There are good business reasons why companies, large and small, should participate in charitable giving. Studies have shown that customers have a positive reaction toward a product or company that supports charitable causes. Donations of money, property and inventory and expenses related to …
Some recent and near retirees have managed to squirrel away a nice nest egg and are planning to spend their golden years taking long walks on warm beaches. But, according to AARP, around 20 percent of boomers have almost no retirement savings.
This is the time of year when many of us are taking stock and making decisions about charitable giving. In fact, the average person makes almost 25 percent of annual donations between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, according to Center on Philanthropy. In December, parents are teaching children…
HELENA — The trustees of the Montana Healthcare Foundation met for the first time Wednesday and Thursday to begin figuring out how to build from scratch a $40 million organization meant to improve the quality and availability of health services.
The Wyoming Policy Institute is officially a tax-exempt organization, several weeks after the executive director of the Cheyenne-based organization said she suspected the Internal Revenue Service purposely delayed the classification for 20 months for partisan reasons.
HELENA — After four years spent dumping candidate attack ads on Montana elections and leading high-profile challenges to state campaign laws, a secretive conservative organization looks as if it may simply vanish.
Charity begins at home, but tax breaks can help.