Tax on Nonprofit Transportation Benefits set to be Repealed

June 20, 2019 We’re not out of the woods yet, but the National Council of Nonprofits was a leading voice in the effort to repeal the tax on nonprofit transportation benefits. READ MORE....

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Montana Lawmakers Plan Tax Policy Review

May 29, 2019 via Montana Public Radio Montana lawmakers will take a comprehensive look at state and local tax policy over the next two years. Legislators say a changing economy and increasing population...

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Could providing parking to your employees cause you to pay unrelated business income tax?

March 19, 2019 Guest Blog written by Meghan Bronec, Senior Manager, at Wipfli CPAs & Consultants Have you considered the impact of the new tax law on your organization? The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act...

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Nonprofits Respond to IRS Notice on Transportation Tax

February 20, 2019 Guest Blog by David Thompson from National Council of Nonprofits This morning, the National Council of Nonprofits submitted comments in response to proposed guidance on calculating the...

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Another Federal Government Shutdown Is Looming

February 6, 2019 Take Seven Minutes to Protect the Public and Build Stronger Nonprofits The 35-day federal government shutdown caused widespread disruptions in the lives of millions of people. Fortunately,...

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KGEZ 600 AM Interviews, Executive Director, Liz Moore

January 11, 2019 Executive Director of MNA, Liz Moore, was recently interviewed by KGEZ 600 AM's Good Morning Show. Liz highlighted the value of the nonprofit sector in Montana and invited nonprofit...

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Nonprofit Day at the Capitol

January 4, 2019 Be seen and heard as a community with many missions, one voice. The 2019 Legislative Session convenes on Monday, January 7th. The primary policy agenda for MNA throughout the session is...

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2019 Montana Legislative Leadership is Set

November 15, 2018 Montana Democrats and Republicans from both chambers caucused in Helena on November 14  and decided on leadership for the upcoming session. ​Leadership for the 69th Legislative Session...

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Making Sense of the Midterms from the Nonprofit Perspective

November 12, 2018 The dust has settled, and it’s safe to say no one in Montana is entirely happy with the midterm election results, and no one is entirely unhappy either. So how do we make sense of the...

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MNA Weighs in on IRS Proposed Changes to Tax Credit Regulations

November 8, 2018 MNA’s public comment on IRS proposed changes to tax credit regulations recently gained notice for recommending credits related to an endowment be exempted from the new rules. The...

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2018 Midterm Election Summary

November 8, 2018 As of 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 7, most but not all Montana voting precincts have returned results. We offer the following overview, understanding some results might change. Total...

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Director’s Column: Candidates at the Conference and More

October 25, 2018 No matter how the upcoming election comes out, nonprofits will have our work cut out for us in 2019. In addition to a host of issues at the federal level, we will be working with the...

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MNA’s Public Policy Council Submits Comment on Proposed Montana Endowment Tax Credit Rule Change

October 10, 2018 October 10, 2018 Internal Revenue Service CC:PA:LPD:PR (REG-112176-18) Room 5203 P.O. Box 7604 Ben Franklin station Washington, DC 20044 Re: Notice of Proposed Rulemaking/Contributions in...

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A Ruling in Favor of Campaign Finance Transparency

September 25, 2018 Transparency in campaign finance took a step forward when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to intervene in a longstanding case centered on disclosure of donors to political campaigns. While...

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In case you think the threat to the Johnson Amendment has gone away, it hasn’t.

September 6, 2018 If anything, the noise is building. In a closed door meeting on August 27, the President reportedly spent a considerable amount of time discussing the Johnson Amendment; so did a recent...

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