Tony and I will be continuing our discussion about Dan Pallotta's viral TED video on Nonprofit Radio today at 10:30 am PT / 1:30 pm ET. That will lead into further discussion about the Overhead Myth movement and the new Oregon law that provides the Attorney General with discretion to disqualify organizations that spend less than 30% of their functional expenses on charitable programs from receiving state income tax deductible contributions.
Listen to Elvis Costello's Radio Radio while perusing this week's tweets:
- Nonprofit Quarterly: Have you been following the overhead debate recently? Here’s a recap of the biggest stories http://ow.ly/mpmEz
- Law Firm for Nonprofits: Supreme Court's DOMA Decision Has Immediate Impact for Nonprofits http://wp.me/p3yhYM-qM
- Wired: IRS examining open-source projects with microscope http://bit.ly/14zPyQA [Ed. Erin provided background on this story.]
- Law for Change: News: IRS Controversy Could Cause Tax-Exempt Processing Slowdown http://law4.ch/18gIy0a
- Gene: Report Outlines Changes for IRS To Ensure Accountability, Chart a Path Forward; Immediate Actions, Next Steps - IRS
- Sustainable Law Group: Here's our take on the Senate Finance Committee recommendations for charitable orgs http://lnkd.in/QPb6Jy
- Nonprofit Times: Volunteers May Sue Nonprofits For Harassment Under Title VII http://bit.ly/11PMOfN
- Debra Beck: Are we making the most of our nonprofit board committees? 10 ways to ensure the answer is yes http://bit.ly/10LLUWx
- Nonprofit Quarterly: Needed: More Lively and Critical Debate in the Nonprofit Sector http://ow.ly/mdzHt
- Gene: Excited to be asked to moderate a program on hybrid models of business at this year's Net Impact Conference.
- Emily: Senators Seek to Know Why Charitable Deductions Matter - Chronicle of Philanthropy