Earned Income Strategies (Part 4 of 5): Unrelated Business Activity (A Cost to Make a Difference)

Besides conducting related business activity and earning income through passive strategies, nonprofits can simply earn income through unrelated business activity. Unrelated business activity is exactly what it sounds like: activity a nonprofit conducts that has nothing to do with its charitable purposes. More accurately unrelated business income is  income generated from activity that is: A trade or business (the IRS defines any activity designed to raise income from the sale of goods or performance of services as a trade or business); Regularly carried on (isolated sales or even sporadic activity may not be considered “regularly carried on”); and Not......


Newman’s Own Law
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March 4, 2020

Newman’s Own Law

Fun Fact: Did you know that one of the largest food product distributors in the world is also owned by a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization? The Newman’s Own Foundation (a...

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