Posts from March 2012.

Many individuals and business entities create charitable organizations to serve the needs of a specific group of persons or a specific community with a need for a type of service. Most charitable organizations undertake the arduous task of applying for tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service in order to be exempt from paying corporate income taxes and to solicit charitable donations from public and private patrons. In June of 2011, the IRS revoked the tax-exempt status of approximately 275,000 organizations because these organizations failed to file the required ...

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