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Not Every Charitable Donation is Tax Deductible

It’s the end of January and that means Tax Day is creeping closer. You tend to hear a lot about what sort activities are tax deductible. You may deduct charitable contributions of money or property made to qualified organizations if you itemize your deductions. And, you’ll certainly want to be aware for substantiation purposes what contributions are indeed deductible. But, in… Read more »

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5 Resolution Ideas for Nonprofit Pros

The talk around New Year’s resolutions tends to focus on personal goals. Be it getting in better shape, traveling more, reading more, going to bed at a regular time every night, eat less chocolate…the list goes on. But, frankly most of those great January 1st intentions fall by the wayside around Valentine’s Day (and for… Read more »

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25 Days of Giving: Last Minute Year-End Fundraising Tips

For better or worse, for most nonprofits in the U.S., end-of-year giving comprises a significant portion of the charitable donation pie. In fact, between October and December nonprofits receive half of all annual donations! Yes, you read that right. The last quarter of the year accounts for donations equal to those raised the other nine… Read more »