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Private Foundations Must Avoid Self-Dealing

Private Foundations Must Avoid Self-Dealing

Private Foundations Must Avoid Self-Dealing

Disqualified persons and foundation managers can be personally liable for excise taxes for certain transactions even where it is clear that the foundation has suffered no loss

Disqualified persons and foundation managers can be personally liable for excise taxes for certain transactions even where it is clear that the foundation has suffered no loss

Private foundations are subject to a number of limitations and restrictions on their operations, but none is more sweeping — or potentially more likely to cause personal liability — than the limitations on “self-dealing” transactions.

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