The IRS increased estimates of unrelated business income for 90 percent of the institutions, totaling an additional $90 million in income, while disallowing over $170 million in claimed unrelated business losses.
A recent Washington Post – ABC News poll suggests that most Americans think the ban on gays in scouting should be lifted altogether, reflecting rapidly shifting public opinion on gay rights issues overall.
PBS is making the sequester more accessible through its regular coverage. Nonprofit Quarterly supplements their efforts with other sources beginning to report on sequestration’s real-life, human impact.
Howard Husock says that preventing future calamities like the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh should be addressed by improving government, rather than corporate manufacturers. We say he’s half-right.
Although they showed a surplus last year and their revenue has increased quite significantly, leadership instability, continued demerits from audits and problems in meeting publicized goals have added to the troubles of this controversial organization.
Nonprofit Quarterly continues its coverage of the Sanford Health/Fairview Health Services merger attempt, investigating the potentially improper linkage between Sanford and the entity that bears his name.