Internal Revenue Service

Heksher Tzedek OK With Esrog Racketeering?

Thursday, October 15th, 2009 Are Heksher Tzedek rabbis, are the Uri L’Tzedek ethical preachers, any better than the Rubashkins of Agriprocessors? Not when it come to Sukkot. When it’s Sukkos time, just days after Yom Kippur, ethics be damned.  

Giving and Getting

06/25/1999
Staff Writer
Grandparents can now donate to UJA-Federation and in return the charity will help fund their grandchild's college education. A recent change in Internal Revenue Service regulations has created a "flip unitrust," which unlike other trusts providing donors with immediate income for the rest of their lives, allows donors to defer income from their gifts.

Clergy Civil Disobedience on IRS Political Rules

Monday, September 8th, 2008 Groups on the Christian right have long opposed Internal Revenue Service regulations barring pulpit endorsements of political candidates by pastors or overtly partisan activities at their churches. This week the Alliance Defense Fund called for a day of pastoral civil disobedience on September 28.  And the guessing is it won’t be Barack Obama who gets endorsed from the pulpits.
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