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New Trump Tax Plan Caps Charitable Deductions
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump unveiled a revised tax reform plan last week that limits the deductions taxpayers may take, including the deduction for charitable contributions. “We are surprised and disappointed that Mr. Trump caps the charitable deduction in his most recent tax reform proposal,” -Sandra Swirski
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5 Ideas For Smart Analytics
In the fundraising universe, people have different opinions about analytics. Analytics can be used ineptly or sloppily, leading to results that are far from beneficial. Alexander Oftelie, a nonprofit subject matter expert for the Business Analytics Group at IBM, suggests that there are five ways by which nonprofit managers can avoid mistakes using analytics.
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Discounting For Long-Term Revenue Gains
Not many people can resist a real bargain. That’s why offering discounted memberships to boost your headcount, while initially costly, generally will result in long-term value, according to managers at AARP. AARP, which has 38 million members, had great success when using Yield Management concepts.
Overtime Administrative And Professional Exemptions
Various ways of categorizing employees can lead to confusion about whether employees are entitled to overtime (OT) pay when their job tasks are performed beyond standard office hours. Melanie Lockwood Herman, executive director of the Nonprofit Management Risk Center, noted recently that in December of 2016 a new set of regulations will be issued as part of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).