Nonprofit’s connection to founder’s business questioned

The Times questions Richard Berman’s nonprofit organizations and business interests in this article this morning.

Specialists in tax law say that Mr. Berman has taken the tactic a step further because his organizations barely exist separate from his firm. In many years, payments by the nonprofits to the firm for services that include staff work, accounting, copying and rent represent more than half of the nonprofits’ revenues, and they do not have independent offices or staff.

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