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Training and Services for agencies working toward social and economic justice
A nonprofit organization is a corporation
which obtains tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service
to promote its mission for public benefit.
They can collect more money than they spend,
but the excess is not "profit" which benefits owners or investors.
It must be used to further the organization's mission.
Charities are only one of the 57 types of nonprofits recognized by the IRS.
Pennsylvania Can Solve the UPMC Charity Status Dispute
What the Pittsburgh Media Won't Tell You
Patricia A. O'Malley
Social Policy & Programs Consulting ~ Community Matters
P.O. Box 97803 ~ Pittsburgh, PA 15227 ~ 412-310-4886 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nonprofit Organizations: Myths and Facts
"Nonprofit" Does Not Mean "No Money"
Nonprofit Organizations Should be Tax Exempt
We Can't Afford to Tax Them.
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Once Again, Journalists Didn't Do Their Research.