How to be charitable
The New Republic, June 8, 2009
Harold Pollack, a public health policy researcher at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, says nonprofit hospitals should be very nervous about the status of the approximately $6 billion in annual tax benefits they get each year. As Congress looks for a way to pay for healthcare reform, nonprofits need to be prepared to detail the extent of their charity care.
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