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3 Ways Nonprofit Organizations Can Build Social Capital

By Cleo Dan on March 10, 2016 at 11:19 AM

In a democratic society, citizens have the freedom to organize and form social networks, movements, and cause-oriented groups. 

Social capital refers to the collective importance of relationships among individuals, and the beneficial effect of these social networks on the greater good. It’s not strictly a general assessment about how friendly a group of people can be -- social capital is important.

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Why Public Charities Should Take the 501(h) Election [Part 2]

By Abby Curcio on March 2, 2016 at 11:00 AM

While the process of taking the 501(h) election might seem confusing, it is actually quite simple. Nonprofits elect to be covered by the newer regulations simply by filling out Form 5768 and sending it to the IRS.

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