New Jersey Pushes Back against IRS Rollback of Donor Disclosure Requirements for Nonprofit Organizations

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On July 9, 2019, Cindy Lewin, Janice Ryan, and Rachel Provencher published "New Jersey Pushes Back against IRS Rollback of Donor Disclosure Requirements for Nonprofit Organizations" in GuideStar Blog. The following is an excerpt:

The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has announced that certain nonprofit organizations must disclose donors who have contributed $5,000 or more in a tax year, as part of annual reports due to the state. Although styled as "charitable" registration requirements, the law also applies to social welfare organizations that are no longer required to provide donor information to the IRS.