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Tax-Deductible Donations: How Do Tax Deductions Work?

March 8, 2019 Media Coverage
American Express’ Trends and Insights blog

Barbara Murphy, a partner in Farella's Exempt Organizations practice, was quoted on how charitable tax deductions work and the various ways a company can benefit.

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Legal Ins and Outs of 'Opportunity Zones' — So Far

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Policy Advocacy and Lobbying by Public Charities and Private Foundations: Do's, Don'ts and Depends

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Women in Cleantech & Sustainability

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CalCPA: Wine Industry Conference

Lauren Gilbreth will present the session "Succession Planning" at the CalCPA - Wine Industry Conference. The ever dynamic wine industry is fraught with complicated tax, labor and accounting issues. Please join us as we...

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Navigating the Opportunity Zone Program

A new economic development tool created to stimulate investment in low-income communities known as “Opportunity Zones” has been attracting attention of investors, developers and business owners alike.  The Opportunity Zone Program emerged as part...

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Unpacking California Solar Taxation: What to Know During Development

Development of solar projects in California has been spurred by California’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS), which requires that 60% of retail electricity sales must be served by renewable resources by 2030 and requires all...

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