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November 26, 2010
How the Congressional Elections Will Affect Nonprofits
The Chronicle of Philanthropy has featured an interview, recorded on an audio file, of Emily Lam, a tax accountant in Washington, and Perry Wasserman, managing director of the lobbying firm 501(c) Strategies. They discuss various nonprofit legal issues, including the estate tax, direct incentives for charitable giving, and oversight of nonprofit hospitals, and how they are impacted by the recent congressional elections.
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Emily Lam recently left the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Tax Policy to return to Skadden, Arps. She is a tax lawyer, not a tax accountant. I find it surprising and a bit disturbing that the Chronicle of Philanthropy does not accurately describe its own guests.
Posted by: Ellen Aprill | Nov 30, 2010 11:16:36 AM