Does a nonprofit organization that has never filed for tax exemption at the federal or state levels have to provide its tax returns to the public upon request? If so, what is the legal citation/authority for this? Would they file something other than a Form 990, like a typical for-profit corporate tax return that is not public?
October 16-November 15, 2012
October 16, 2012 to November 15, 2012
“Spendthrift” clause protecting against creditors is ineffective against claims against settlor-beneficiary
Loss came from pre-existing obligation, not from wrongful act, says Court
Government’s request for $44 million in funding for community service projects is rejected
As charities anticipate billions of dollars passing between generations, many are beginning to consider planned giving programs. Here are some basics.
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