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by Neill A. Borowski,Gilbert M. Gaul

  • ISBN: 0836280296
  • Category: Money & Business
  • Author: Neill A. Borowski,Gilbert M. Gaul
  • Subcategory: Accounting
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Andrews McMeel Pub (October 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 197 pages
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Gilbert M. Gaul, Neill A. Borowski. Andrews and McMeel, 1993 - 197 sayfa. There are approximately . million tax-exempt, not-for-profit organizations in the United States.

Gilbert M. Examines the dramatic increase in the number of nonprofit organizations in the United States and discusses how the tax exempt status of nonprofits is costing the country billions of dollars every year in lost tax revenue. They include universities, many hospitals, foundations, churches, museums, the National Football. Tam incelemeyi okuyun.

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There are approximately . Gaul and Borowski, both investigative journalists, first wrote this expose as a 27-part series for the Philadelphia Inquirer. They include universities, many hospitals, foundations, churches, museums, the National Football League, and the Motion Picture Academy. They believe that the existence of so many nonprofits has a profoundly negative effect on the national economy and the local tax base. In separate chapters on hospitals, museums, foundations, and universities, they recount how far astray.

Gaul at the 2019 Texas Book Festival He is also the author of three books, including Giant Steps, a chronicle of his son . Free Ride: The Tax-Exempt Economy (with Neill A. Borowski), Andrews and McMeel, 1993, ISBN 978-0-8362-8029-6.

Gaul at the 2019 Texas Book Festival. Gilbert M. Gaul (born May 18, 1951) is an American journalist. He has won two Pulitzer Prizes and been a finalist for three others. He is also the author of three books, including Giant Steps, a chronicle of his son, Cary, who was born with spina bifida. Gaul is married to Cathryn Candy, an art teacher. His older son, Gregory, a Princeton graduate, lives and works in Tennessee. Crisis on the Coast: The Risky Development of America's Shores (with Anthony R. Wood), The Philadelphia Inquirer, 2000.

Gaul, Gilbert M; Borowski, Neill . Based on the series in The Philadelphia Inquirer by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Gilbert M. Gaul and business reporter Neill A. Borowski, a skilled database journalist, this book is a must read for every taxpayer.

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AS an example, why is the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences a tax exempt corporation

AS an example, why is the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences a tax exempt corporation. Hundreds of thousands of scam artists have formed tax exempt corporations, include in the list; non profit hospitals. private colleges and universities.

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Select Format: Paperback. We receive 1 copy every 6 months. ISBN13:9780836280296. Borowski, Free ride: the tax-exempt economy, Andrews and McMeel, 1993, ISBN 978-0-8362-8029-6. Gaul was born in Jersey City and grew up in Kearny, New Jersey. John McPhee, Carol Rigolot, eds.

The National Football League, that bastion of free enterprise and million-dollar quarterbacks, is not what you normally think of when someone says non-profit organization. Or the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences, which puts on the dazzling $6 million Oscars show each spring. But thanks to the largesse of Washington lawmakers, these and 1.2 million other groups qualify as tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations. And you make up for the taxes they don't pay. A major but little-noticed change has taken place in the American economy in the last twenty years: the dramatic growth of nonprofit businesses. These businesses had an estimated $500 billion in revenues in 1990 - nearly six times the income of farms, five times that of utilities, and twice as much as the construction industry - virtually all of it off the tax rolls. This startling analysis exposes some major abuses by tax-exempt organizations - nonprofit hospitals, private colleges and universities, and foundations. Based on the series in The Philadelphia Inquirer by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Gilbert M. Gaul and business reporter Neill A. Borowski, a skilled database journalist, this book is a must read for every taxpayer.

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