Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises:
- PatrickSternal: Cat Lady Beats IRS on.wsj.com/lKQQND | reminder why taxpayers should keep records of expenses, and charities must acknowledge gifts
- GTak: One Easy Way to Lose That Charitable Deduction – http://on.wsj.com/mpxyJd (Wall St Journal); nonprofit receipts – http://1.usa.gov/kaWEi0
- DonKramer: Must a nonprofit disclose the names of anonymous donors? bit.ly/ljK9HK
- comminitiatives: Starting a nonprofit? 275,000 lost exempt status for failure to file. 1/3 may be in the zone of insolvency. Make an informed decision.
- joannefritz: What if you change your mission or your nonprofit name? Find out what the legal requirements are http://bit.ly/mceI1q [answered by Emily]
- TechSoup: Looking for advice on using social media for your org? Check out our Nonprofit Social Media Page for Beginners http://bit.ly/tsnpsm101
- GTak: Who has more social impact: business or philanthropy? MT @AcuBlair Economist article comparing 100 years of Carnegie & IBM: econ.st/lybxOO
- nonprofitlawyer: The Promise & Peril of the New Social Economy: the broad landscape of orgs seeking social benefits @robreich bit.ly/jSPMtT
- PatrickSternal: Gingrich Charity Paid Cash To Gingrich For-Profit Business – ABC News abcn.ws/liWZMm
- L3CFounders: [Rhode Island] Gov. Chafee signed L3C legislation into law Wed, 6/8/12. We confirmed it with Rep. Blazejewski who was the sponsor
- npquarterly: Is your employer watching what you say on Facebook? And can you be fired for your updates? http://ow.ly/5jOLg
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