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2017-02-17 Nonprofit Law - Charities vs Cooperatives:

You are very welcome!    A booster organization may act to facilitate collection of fees that the school might otherwise collect directly from families. Generally they do a lot of fundraising, but that

2017-02-17 Nonprofit Law - Charities vs Cooperatives:

From what you wrote, the families are not required to work for the club or to pay anything other than what is passed through to the baseball team. My summary of IRS regulations relating to 501(c)(3) booster

2017-02-17 Nonprofit Law - Scholarship - endowment management:

" as a previous CEO for a community foundation, I know our board was told by auditors to keep scholarship & endowment dollars separate". That is good advice and good for accounting, but it is not based

2017-02-16 Nonprofit Law - Scholarship - endowment management:

There are not any IRS regulations relating to 501(c)(3) public charities and placement of funds as to endowment funds or otherwise and those are the types of organizations that you appear to be referring

2017-02-16 Residential Property Management - Landlord sold our rental property/ dog clean up etiquette:

In short, yes you should should probably say something if you're concerned about security deposit deductions. If the landlord is reasonable and easy to work with, then hopefully you can work out an arrangement

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