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Re: pricing questions: perspective from a publisher

I take the general point, but the specific doesn't follow.  A non-profit
can't write off the HQ or the fancy perks; they are a direct expense.  A
profit concern can deduct those sorts of things in various ways.  What the
NEJM does with its income may be interesting, but I don't think it does it
because of tax status.  --pg


Mulak, Tom wrote:
     Societies have this tremendous advantage of a not-for-profit tax

> status which provides significant savings.  They then use their money for
> all sorts of other perks like magnificent headquarters ....
>           Mary Ann Liebert, president,
>         Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. (www.liebertpub.com)

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