No matter how cynical you get, you can never keep up.”
The chant is getting louder: “Tax the nonprofits! Tax the nonprofits. It’s the answer to all our problems. They get away with everything.”
Every day I’m reading of another jurisdiction looking to tax nonprofits–all or some–from Honolulu seeking to rescind the property tax exemption of nonprofits to Pittsburgh wanting to not only rescind the property tax but put a tax on tuition paid to its numerous colleges and universities; from Kansas seeking to add Read more
Locally, the news is out: thanks to Chris Hepp, a The Philadelphia Inquirer reporter, news of our recent economic impact survey of Delaware Valley nonprofits hit the streets this week. From Philadelphia Mayor Nutter’s office to an astute board president to folks just wanting to know more, it’s getting attention. I just hope it isn’t too late!
Why would I say such a thing? Because I am worried. One of the most troublesome outcomes of our survey is the revelation that the Read more