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  • Nonprofits' property tax breaks under scrutiny

    Nonprofits' property tax breaks under scrutiny
    Local government leaders have complained for years that the property tax exemption enjoyed by large nonprofit organizations such as hospitals deprives counties, municipalities and school districts of critical revenue they could be using to provide services.
  • Whistle-blower cases cost California $89,000, state auditor reports

    A California agency that investigates whistle-blower complaints announced this week that government agencies and employees cost the state more than $89,000 by embezzling money and committing other misdeeds over the course of roughly two years. A new...

    IRS demands Ballmer, other Microsoft leaders testify in corporate tax audit

    SEATTLE The Internal Revenue Service has sued former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer and a slate of other former and current executives, seeking to compel them to testify in an investigation into the company's tax practices. The lawsuits,...

    Judge a charity by impact, not overhead

    To the editor: Dean Karlan is right: When it comes to charities, at the end of the day, it is the results that matter. ("Here's how to determine if that charity is worth your dollars," Op-Ed, Dec. 17) But Karlan's use of a financial overhead calculation...

    Newport News audit: Revenues, expenditures hit $430 million

    NEWPORT NEWS — The city's expenses and revenues both rose last fiscal year, which ended June 30, both hitting about $430 million. Expenses have been rising for the past couple years. In fiscal year 2013, the city spent about $413.7 million. In...