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2018 Nonprofit Quarterly (NPQ) contributed articles by Michael Wyland
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Trump Foundation to Be Dissolved, Assets Donated to Charity - December 19, 2018

Rural Hospitals and Medicaid’s Trick Bag - November 1, 2018

Is Your IRS Form 990 Telling the Right Story? And What Can You Do About It? - August 15, 2018 (webinar presented by Michael Wyland)

Darker-than-Dark Money Targeting GOP House Candidates - July 30, 2018

Nonprofit CEO Pay Accelerating at Pre-Recession Speeds: Things to Think About - July 26, 2018

Renewed Attempt to Curtail Johnson Amendment Passes US House - July 20, 2018

Treasury Weakens Donor Disclosure Requirements for Some Nonprofits - July 18, 2018

How Many Nonprofits Are There?: What the IRS’s Nonprofit Automatic Revocation and 1023-EZ Processes Left Behind - July 17, 2018

How Many Nonprofits Are There?: What the IRS’s Nonprofit Automatic Revocation and 1023-EZ Processes Left Behind
30-minute Facebook LIve event from July 17, 2018.  Michael Wyland talks about his article in the Summer 2018 issue of The Nonprofit Quarterly.

Mayo Clinic’s Primary Activity Could Cost It Millions in Taxes - June 22, 2018

One-Third of Universities Hide True Costs from Students - June 15, 2018

Community Engagement in Public Schools and How Not to Do It - June 13, 2018

South Dakota Billionaire’s $100 Million Gift for Harmony  -June 7, 2018

How to Start a Nonprofit Organization - May 30, 2018

Pressure on Healthcare Mounts as Nonprofit Hospital Cash Flows Shrink - April 25, 2018

Oscars Board Member Resigns in Protest - April 23, 2018

Johnson Amendment Unchanged in Federal Spending Bill - March 23, 2018

Papal Foundation’s Troubles Show Religious Nonprofits Have More Than One Authority - March 5, 2018

Donor-Advised Fund Giving Reflects Larger Philanthropy Patterns—Mostly - February 28, 2018

Conservative Veterans Group Denounces Bad Review by BBB - February 22, 2018

IRS Settles Last Nonprofit Targeting Scandal Case - February 9, 2018

Frelinghuysen Latest Addition to Republican-Heavy “Congressional Casualty List”—Why it Matters to Nonprofits - January 31, 2018

A United Way and its Agencies Face Gaps in Funding and Trust - January 29, 2018


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