Mitchell Discusses Treasury Department’s Loosening of Nonprofit Donor Disclosure Requirements

17 July 2018 The NonProfitTimes News
Partner Cleta Mitchell was quoted in an article in The NonProfitTimes, “IRS Dumps Schedule B for Associations, Other NPOs,” about the Treasury Department’s announcement that it will no longer require certain nonprofit organizations to disclose identifying information about their donors to the Internal Revenue Service.

Mitchell said it was never the intent of Congress to require such disclosure by all nonprofits. “It serves no public policy imperative as the schedule is not public and, by law, confidential,” she said.

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