Tax Exempt Status


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Angrie.woman

I found a bunch of stuff in the file, so I asked an aquiantance of mine
about it:


Your non-profit status doesn't actually expire, in that you have to
re-apply. The letter informing you of your tax exempt status from the IRS
carries an expiration date as it were, called an "Advance Ruling Ending
Date".
Indeed it does!

The "advance ruling" based on the application you sent in is
temporary in nature to a degree. The IRS should have sent you Form 8734,
Support Schedule for Advance Ruling Period. You need to complete that and
send it back in. All that does is further define you as either a public
charity, private foundation, etc, which impacts your ability to get
donations, grants, etc, but you'd still be a non-profit.
So we just to fill out an 8734 - we can do that! We're not expired,
because we have 90 days after 12/31/06 to do it.
If you haven't done that yet, or don't know if it's been done, or needs to
be done, call the IRS.
Thanks so much Paul!!!
 
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Angrie.woman

OOPS! Wrong place!


Angrie.woman said:
I found a bunch of stuff in the file, so I asked an aquiantance of mine
about it:




Indeed it does!



So we just to fill out an 8734 - we can do that! We're not expired,
because we have 90 days after 12/31/06 to do it.

Thanks so much Paul!!!
 

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