Nonprofit news from around the web: Jan. 2 – 5, 2017

Written on Jan 03, 2018

In case you missed them, here are some recent interesting nonprofit news items from around the web.

Nonprofit guide to the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”
The 2017 “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” impacts tax-exempt organizations in a variety of ways. This guide summarizes the provisions applicable to nonprofits.

GOP tax bill rewards real estate, oil while hurting hospitals
President Trump locked down his most significant legislative victory of the year with just days remaining in 2017, as GOP lawmakers signed off on a tax overhaul set to kick in on Jan. 1. But the legislation appears to favor some industries over others.

Nonprofits must adapt to continued growth in donor-advised funds
Donor-advised funds are the charitable vehicle of choice for a rapidly increasing number of donors. Whether this is good or bad news is a matter of debate, but their growing attractiveness to both donors and sponsoring organizations is not.

Seven things everyone should know before working for a nonprofit
While some people make the decision early on to work for a nonprofit, some choose to make the transition from a for-profit career. Whatever the reason, if you are considering making the switch to a nonprofit, there are some things you should know.

Tech Corner - What is a corrupted file, and is there a way to get it back?
Corrupted files don’t happen too often on modern computers with good security measures in place. But when they do, it can be a nightmare. Take a look at the common causes of corrupted files, how you can help prevent them and what you can do when it happens.

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