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May 21-28, 2019
A prospective donor wants to donate a family farm to us for placement in a donor advised fund at our small community foundation.  The donor realizes that an appraisal of the property would normally be required to support the fair market value of the charitable gift.  However, the donor has identified an interested buyer who is willing to pay $1.5 million for it. He knows not to sign any sale documents until after the gift takes place.  Does he still need an appraisal if the property is sold shortly after the gift is made or does the sale price determine the value of the gift for tax purposes... read more

Employment Law

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“Ministerial exception” does not stop ADA claim

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Lead Stories

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Lessons from Litigation

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May 21, 2019

When a foundation was administratively dissolved shortly before the death of a donor, it was...Read more

Federal court dismisses UPMIFA case

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Unincorporated association needs attorney to sue

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Nonprofit can be liable for harassment of patient

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Tax Matters

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May 14, 2019

The IRS has recognized the Internet as a valid means of communication for private schools...Read more

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Court upholds constitutionality of parsonage allowance

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No deduction for gift of house for “deconstruction”

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