Tweets of the Week – December 17, 2010

End of the year approaching and predictions, trends, and reflections abound.  Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

Six Year-End Tweets:

Tweets of the Week:

  • GTak: Nonprofit’s political ad may have violated tax law – some lessons here for 501(c)(3) orgs involved in advocacy
  • GregLColvin: Via @nprnews: Group Behind Election Ads Weighs In On Tax Deal | (shifts to lobbying to keep 501c4 exemption)
  • nonprofitatty: Chronicle of Philanthropy column on how nonprofit boards may effectively review executive directors & set compensation
  • bunriedel: Nonprofit Conversation: Want to Avoid Fraud? Look to Your Board 
  • GTak: "How To – " lists for Boards from @NonProfitTimes
  • npmaven: Avoiding squandered board seats. What #nonprofits can do. Your thoughts, experiences?
  • FCWashington: Some great resources for 501c3 #nonprofit orgs from #DC Bar Pro Bono on management & legal issues:
  • lawforchange: "Donor" & "Volunteer Bill of Rights": any impact? Share your thoughts!
  • PatrickSternal: From @ncrp's keeping a close eye…: Are the IRS and Treasury on the Verge of a Massive Giveaway?…
  • GTak: "Tis the Season to Be Stupid" – The financial mistakes people make when giving to charities—and how to avoid them
  • nonprofitlawyer: RT @PBPartnership End of yr donations coming in – what does the law require a tax-exempt org do to acknowledge them?

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