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What will tax reform mean for your organization?

As Congress moves a significant overhaul of the federal tax code, education and non-profit leaders need to be asking serious, detailed questions of their elected officials -- Senators and members of the U.S. House of Representatives -- about intended and unintended impact on the non-profit sector:

Will revisions to the federal tax code encourage or discourage charitable donations?

Will the overhaul have any adverse effect on non-profit endowments?

Will these changes lessen or heighten the legal and accounting burden on non-profits?

What impact will this overhaul have on non-profit governance?

Will undergraduate and graduate students -- and the faculty who teach them -- be helped or harmed?

Ask now, while changes are still possible!

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