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Nonprofit Report (WG&L)) Text of articles from the WG&L monthly newsletter Nonprofit Report, which cover tax, reporting, and financial management issues for nonprofit organizations, including Internal Revenue Service rulings and pronouncements for nonprofits, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and legislation governing financial management of nonprofit organizations. (Last published in July 2016)
Nonprofit World Nonprofit World (Magazine) is a publication of the Society for Nonprofit Organizations and focuses on all aspects of running an effective nonprofit organization, including fundraising, income generation and addressing legal issues.
Non-Profit Times Non-profit Times is a newspaper covering the business management of non-profit organizations in the United States.
Taxation of Exempts (WG&L) This publication is a bimonthly journal that discusses the taxation of exempt and not-for-profit organizations, including intermediate sanctions, combinations and joint ventures, health care organizations, private foundations, political and lobbying activity, the unrelated business income tax, and issues of exemption and compliance, charitable giving, and compensation.
International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law (IJNL) - IJNL is a quarterly journal that analyzes global civil society. It addresses legal issues as well as socia, cultural, political and economic issues that impact the legal environment for nonprofit organizations. (Most recent Apr 2017)
Journals Addressing NonProfit Leadership, Marketing, and Grants
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