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On Wednesday, December 20, Congress adopted sweeping tax reform and today, President Trump signed it into law. Most news coverage regarding tax reform has focused on its impact on tax-paying entities. However, the reform will also have a significant impact on exempt organizations. This summary reviews the key areas of the bill affecting 501(c)(3) entities and notes prior proposals that were abandoned in the final bill.

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