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Protecting Your Organization's Tax–Exempt Status. A Guide for Nonprofit Managers

  • ID: 2213323
  • Book
  • 296 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The most comprehensive and ambitious effort I′ve seen to compile and discuss, in one resource, all of the issues and information about this crucial topic. Nonprofit executives, managers, legal counsel, and trustees all can benefit from this useful and informative book.

?J. David Seay, vice president, secretary, and counsel, United Hospital Fund

Bookman provides nonprofit leaders with a comprehensive examination of federal, state, and local laws affecting nonprofit organizations and recommAnds actions nonprofits can take to protect their organizations tax–exempt status.

Using case studies extensively, he explains such crucial matters as preparing for an IRS audit, reporting unrelated business income, responding to claims of unfair competition, and fighting challenges to nonprofits′ property tax exemption.

Protecting Your Organization′s Tax Exempt Status demonstrates how federal tax law applies to specific segments of the nonprofit sector. Discusses actual IRS audits of nonprofits, shows how nonprofits can develop positive community relations, and reviews congressional hearings on federal tax exemptions for nonprofits.
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