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Do you have an ethical dilemma? Write to The Ethics Coach at ethics@entrepreneur.com.

Q: What's the best way for a small business to solicit donations from suppliers? We have some government contracts and want to avoid any appearance of impropriety--including favoritism or kickbacks--but, for the good of our community, we want to encourage contributions to local charitable initiatives.

The complication of government contracts is reason enough to steer clear

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