Tax law and policy: A shifting landscape for not-for-profits

September 16, 2015

Ground is shifting under local, state and federal tax exemption policy and practice prompted by excesses, abuses and, simply, in the case of property tax exemptions, by the inequitable impact on municipalities that provide costly services that are, essentially, free for the tax-exempt (but paid for by taxpayers). (Linda Stamato, Guest Columnist), September 15

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