Wednesday, June 13, 2012

NY Threatens to Strike 1,649 Deliquent Charities from State Rolls

Attorny_General_Eric_T_SchneidermanThe NY Post reports that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is planning to send letters this week to 1,649 charities threatening them with cancellation of their registrations with the state unless they submit late reports within 20 days.  If the AG cancels their registrations, the charities will no longer be legally eligible to raise funds in the state from either private or government sources.  The New York registration and reporting requirements are enforced by New York's Charities Bureau, housed in the AG's office.

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