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Tax-Exempt Organizations: Improvements Possible in Public, IRS, & State Oversight of Charities
Tax-Exempt Organizations: Improvements Possible in Public, IRS, & State Oversight of Charities
 
Our Price: $25.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 76
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756731704

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Michael Brostek. Millions of donors annually give hundreds of billions of dollars to charities. While this giving helps meet charitable purposes, congressional & media concerns have arisen about whether some charities spend too much on fundraising & general management & not enough on program services to meet the charitable purposes related to the tax-exempt status. Such concerns have heightened since the outflow of charitable giving after 9/11. This report focuses on the adequacy of: (1) publicly reported Form 990 data on charity spending in facilitating public oversight of charities, (2) IRSís oversight of charities, & (3) IRSís data sharing with state agencies that oversee charities. Includes reviews of studies on charities from 1994-1999. Charts & tables.

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