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“Political Non-Profits”- An Oxymoron?- The IRS Investigates

There’s been screaming recently from some Tea Party organizations and other groups that have or want 501(c) (4) status, regarding IRS inquiries about their activities. The designation under the tax code of 501(c)(4) indicates that they are supposed to be non-profit organizations primarily involved in supporting social welfare, though some politicking is permitted. Instead, many [...]
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50 Political Groups granted Tax-free Status

Business & Finance / Taxes : IRS Tax Problem Solver Blog (2 years ago)

The IRS revealed that 50 politically-inclined groups out of about 200 that applied in 2010 and 2011 have been granted tax-free status. These 501 (c) 4 organizations include some “Tea Party” groups. Some Tea Party groups had to fill ... Read Post

More on IRS, Tea Party Groups, and § 501(c)(4) Tax-Exempt Status

Business & Finance / Taxes : TaxProf Blog (2 years ago)

Following up on my previous posts (links below) on the IRS's alleged harassment of Tea Party Groups applying for tax-exempt status under § 501(c)(4): InstaPundit, Landmark Legal Foundation Asks IRS Inspector General to Investigate T... Read Post

IRS Grants 501(c)(4) Tax-Exempt Status to Ohio Tea Party Group

Business & Finance / Taxes : TaxProf Blog (2 years ago)

Dayton Daily News: IRS Rules Tea Party Group Is Tax-Exempt: The IRS has ruled that a Tea Party affiliated organization in Ohio is exempt from federal taxes, concluding that the Ohio Liberty Council is a non-profit organization. In a... Read Post


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