Social Entrepreneurship and Business Strategies

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Nonprofit organizations are facing difficult times in this economy attracting the funds to carry out their planned activities and mission. Looking to alternative sources of revenue streams, many nonprofits are looking at social enterprise or other activities to help meet their operating budgets. Understanding the somewhat technical and complex world of "unrelated business income" and potentially resultant tax consequences is crucial. This article provides a general outline of those issues.

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