The Law of Fund-Raising

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Wiley, Jan 16, 1991 - Business & Economics - 591 pages
Provides charitable organizations and their advisers with clear and easy-to-understand information on the law of fund raising. Comprehensive in scope, It offers both a summary and comparative analysis of state regulation and addresses such legal issues as due process rights, exemption for membership groups, police power, and the regulation of fund raising costs. In addition, it examines federal regulation of fund raising, exploring such topics as IRS audit guidelines, the exemption application process, reporting requirements, lobbying restrictions, and charitable deduction rules. With state regulation of fund raising increasing, and federal regulation looming as well, it provides fund raising organizations with crucial guidelines for coming into compliance with regulatory requirements and then staying that way.

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Philosophy l
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The Anatomy of Charitable FundRaising
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FundRaising Charity
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