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‘Non-Charitable’ Nonprofit Hospital Ordered to Start Paying Property Taxes

Bloomberg Tax | January 7, 2022
By: Jared R. Johnson and William D. Kennedy

In many U.S. cities, large, nonprofit hospitals, health centers, universities, and colleges—"meds and eds"—pay little, if any, property taxes. That could be changing. Partners Bill Kennedy and Jared Johnson warn that litigation is now challenging their nonprofit nature in an article published by Bloomberg Tax.

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