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Red Nose Day 2016: Why We Need Charity

Introduction

Today, May 26, 2016, is Red Nose Day 2016. Red Nose Day is an organization whose goal is to fund various children’s charities in the United States and other nations of the world. 666 more words

Unueco Partio

Tax Benefits of Government-Owned Marijuana Stores

By Benjamin Leff

I promise that I think about things other than marijuana, but if you’re following my posts on this blog so far, there is little evidence of that.  901 more words

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About last night ...

“Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what you can do for your country.”  John F. Kennedy

We celebrated Volunteer Income Tax Assistance… 336 more words

Sugin: Rhetoric and Reality in the Tax Law of Charity

Linda Sugin (Fordham) has a new article out  Rhetoric and Reality in the Tax Law of Charity, 84 Fordham L. Rev. 2607 (2016) that looks essential to anyone who is interested conceptually in the place of charity in state law and tax law. 184 more words

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The St. Joseph Orphanage -- 1891

The new Oak Cliff orphanage, ca. 1891 (click for larger image)

by Paula Bosse

The St. Joseph orphanage was built in Oak Cliff in 1891 on 6-8 acres donated to the Catholic Diocese by Thomas Marsalis.  642 more words

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Welcome to The Cacti Counselor

Today, I got the bright idea that I wanted to start a blog. After a little back and forth in my own brain, then bouncing the ideas off some friends and my fiance, I decided that it’s now or never. 376 more words

Church or Family Business? Puerto Rico Wants to Know

By: Sam Brunson

On Friday, Shu-Yi posted an overview of Puerto Rico’s financial problems, and described the centrality of the island’s tax regime to those problems. 889 more words

Tax Policy