Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – June 8, 2012

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises:

  • Jed Emerson: From a solid activist: "PhilanTopic: Nonprofits Missing From Big Battles" -
  • Gene: IRS Ruling on Political Nonprofit (SF-based Emerge America) Hints at Bigger Inquiry –;
  • Nonprofit Law News: Proposed [NY] Regulations Limit Executive Compensation and Administrative Costs… | Proskauer
  • Patrick Sternal: Two Recent Tax Court Rulings on Charitable Contribution Deductions That Charities Should Be Aware Of –
  • Nonprofit Times: 4 non-cash gifts that require substantiation – [IRS Form 8283]
  • Sustainable Law Group: Here's a link to view the Chronicle of Philanthropy discussion on preventing fraud in nonprofit orgs
  • Gene: Pablo Eisenberg: U. of Texas Scandal Shows Power of Media to Spotlight Lavish Nonprofit Spending –
  • Social Edge: Where to find information about good governance practices recommended in your state: Law For Change –
  • Emily: Les Wallace describes "The Best Board Meeting I Ever Attended" –
  • C. Garber Siegrist: Important info: Regulating the Duty of Loyalty for Nonprofit Corporations w/ the Intermediate Sanctions Tax Regs –
  • Emily: Giving business to board members is common, but what are the risks? | BoardSource Q&A re COIs:
  • Nonprofit Assistance Fund: Planning your next board mtg? Read this article by Kate Barr "Make Good Use of the Treasurer & Finance Committee" –
  • Emily: New NLRB memo re: social media policies – 6 cases w/ unlawful provisions & 1 case w/ a lawful policy in its entirety –
  • Nonprofit Finance Fund: Is your nonprofit planning a move? There's a guide for that:
  • Jed Emerson: "Nonprofit Law Prof Blog: The Case Against For-Profit Charity" –

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