Association executives continue to stay optimistic for their associations, with a growing trend for those who are very optimistic, according to the new research by McKinley Advisors. The TRENDS 2013 Association PULSE reports found optimism was much lower, and both reports found the government shutdown affected associations.
U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp this week released "The Tax Reform Act of 2014," a sweeping federal tax reform package that, among other things, addresses a number of rules and laws applicable to tax-exempt organizations, and could impose significant new tax liabilities on nonprofits.
If nonprofit communication professionals had their way, print would be a big loser in 2014, according to the just released report Nonprofit Communications Trends 2014, produced by NonprofitMarketingGuide.com. The report also found that goals vary between large and small nonprofits.