Month: May 2014

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CFLL: Building an endowment is an investment

The State Journal-Register When Catherine Walters stepped into the role of executive director of the Prairie Center Against Sexual Assault in 2002, she was met with an unpleasant surprise. “Unbeknownst to my board and to me, there was a $30,000 loan coming due one month after I was hired,” Walters said. “We had to really […]

Schock Authors Bill to Permanently Extend Charitable Giving Provision

H.R. 4619 Amends Tax Code to Foster Certainty for Charities, Giving Opportunities for Taxpayers May 15, 2014 Washington, D.C. — Congressman Aaron Schock (IL-18) has introduced legislation to create certainty for taxpayers and the charitable organizations that depend on tax-free distributions from individual retirement accounts (IRA) as a component of their annual fundraising efforts. Numerous […]

Rural Wealth Makes a Quiet Exit

Please click here to read an excellent story on the “Dakotafire” website.