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Benjamin Takis
Feb 22, 2021

As the financial pressures on nonprofit organizations mount and many employees continue to work remotely from home, nonprofits are increasingly examining their options for getting out of their current office leases. This issue is particularly problematic for nonprofits whose current office leases are set to expire a year or more from now. A careful assessment of your organization’s legal rights and options is critical to navigate this issue effectively.

Joan M. Renner, CPA, CGMA
Jan 26, 2021

Political candidates can be good for your nonprofit.  They raise the profile of your events, increase public interest in your activities, and prove to be good friends once in office.  Why would a nonprofit avoid benefits like these?

Well, charities who participate in partisan political activity risk losing their exempt status.  While nonprofit leaders know this, it’s not always easy to see when subtle changes in the environment, or changes in how activities are conducted, threaten to make non-political activities look like election activities without warning.

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