to be every thing from legal/administrative challenges to organizations non-profit status to requests to non-profit organizations for tax “donations”. Some localities are considering totally revoking non-profit exemptions, and others are simply creating hidden fees for services that are not exempt-able. Clearly we as American’s need to re-think the non-profit tax exempt status totally. Personally I ... Read More
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