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Thousands of Charities May Not Be Meeting IRS Requirements

Every year tens of thousands of charities and non-profit organizations apply to the IRS for tax-exempt status. Charities with less than $250,000 in total assets and less than $50,000 in donations in each of the past three years are eligible to file the "streamlined application", known as Form 1023-EZ. Although the IRS approves 94 percent of these applications, many of these charities may not be fully compliant with IRS requirements.

Tax Issues and Nonprofit Organizations

Charities, foundations and other nonprofit organizations play a crucial role at all levels of society with the overarching goal of serving the public good. While this mission is admirable, the fact remains that nonprofits must comply with a number of tax regulations in order to keep their tax-exempt status. The IRS and state tax agencies expend substantial resources in order to ensure that nonprofit organizations are enriching the public, and not enriching themselves.

IRS Priorities for Nonprofit Audits in Fiscal Year 2017

Every tax-exempt and nonprofit organization must place a high priority on complying with applicable federal and state tax laws. The IRS devotes substantial resources examining nonprofits to ensure tax compliance. The IRS recently released its Tax Exempt and Government Entities Work Plan for Fiscal Year (FY) 2017. In this document, the IRS discussed its priorities for FY 2017.

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