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Nonprofit Tax Consulting

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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  • Public Inspection  – Exempt Organization Tax Records 

    Tax-exempt organizations must allow timely public inspection of their last three annual information returns and their exemption application or risk steep penalties. Many nonprofits are caught off guard when they receive their first request. Below is a summary of what must be provided and when and what may be withheld.

  • Tax-Exempt Political Organizations

    Generally, organizations which are exempt from taxation are listed in § 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code (“I.R.C.”). Instead, political organizations are governed under I.R.C. § 527. 501(c) organizations are exempt from income tax for various public policy reasons, such as helping to improve lives, strengthening communities and the economy, and lightening the burdens of government. To incentivize social good, the government subsidizes 501(c) organizations by eliminating their tax burden. Conversely, political organizations organized under § 527 do not provide charitable services or improve social welfare. Rather, their sole function is to influence the election of candidates for public office.

  • Who Investigates Non-Profit Organizations?

    So who investigates non-profit organizations? Unlike for-profit organizations where the management is the responsibility of the owners of the corporation, the responsibility to investigate, audit, and exercise complete oversight of nonprofit organizations lies with the IRS and State government. The state government grants the nonprofit status of an organization and ensures that the nonprofit organization … Who Investigates Non-Profit Organizations? Read More »