Resources

The New Partnership Tax Audit Regime: 20 Takeaways

March 2016 - Tax Section of the North Carolina Bar Association - by Galina P. Petrova

Getting Public Charity Status Right Before It Goes Wrong

September/October 2015 - Taxation of Exempts Journal - by Edward T. Chaney

State Corporate Income Tax: A Stance on the Sales Factor

October 2015 - Tax Section of the North Carolina Bar Association - by Galina P. Petrova

Pro Bono Project To Assist Victims of the North Carolina Eugenics Program

December 2014 - Elder Law and Special Needs Law - by Dori J. Wiggen - Gray Matters, the official publication of the Elder & Special Needs Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association

Philanthropy and Social Enterprise Impact on Non-Profit Funding

November 4, 2014 - Tax-Exempt Organizations - Ed Chaney interviewed on WCOM 103.5 FM’s Focus on Business

Two Pitfalls of Leveraging Developer Influence: Transfer Fee Covenants and Tying Arrangements

October 29, 2014 - Real Estate - by William B. Aycock II

Taxonomy of Private Foundation Grantees

August 1, 2014 - Tax-Exempt Organizations - by Edward T. Chaney

What Does Portability of the Estate and Gift Tax Exemption Mean for You?

June 2014 - Trusts and Estates

The New NC Limited Liability Company Act

January 1, 2014 - Business - by Stacey A. Brady

Veterans Benefits

Elder Law

Guardianships

Elder Law

Special Needs Planning

Special Needs Law

Medicaid

Elder Law

Friends of Residents in Long Term Care

Elder Law - Friends of Residents in Long Term Care is a nonprofit citizen advocacy organization for residents in North Carolina’s long term care facilities and their families.

Disability Rights North Carolina

Special Needs Law - Disability Rights North Carolina (DRNC) is a private, tax-exempt, non-profit corporation that offers legal representation to children and adults with mental illness and developmental disabilities.


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