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UBIT: What Associations Need to Know

Although trade and professional associations are granted a general exemption from federal income tax by the Internal Revenue Code (Code) – for income from activities that are substantially related to the purposes for which the association’s tax-exempt status was recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – they nevertheless are potentially taxable for income derivedRead more ›

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How to Write an Association Mission Statement

Mission Statements are often overlooked or ignored. But, if an association is operating without one, or paying no attention to what’s already in place, they’re making a critical error. A Mission Statement is what ensures an organization stays on its intended course. Is it time to reevaluate and update yours? Is your Board asking forRead more ›

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3 Innovative Membership Models for a Smarter Membership

It looks like memberships are being put to the test as of late. According to GrowthZone’s 2018 Associations Trends Survey Report, 54% of surveyed associations reported either no change or decrease of overall membership growth within their association. Similarly, 48% reported the same decrease or lack of change when it comes to new membership growth. It seemsRead more ›

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Mary Jane Morrow, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington, named 2018 Philanthropic CFO of the Year

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jamie Herring Phone: (240) 235-0271 Email: jherring@columbiabooks.com Bethesda, Md. – Mary Jane Morrow is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington where she brings more than 40 years of auditing and accounting experience. A graduate of Wheaton College, she holds a Masters of Business Administration fromRead more ›

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