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A Different Kind of Philanthropy

How IRC Section 501(c)(4) organizations can help clients meet their goals.

Your client, Sally Smith, seeks your counsel about the disposition of her privately held company. She would like to leave a philanthropic legacy other than the conventional gifts to her community-based charities and alma maters. Rather dismayed with “big philanthropy,” she would like to be able to agitate for “structural change” through participation in the political process. She’s content to let the charitable donee find a buyer of her business. Fortunately for Sally, the U.S. Supreme Court

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