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When Giving to Your Alma Mater: All Donations May Soon Not Be Treated Equally

For several months now, we have been following Congress’ efforts to address the rising costs of higher education and its recent focus on endowments

Congressman Tom Reed's Vision for Students and What It Means for Higher Education

In October, we recapped how the Senate Committee of Finance and House Ways and Means Committee had decided to renew their focus on the rising cost of higher

The Evolving Unified Registration Statement

Compliance with laws relating to charitable solicitation or fundraising has always been a difficult and laborious process. In fact, as of November 2016,

Are You Leaving Tax Savings From Your College Education on the Table? The Treasury Department Thinks So

The rising cost of higher education has been on the minds of American families for a number of years and has even sparked recent Congressional investigations.

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The Sharing Economy: It's Mine But You Can Have Some

Have you ever caught an Uber or Lyft to a business meeting? Or, maybe you booked your last vacation through Airbnb? How about renting an outfit from Rent

Planned Community Developers Score Significant Court of Appeals Win

Planned community developers scored a significant win in August when the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld a U.S. Tax Court decision

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