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Independent Sector has released an analysis of the potential impact of five distinct federal policy ideas meant to increase charitable giving. 

Many tax-exempts will be paying taxes for the very first time this year because of provisions in the 2017 federal tax law. That law imposes tax liabilities on charities, houses of worship, and other nonprofits to generate new revenue and offset tax cuts for for-profit corporations and individuals. In this article, David L Thompson of the National Council of Nonprofits outlines notable new taxes and what groups are saying about them.

Nonprofit leaders gathered for a discussion with House Finance Chair, Representative Mary Jane Wallner, on March 18, as part of the Nonprofit Capitol Exchange series.

The federal government recently activated its online System for Award Management (SAM), implementing a new process for grant applicants designed to reduce duplicative grant compliance efforts. SAM includes a centralized repository where nonprofits can submit common certifications once during the SAM registration or renewal process in lieu of providing them with each grant application.

Nonprofit leaders gathered for a discussion with House Speaker Steve Shurtleff on February 5 as part of the Nonprofit Capitol Exchange series.

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