NTEENational Taxonomy of Exempt Entities
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Bring the NTEE sheet into the space above the Data Source listing of fields, and Tableau will display a "Join" window.
The National Center for Charitable Statistics developed the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) system for classifying organizations by institutional purpose and major activities.
Registered charitable nonprofits identified in the NTEE broad category of Human Services (including the 8 major groups) numbered at 232,385 in 2013, almost double the number in 1995 (NCCS, 2013).
(14) EXISTNTEE are those nonprofits with the same one-digit NTEE code.
(6.) Other includes all remaining major category groups under the NTEE system, such as those organizations whose missions are related to environment and animals, international and foreign affairs, religious, mutual benefit and membership, and unknown or unclassified.
(15) The National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) was developed by the National Center for Charitable Statistics.
For Tax Year 2010, nonprofit charitable organizations in the NTEE category, "Health," reported the highest shares of assets and revenue, followed by "Education" and "Human Services." Organizations in the "Health" category reported $1.2 trillion in assets and $909.9 billion in revenue, by far the highest portion of financial activity among the nine categories.
The National Taxonomy Exempt Entities (NTEE) defines 10 major categories of charities, but five categories have relatively few organizations in them.
Charitable beneficiaries are categorized into the ten major groups based on their institutional purpose and major programs and activities as defined by the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE).13 Education-oriented charities received the greatest number of distributions of income and principal from SITs overall.
Registered Nonprofit Organizations by Major Purpose or Activity (NTEE Code), 12/1999 and 12/2008.