The election of Barack Obama could bring about many changes for nonprofit organizations and the people they serve, The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports.
Among them: Charity leaders can expect President-elect Obama and Congress to push for changes in the federal tax structure that could spur giving and add new regulations for charities and donors, tax experts told The Chronicle.
Also, a number of nonprofit leaders are being floated as possible candidates for spots in Mr. Obama’s Cabinet, according to a posting cited in The Chronicle’s Government and Politics online column.
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