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The Law of Tax-Exempt Healthcare Organizations, 3rd Edition by Bruce R. Hopkins, Thomas K. Hyatt

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CHAPTER THREE

Criticisms of Tax Exemption

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2.1 For example, the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, created by executive order, issued a report on December 1, 2010 (titled “The Moment of Truth”), calling for federal government deficit reduction and tax law simplification; one proposal is repeal of all tax expenditures, including the charitable contribution deductions. Repeal of these deductions may be a high price to pay in pursuit of resolution of government deficits, dramatically reducing the civil aspect of U.S. society.

§ 3.1 CRITICISMS IN GENERAL

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For example, for years 2010–2014, the tax expenditure figure assigned to the charitable contribution deduction overall is $246.1 billion and for gifts to healthcare organizations is $25.3 billion; the tax expenditure for charitable deductions is the sixth largest.

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2010–2014 (JCS-3-10).

§ 3.2 CRITICISMS OF TAX EXEMPTION FOR HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS

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This turmoil has led to ...

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