When Nonprofits Conduct Exempt Activities as Taxable Enterprises Edit Title

Discusses the various pros and cons of a nonprofit getting earned income from a for-profit subsidiary. No. 4 in the Seminar Series, "Emerging Issues in Philanthropy", a joint project by the Urban Institute Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy and the Harvard University Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations. 5/1/2001

When Nonprofits Conduct Exempt Activities as Taxable Enterprises

When a nonprofit engages in business activities unrelated to its nonprofit purposes, taxability is usually not a question of choice; various laws and regulations require that the organization pay taxes on this income and, typically, on sales and property.

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