650 Essential Nonprofit Law Questions Answered
Authoritative answers to the most important questions on business, tax, legal, and fundraising practices for nonprofit organizations
Written in the inviting style of Bruce Hopkins, the nation's leading legal authority on nonprofit organizations, 650 Essential Nonprofit Law Questions Answered is a must-have guide, developed specifically to help nonprofit managers and advisers harness the latest trends and developments in nonprofit law.
Presented in a convenient question-and-answer format, 650 Essential Nonprofit Law Questions Answered offers real-world solutions to the most common challenges facing nonprofit organizations, including:
* Intermediate sanctions
* Competition and commerciality doctrines
* Partnerships and joint ventures
* Private foundation rules
* Disclosure and distribution rules
* Annual report requirements
* Planned giving
650 Essential Nonprofit Law Questions Answered is the nonprofit professional's best resource for understanding statutes, regulations, and other laws governing tax-exempt organizations.
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General Operations of a Nonprofit Organization
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