For-profit strategy for the nonprofit world Joint Ventures Involving Tax-Exempt Organizations provides a detailed examination of the laws, rules, and regulations governing partnerships and joint ventures, with an emphasis on maintaining exempt status. This comprehensive guide has been completely revised and expanded to reflect the most recent legislation, providing readers with a complete, single-volume reference including interpretation and practical guidance. Sample documents allow for easy quick reference, and give readers the opportunity to see how the new laws are applied in real-world scenarios. Readers will learn how careful planning can engage the support of nonprofit and for-profit businesses without threatening an organization's tax-exempt status, and which joint ventures are more likely to produce the desired results for their particular organization. Joint ventures, partnerships, and alliances, long accepted as good business strategy in the for-profit world, are increasingly being adopted by nonprofits seeking creative means of financing in these difficult economic times.
This book is a guide to properly planning and structuring these ventures to the utmost benefit of all entities involved, while maintaining compliance with tax-exemption qualifications. * Review the taxation of charitable organization, partnerships, and joint ventures * Discover which transactions are best suited to which organizations * Learn the different joint venture configurations available to tax-exempt organizations, such as new market tax credit financing * Examine the debt restructuring and asset protection issues that can arise Joint ventures are already working toward the benefit of hospitals, research facilities, universities, charter schools, and low-income housing developments, but careful planning and an appreciation of possible issues are required for successful undertaking. Joint Ventures Involving Tax-Exempt Organizations provides complete information and expert guidance, helping readers acquire the deep understanding critical to these transactions.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 238 g
Dimensions: 254 x 177 x 10 mm
Edition: 4th Revised edition