Paperwork Problems Lead to Tax Problems for Nonprofits


A group of Fordham Law students was mentioned in an article regarding their work to remove nonprofits from New York City’s tax liens sales list and thus save the organizations from the risk of their properties being sold.


Through a mixture of nonprofit oversight and clerical errors, some nonprofits have made their way onto the list of tax lien sales. The result is around 324 nonprofit properties, many of them houses of worship, at risk of being sold.


Fordham Law students and nonprofit administrators are working together to find and remove nonprofits on the New York City Department of Finance’s sales list.


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