Tax Exempt Status

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Project Chanology - Activities - Campaign Against Scientology's Tax-exempt Status
... investigate the Church of Scientology's 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status ... United States tax authorities removed the Church of Scientology's tax-exemption status in 1967, stating that the organization's auditing techniques served as a for-profit ... In 1984, the United States Tax Court ruled that the Church of Scientology was guilty of "manufacturing and falsifying records to present to the IRS, burglarizing IRS offices and ...
Amelia Academy - History
... Like many such schools, Amelia Academy had its tax-exempt status suspended by the Internal Revenue Service in the early 1970s due to its racially discriminatory admission policies ... Amelia Academy regained its tax exempt status in 1985 ... and the Isle of Wight Academy would have their tax exemptions revoked ...
Non-profit Organisations - Legal Aspects - United States
... state level, it is customary for the nonprofit organization to seek tax exempt status with respect to its income tax obligations ... ensure the organization meets the conditions to be recognized as a tax exempt organization (such as the purpose, limitations on spending, and internal safeguards for a ... Additionally, a tax-exempt organization must pay federal tax on income that is unrelated to their exempt purpose ...

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