Complying With Anti-Terrorist Financing Rules

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Shortly after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the U.S. government put in place rules barring transactions with persons considered to be terrorists. This includes charitable contributions and encompasses both domestic and international contributions. The rules can find foundations at fault even if they unknowingly engage in an impermissible transaction.

How can your foundation learn about blocking orders applied to U.S. charities and ensure compliance?

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