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Does a Church Need 501(c)(3) Status?

A church is one of the oldest organizational types in the world.  The concept of the local Christian church in particular has existed for approximately 2,000 years.  Other religions have church histories going back much further than that.  In light…

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2021 – A Year In Review

COVID-19 (still around!).  Economic uncertainty.  Political turmoil.  But yet, signs of recovery sprinkled in.  Nonprofits meeting needs.  It's been yet another strange year, for sure.

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50 Nonprofit Facts and Statistics

Most people, or at least me, like lists of facts. Like the height of Mount Everest is 29,032 feet high. Although it was considered to be 29,028 feet high until December of 2020, when the official height was changed. Facts…

2020 – A Year In Review

COVID-19. In our hometown of Nashville, a devastating tornado. Injustice. Protests. Riots. A Presidential election. More COVID-19. Is it over yet?

New COVID Relief Bill May Provide Additional Help for Nonprofits

The CARES Act legislation that was approved in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic (spring of 2020) helped many nonprofits with its Paycheck Protection Program.  Thousands of charitable organizations nationwide were able to secure forgiveable loans from the Small…

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The CARES Act Increases Donation Tax Deductibility

The CARES Act that Congress passed in response to the COVID-19 crisis is best known for its Payroll Protection Program SBA loans and other measures of cash relief.  Getting less attention are the provisions that increase the tax-deductibility of donations…

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The CARES Act May Help Your Nonprofit Retain Its Staff

On Friday, March 27, 2020, Congress approved the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.  This is the third phase of a sweeping relief package Congress has passed in its efforts to mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19.

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