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Participate in the 2018 Grantmaker Salary & Benefits Survey

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04/03/2018
Philanthropy New York is partnering with the Council on Foundations for the annual Grantmakers Salary and Benefits Survey . This survey collects data on compensation and benefits costs among community, private, operating and public foundations. PNY...

Listening for Bits of Truth in DC

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03/22/2018
If you’ve ever spent a day or two pounding the hard terrazzo floors of the U.S. House and Senate office buildings talking with legislators and their staffs, you know that the artifice of political exchange presented in the now classic HBO television...
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Spring Forward

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03/07/2018
I am thrilled to ask you all to save the date for Philanthropy New York’s 39th Annual Meeting on June 4th, 2018 at the Paley Center for Media (1-6 pm). We are in full production mode for this year’s program, “ Democracy, Demographics & Destiny:...
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The Issues We’re Taking to the Hill

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02/21/2018
Last month, I wrote in this column about Philanthropy New York’s 2018 Policy Slate, which outlines the federal, state and local issues and actions that are top priorities for the year. Now, we’re looking toward Foundations on the Hill, the annual...
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Our Policy Priorities for 2018

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01/24/2018
From a policy perspective, last year was a tough one for the nonprofit sector. The GOP tax bill signed by President Trump raised the standard deduction for all Americans, which is likely to decimate the value of the charitable deduction. Experts...
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The House and Senate Tax Bills Are Terrible for Nonprofits and the Communities They Serve

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12/06/2017
There has been considerable media attention to the fact that the tax plan packages proposed by the U.S. House and Senate eliminate or reduce of the deduction for state and local taxes and how bad that will be for states like New York that invest in...

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