In this week's This Week at the Council, you'll read about: Impact Investing Policy Report Released; Call for Conference Ideas; WATCH: Tax Reform - Charting the Future of Philanthropy; Vote in the 2014 Council Awards Program
In this issue of Washington Snapshot: Senate Tax Reform Hearings; Lost Lois Lerner E-mails; Social Impact Bond Act Introduced in House; NOTICE Act Introduced in Senate; Political Activity Rules Could be Expanded, Commissioner Says; 2013 Giving USA Numbers
In this week's issue of Washington Snapshot, you'll read about: Community Foundation Survey; Implications of Cantor Loss; Impact of McCutcheon on Grantmaking; Future Challenges and Opportunities for Community Foundations; 2014 Annual Conference
In this issue of Washington Snapshot: Community Foundation Survey; Council Annual Conference & Public Policy Pre-Conference; Senate Finance Hearings on Tax Reform; Donor Advised Fund Supporters Oppose Payout Proposal; Michigan Charity Gambling Regulat
In this week's Washington Snapshot, you'll find: Last Chance: Public Policy Preconference; Ways and Means Passes Charitable Tax Extenders; California Fundraising Law Advances; Online Guide to Missouri and Illinois Charities; Concern Over Future
In this week's This Week at the Council, you'll find: Join the Sector's Leading Voices at Philanthropy Exchange, 2013 Grantmaker Salary and Benefits Report: Coming Soon, House Committee Passes Key Tax Bills, USDA Joins HUD for Secretaries
Today, the House Ways and Means Committee met to markup several important bills focused on the charitable sector. One bill would make the charitable “tax extenders”—including the IRA charitable rollover—permanent law.
In this week's This Week at the Council, you'll find: An Invitation from Vikki Spruill to Philanthropy Exchange; Rep.
In this week's Washington Snapshot, you'll find: Last Chance: Public Policy Preconference; Congressman Paulsen Introduces Bill to Simplify Private Foundation Excise Tax; IRA Charitable Rollover Permanence Bill - Markup Likely Next Week Talks Co
Arlington, VA - On May 20th, Congressman Erik Paulsen (R-MN-3) introduced H.R. 4691, a bill that would simplify the private foundation excise tax to a flat rate of 1 percent—a position the Council has long supported.