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TABOR

Charitable nonprofits across North Carolina are concerned that the Taxpayer Protection Act (also known as TABOR) would harm nonprofits that provide essential services in every community in our state.  If TABOR (S.607) passed as a constitutional amendment, it would likely lead to new taxes, fewer private contributions, and increased burdens on charitable nonprofits.

Income Tax Cap Could Mean Unintended Burdens for Nonprofits

Income Tax Cap Could Mean Unintended Burdens for Nonprofits

Charitable nonprofits across North Carolina are concerned that the proposed constitutional amendment to cap the state’s income tax rate at 5.5% (S.817) could have unintended consequences for nonprofits that provide essential services in every community in our state. If the 5.5% income tax cap passed as a constitutional amendment, it would likely lead to new taxes, fewer private contributions, and increased burdens on charitable nonprofits.

North Carolina Nonprofits Oppose TABOR

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Charitable nonprofits across North Carolina are concerned that the Taxpayer Protection Act(also known as TABOR) would harm nonprofits that provide essential services in every community in our state. If TABOR (S.607) passed as a constitutional amendment, it would likely lead to new taxes, fewer private contributions, and increased burdens on charitable nonprofits.

 

House Passes Bill to Help Small Businesses Give to Nonprofits

The N.C. House of Representatives recently passed a bill recommended by the N.C. Center for Nonprofits. This will make it easier for North Carolina small businesses to give to nonprofits. Currently, North Carolina companies that give generously to nonprofits don’t get full credit for their charitable contributions on their state taxes. The bill (H.B. 886) would make the N.C. corporate tax deduction for the same as the federal deduction. Thanks to Rep. Tim Moffitt (R-Buncombe), Rep.