Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Evaluation and Accreditation of Nonprofits

While I’m generally not in favor of more bureaucracy and its corresponding red tape, the days of the IRS approving 99.5 percent of all applications from entities seeking favorable nonprofits tax status should end.

Holiday Marketing for Small Business

Holiday marketing is just one of many small business marketing challenges.

Life After Closing

Just because you have been approved for a loan does not mean that your responsibilities to the lender have ended.

With Growth of Charity Should Come Greater Scrutiny

While there is huge support for our nation’s charities, there is very little awareness among the general public as to the economic clout, enormous growth of the philanthropic sector, or the process by which charities are granted and maintain their privileged IRS nonprofit status.

Whistleblowers, National Politics, and New Jersey

President Trump's behavior would be in violation of New Jersey's famously strong law protecting whistleblowers.

How a Newspaper Helped Fuel an Educational Movement

We had a good idea that was significantly improving the lives of the handful of teens at Princeton Learning Cooperative, we just needed more people to know about it.

The Perfect Company: The Perils of Prediction

Economically, the idea that predictive ability is the crucial mark of intelligence makes sense. If you had perfect predictive abilities you would reap unending economic rewards.

The Perfect Company: Could Uber Go Under?

That threat — and the reason that Uber is valued at $54 billion — is the idea that Uber will one day control the world’s transportation systems. But what exactly is Uber building?

Energy Efficiency Is Crucial for New Jersey’s Future

States are like light bulbs: Some use energy efficiently … and others not so much.

A Huge Victory for Preserved Land in NJ and Beyond

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Penn­East’s claim that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission can delegate its authority to condemn state lands to a private company.

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Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus