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Charity Navigator: Learn More About Results Reporting Part II

This is the second post in a three-part blog series developed from Charity Navigator President Ken Berger’s presentation, Charity Navigator: Learn More About Results Reporting. The colloquial tone of the post is due to the fact that this is a slightly edited transcript.

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The Importance of Nonprofit Leaders

By Managing Partner Jackie Oneto

JackieGelman, Rosenberg & Freedman was founded a little over 30 years ago under the philosophy that it was important to give back to the community. The founding partners felt that nonprofits were extremely vital in our community and our economy, and they really supported the missions of these organizations.

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Charity Navigator: Learn More About Results Reporting Part I

This is the first post in a three-part blog series developed from Charity Navigator President Ken Berger’s presentation, Charity Navigator: Learn More About Results Reporting. The colloquial tone of the post is due to the fact that this is a slightly edited transcript.

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Federal Estate and Gift Tax: Part II

This is the seventh post in a new blog series developed from Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2013 Year-End Tax Planning Seminar, which was presented by our Director of Tax and Business Valuations Walter Deyhle. We will run this blog series through Tax Day 2014. You may also watch the presentation video or download the presentation slides. Read the previous post from this series here. The colloquial tone of the post is due to the fact that this is a slightly edited transcript.

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Federal Estate and Gift Tax

This is the sixth post in a new blog series developed from Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2013 Year-End Tax Planning Seminar, which was presented by our Director of Tax and Business Valuations Walter Deyhle. We will run this blog series through Tax Day 2014. You may also watch the presentation video or download the presentation slides. Read the previous post from this series here. The colloquial tone of the post is due to the fact that this is a slightly edited transcript.

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Roth IRA Conversions

This is the fifth post in a new blog series developed from Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2013 Year-End Tax Planning Seminar, which was presented by our Director of Tax and Business Valuations Walter Deyhle. We will run this blog series through Tax Day 2014. You may also watch the presentation video or download the presentation slides. Read the previous post from this series here. The colloquial tone of the post is due to the fact that this is a slightly edited transcript.

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Tax on Net Investment Income: Part II

This is the fourth post in a new blog series developed from Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2013 Year-End Tax Planning Seminar, presented by our Director of Tax and Business Valuations Walter Deyhle. We will run this blog series through Tax Day 2014. You may also watch the presentation video or download the presentation slides. Read the previous post from this series here. The colloquial tone of the post is due to the fact that this is a slightly edited transcript.

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Tax on Net Investment Income: Part I

This is the third post in a new blog series developed from Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2013 Year-End Tax Planning Seminar, which was presented by our Director of Tax and Business Valuations Walter Deyhle. We will run this blog series through Tax Day 2014. You may also watch the presentation video or download the presentation slides. Read the previous post from this series here. The colloquial tone of the post is due to the fact that this is a slightly edited transcript.

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Capital Gains Rate

This is the second post in a new blog series developed from Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s 2013 Year-End Tax Planning Seminar, presented by our Director of Tax and Business Valuations Walter Deyhle. We will run this blog series through Tax Day 2014. You may also watch the presentation video or download the presentation slides. Read the previous post from this series here. The colloquial tone of the post is due to the fact that this is a slightly edited transcript.

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Get Volunteering Right: Part II

This two-part blog series was originally published as an article in the Virginia Society of CPAs’ Disclosures January/February 2014 issue. Read part I of this series here and learn more at www.vscpa.com.

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Adnan Bokhari |  Chief Financial Officer
The Corporation for Enterprise Development