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The old phrase "a little knowledge is dangerous" comes to mind. There are over 20 (29 I believe) different type of non-profits so if all are the same, why the need for so many? There are many "associations" that are huge, some are small. The PGA is a non-profit but payes taxes on their non-business related income, so it the NBA. If she persists (I've had a professional who was wrong but persistent as well), pull up the 501-c-6 rules from the IRS and asked her for proof. That is what I had to do in the past. I formally ran a 501-c-6 and had a 9 member board for decades (and it still does).

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