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State Attorney General Regulation Of Charitable Hybrid Forms: To Be Or Not To Be Charitable

Tyler, John

One of the most significant challenges for state officials responsible for regulating charities in their state is how to approach their duties with regard to the growing trend of hybrid enterprises and business forms. More specifically, there are questions about whether these new forms are more like charitable trusts and should be treated as such, if they are more like profit- oriented tax paying enterprises and should be so treated, or if they are something so new and different that they require some combination of the two or wholly original approaches.

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