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BRUCE R. HOPKINS is the country's leading authority on tax-exempt organizations and a senior partner with the law firm Polsinelli Shughart. He is the author of more than twenty-eight books, all published by Wiley, including The Law of Tax-Exempt Organizations, Tenth Edition, and the newsletter Bruce R. Hopkins' Nonprofit Counsel.
PART ONE STARTING A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
Chapter One: What Is a Nonprofit Organization?
Chapter Two: Starting a Nonprofit Organization
Chapter Three: Debunking Some Myths and Misperceptions
PART TWO BEING NONPROFIT, LEGALLY
Chapter Four: Nonprofit Organizations: Much More than Charity
Chapter Five: Nonprofits and Private Benefit
Chapter Six: From Nonprofit to Tax-Exempt
Chapter Seven: Charities: Public or Private?
Chapter Eight: Governance: Board Duties and Liabilities
Chapter Nine: Braving Annual Reporting
Chapter Ten: Tax Exemption: Not a Paperwork Exemption
Chapter Eleven: Charitable Giving Rules
Chapter Twelve: Government Regulation of Fundraising
PART THREE TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS CAN BE TAXABLE, AND SO CAN THEIR MANAGERS
Chapter Thirteen: Related or Unrelated?
Chapter Fourteen: Lobbying Constraints—And Taxes
Chapter Fifteen: Political Campaign Activities—And More Taxes
Chapter Sixteen: Donor-Advised Funds, Tax-Shelters Insurance Schemes—And Still More Taxes
PART FOUR HELPFUL HINTS AND SUCCESSFUL TECHNIQUES
Chapter Seventeen: Subsidiaries: For-Profit and Nonprofit
Chapter Eighteen: Joint Venturing and Other Partnering
Chapter Nineteen: Wonderful World of Planned Giving
Chapter Twenty: Putting Ideas into Action
PART FIVE SIDESTEPPING TRAPS
Chapter Twenty-One: Watchdogs on the Prowl
Chapter Twenty-Two: Potpourri of Policies and Procedures
Chapter Twenty-Three: Commerciality, Competition, Commensurateness
Chapter Twenty-Four: IRS Audits of Nonprofit Organizations
Chapter Twenty-Five: Avoiding Personal Liability
PART SIX CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PERSPECTIVE
Chapter Twenty-Six: Nonprofit Organizations and the Constitution