New rules mean nonprofit hospitals can guard less information
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 21, 2007
The IRS has unveiled sweeping changes to the forms that all nonprofits must file detailing their finances, operations and community benefits. The reporting overhaul is a way of bringing more transparency and accountability to the nonprofit world. The changes affect more than 6,000 tax-exempt organizations that operate in southwestern Pennsylvania, the largest being the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
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