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Patient Debt
Internal Revenue Service Issues

Charitable Hospitals Behaving Badly

Over the summer of 2019, there were important showdowns around the United States against certain charitable healthcare systems acting in decidedly uncharitable (and unlawful) ways.

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Hate groups
IRS Issues

Should a Hate Group Have a Tax Exemption?

Every few days or so, there’s another hate-group-fueled shooting rampage in the United States. In a long-overdue move, the FBI recently designated the white-supremacy movement

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Tainted Donors
Fundraising & Development

Tainted Donors in a Scandal-Prone Era

“Finding funders has never been easy work,” writes The Nonprofit Quarterly’s Martin Levine in How Nonprofits Consider Donations Differently as Donor Challenges Proliferated (September 4,

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Donor-Advised Fund Bill in CA Stalled

Set against the background of the continuing, high-profile, debate about donor-advised funds (DAFs), the California Assembly in 2019 considered – but temporarily tabled until early

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Cyber Security

Charity Fraud Awareness Push

Charity fraud is a major problem, draining enormous amounts from organizations and their beneficiaries as well as eroding trust in our sector.  In the past,

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Foundation Boards
Board Governance

Foundation Boards: Five Key Questions

Phil Buchanan wants American foundations to know that he has important advice for them as this tumultuous year in philanthropy (and the world) winds down. 

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