The CPA Journal Millennium Series - The New Economics of Exempt Organizations - The number of organizations exempt from federal income taxation has grown significantly in recent years. Managers looking for revenue have moved beyond donations, tapping new resources such as sponsorships and affinity programs that may constitute unrelated business taxable income.
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