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Tax-exempt organizations are unusual in that, regardless of size, they are subject to significant regulation.
Tax-exempt organizations benefit from significant tax benefits. As a result, they are subject to greater regulation that try to ensure those benefits aren’t being exploited. We have extensive experience navigating the tax laws that apply to tax-exempt nonprofits including:
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Tax-exempt organizations are unusual in that, regardless of size, they are subject to significant regulation.
Tax-exempt organizations benefit from significant tax benefits. As a result, they are subject to greater regulation that try to ensure those benefits aren’t being exploited. We have extensive experience navigating the tax laws that apply to tax-exempt nonprofits including:
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Summary of IRS glitch causing erroneous auto-revocation letters to be mailed and how to fix it.

On January 31, 2020, the IRS announced that it has releaseda newonline version of Form 1023, reformatted for electronic filing.

On January 21, 2020, the IRS issued guidance detailing how nonprofits can apply for refunds of the repealed “parking tax.” The retroactive nature of the repeal creates an opportunity for nonprofits that paid the tax to seek refunds.