The second legal answer book for nonprofit organizations
Even more concise, authoritative answers to questions concerning the business, tax, legal, and fund-raising practices of nonprofit organizations
The Second Legal Answer Book for Nonprofit Organizations
Tailored exclusively to aid nonprofit managers and their professional advisers, this comprehensive reference presents--in plain English--guidance on the latest trends and developments in nonprofit law today. Nonprofit executives will appreciate the question-and-answer format and real-world, workable solutions, to some of the key challenges facing nonprofit organizations, including intermediate sanctions, the competition and commerciality doctrines, partnerships and joint ventures, private foundation rules, disclosure and distribution rules, annual report requirements, and much more.
Written by one of today's leading legal authorities on tax-exempt organizations, this book is a useful guide to understanding areas of statutes, regulations, and other laws governing tax-exempt organizations. Periodic updates will keep readers informed of the current statutes and regulations in the nonprofit sector, and citations will guide readers to more detailed references. Nonprofit executives, board members, fund-raising professionals, lawyers, and accountants will find The Second Legal Answer Book for Nonprofit Organizations to be an indispensable resource.
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