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Release Date: 01.12.2018 | Location: All Metro Atlanta | Organization: Friday Blog Spotlight - Presented by Atlanta Daybook

Atlanta Daybook Blog Spotlight - What Tax Reform Means for Charity

This week Atlanta Daybook highlights a blog post from Jimmy LaRose, author, speaker, corporate CEO & nonprofit CEO. Thank you Jimmy!

What Tax Reform Means for Charity: more Money, Money, Money. The recently passed “Tax Cuts & Jobs Act” bill (which I have read in its entirety) is the greatest thing to happen to nonprofits in three decades. Especially for organizations who rely on MONEY to underwrite their programs. Consider the old adage, “there are things in life that are more important than money”, is about as silly as saying “there are things in life that are more important than AIR.” Money, like air, in and of itself is not very impressive, nor does it give life meaning. However, life has very little meaning…IF YOU CAN’T BREATHE. Money is oxygen. Without it, charities asphyxiate, atrophy and fail.

That’s why the recently passed “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” is important for charities who know that capacity-building is the key to financial sustainability. Let me share you with you three reasons why more Money, Money, Money is about to be infused into the charitable sector.

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