N.C. sales tax reform could have major impact on nonprofits

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Curt Hazelbaker

Eric Hoyle

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Posted: Monday, June 10, 2013 3:33 pm

The cost of going to a Winston-Salem symphony performance, attending summer camp or getting a personal fitness trainer would go up if the state Senate’s version of sales tax reform is approved.

The N.C. Center for Nonprofits, which represents 1,600 charitable agencies, cited Monday the potential effect on nonprofits overall, saying it could reduce state revenue by as much as $3 billion by the end of fiscal 2016-17.

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