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Do nonprofits (in Nevada) need to pay sales tax on fundraising items? Andy knows! What if we know a corporate funder gave a much larger amount to another nonprofit? Should we ask about that? Stacey has an opinion! And finally, what trends do we think we’ll see for the nonprofit sector in 2021?
- Do we need to pay sales tax on fundraising items (in Nevada)? – 0:00
- Should we ask a corporate funder to give more? We know they gave much more to another organization! – 6:16
- Nonprofit trends for 2021? – 13:34
Today’s episode is sponsored by the HR Collaborative. The HR Collaborative was formed to help build nonprofit strengths through improved human resources. It provides professional development opportunities, networking and sharing of best practices on HR issues faced by nonprofit organizations. The Collaborative meets bi-monthly. Membership is free and open to anyone who works for a nonprofit and has HR responsibilities. For more information or to attend an upcoming meeting, visit their website at www.hrcollaborativelv.org.
Mentioned this week:
The Alliance for Nevada Nonprofits
Nonprofit Sales Tax Statute: NRS 372.326