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Ex-Congresswoman Gets 5 Years For Charity Scam

December 5, 2017       Mark Hrywna      

A former Florida congresswoman was sentenced to five years in federal prison for her role in a fraud and conspiracy centered around a fake charity.

Predicting Donors’ Actions Via Behavioral Science

December 5, 2017       Jacklyn P. Boice      

“Make up your mind.” How many times have you heard that expression or said it yourself? The decision-making process is more complex than many realize. As Albert Einstein once said: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”

Final Senate Bill Provides Little For Nonprofits

December 4, 2017       Andy Segedin      

The United States Senate wheeled and dealed Friday night into Saturday morning, voting 51-49 in favor of the most sweeping piece of tax reform in over 30 years. When nonprofit leaders woke up Saturday morning, if they had in fact even gone to bed, few liked what they saw.

Deal Struck In Donor-Advised Fund Scam

December 1, 2017       Andy Segedin      

This story has been updated to include a quote from FJC.

2018 Forecast: A Look At What’s Ahead

December 1, 2017       THE NONPROFIT TIMES