January 28, 2020

What does the IRS have to do with Self-Directed Learning, and why am I writing about tax deductible donations on the blog page for the International Society for Self-Directed learning?

Let’s start with Self-Directed Learning (SDL). If you are a frequent visitor to this site, then you know the value of SDL in business, education, medicine, and society in general. You know the value employers place on self-directed learners. And you know the International Society for Self-Directed Learning (ISDSL) is a leader in promoting SDL in institutions and individuals.

Why is this important to me? Years ago, while leading a small non-profit organization serving underserved children, I realized I didn’t know enough about the accounting and tax reporting process to be as effective as I could be. Self-direction skills helped me to learn how to form a non-profit organization and obtain tax-exempt status from the IRS. As is a typical of self-directed learners, I did research, sought out experts, and took...

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