More than 275,000 nonprofits lost exempt status in July of 2010. Since that time, the IRS has continued to revoke the exempt status of nonprofits that fail to file a 990N, 990EZ or 990 for three consecutive years. Consequences for having exempt status revoked are severe – the nonprofit loses its §501(c)(3) status, no longer […]
Archive for July, 2012
Friday fun – How many of the songs can you identify?
Matt Harding is “dancing badly around the world.” (His words, not mine). He quit his job, started traveling, and picked up the idea to dance on camera. He’s even been paid for his efforts. I’ve followed Matt for several years; his adventures show the interaction of the human spirit across nations, cultures, and languages. Matt […]
“It’s the most important part of the contract every citizen has with this country. And even though these contracts – the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights! – even though they’re just pieces of paper with signatures on them… they’re the only contracts we have that are most definitely not subject… to renegotiation” — Peter […]
Execupundit is the blog of Michael Wade, a consultant located in Arizona. His posts are thoughtful and cover a wide range of social topics. I particularly related to his post “What Consultants Learn.” Word to the wise – if you are hired to help someone with a problem or project, take this to heart. It […]