Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 10/30/15

Freedom Tower at twilight in Miami, Florida

I spent the week in beautiful Miami for the Independent Sector Annual Conference. Have a listen to Miami Sound Machine’s Conga or check out Nonprofit Radio (I’ll be on at 10:30 am PT / 1:30 pm ET talking scary nonprofit laws) while perusing  our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • BoardSource: What can we learn from nonprofit scandals? Find out in this #BLF2015 presenter series blog post!  [Ed. This post was written by our own Erin Bradrick who will be speaking at this year’s BoardSource Leadership Forum in a few weeks.]
  • Rick Cohen: What Makes a Charity Tax-Exempt? Issues 4 Government Oversight & Due Diligence @GTak @YourVoiceAtIRS @NatlCouncilNPs Nonprofit Quarterly
  • Stephen Spaulding: IRS Commissioner testifies that new proposed c4 rules, likely to be released early next year, will “clarify – not change – the game.”
  • Greg Colvin: See Nonprofit Law Matters, for impact on #nonprofit groups of #IRS political rules as seen by Bright Lines Project coming sooner than later.
  • Gene: Senate Probes IRS Changes on Tax-Exempt Application Review Accounting Today (10/27)
  • Philanthropy: Role of Donor-Advised Funds Prompts Heated Debate #DAF
  • Phil Buchanan: Just released (today) @CEPData benchmarking report on foundation governance raises 4 Qs for me — new blog post.
  • Wall Street Journal: U.S. won’t prosecute former IRS official Lois Lerner
  • Time: House committee chairman moves to impeach IRS chief John Koskinen
  • Lucy Bernolz: A New Low in Campaign Finance NY Times – anyone at #ISembark going to take up this issue? It’s killing #nonprofits