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IRS Revokes Status
Internal Revenue Service Issues

Revocation Blues for the Nonprofit Sector

Let’s just say that the nonprofit community has another … “situation” … on its hands. Long story short: The Internal Revenue Service is required by

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Non-profit Gifts in Kind
Donations

FASB Issues New Gifts-in-Kind (GIKs) Rules

Recently, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) published new rules governing how 501(c)(3) organizations should account for, and report, non-cash charitable contributions. This type of

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CA Changes in Employee Man
Employment Law

Newest CA Employee Leave Laws

This year’s California Legislature wrapped up its business, as usual, on the final day of August, waiting anxiously to see if Governor Gavin Newsom would

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NPO Reform Stalled Due to COVID
California Nonprofit Legislation

DAF Reform Stalled Again in CA

This year’s legislative session in California ended on schedule in late summer, but there had been several interruptions by pandemic-related recesses. Lawmakers had hoped to

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Deaccessioning Museums: COVID
Uncategorized

Museums & Deaccessioning in COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc all around the nonprofit sector. Among the hardest hit are arts organizations. A recent news item sums up the

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Sunsetting Foundations
Private Foundations

A Sunsetting Tale

Once upon a time, there was an American billionaire who amassed a fortune in retail but continued to live frugally despite his enormous wealth. He

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COVID Giving
Donations

COVID-19 Giving Data: New Report

On March 31, 2020 – just about two weeks into the catastrophe that has enveloped the world – staff writer Dan Parks of The Chronicle

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CA NPO's Reopening
COVID-19

Nonprofits & CA’s “Take 2” Reopening

Throughout the United States, the summer months were a frenzy of rushed “reopenings” followed by all-too-predictable rollbacks as COVID-19 outbreaks surged.  Disease hotspots erupted even

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