“The United States has built the largest nonprofit sector in the world,
due in part to the fact that federal and state governments have offered
favorable tax treatment and charitable giving incentives for a full century,”
writes Tim Delaney—and the “complex battles over whether these tax
laws still make sense in the same way will surely be with us for the next
century.” With this reality in mind, Delaney maps out how tax policy is
made, in order to understand and stay on top of the developments.
by Tim Delaney