The Internal Revenue Service today announced that it has released a listing of approximately 275,000 organizations that under the law have automatically lost their tax-exempt status because they have not filed annual reports as legally required for the past three years. If an organization appears on the list of auto-revoked organizations it is because IRS records indicate the organization has a filing requirement and has not filed the required returns or notices for 2007, 2008 and 2009.
The IRS has issued guidance on how organizations can apply for
reinstatement of their tax-exempt status, including retroactive
reinstatement. In addition, the IRS announced transition relief for
certain smaller tax-exempt groups – those with annual gross receipts of
$50,000 or less for 2010 and eligible to file Form 990-N, the
e-Postcard. The relief allows eligible revoked groups to gain
retroactive tax-exempt status and pay a reduced application fee of $100
rather than the typical $400 fee. More information, including FAQs and a Fact Sheet, can be found on the IRS website.
June 09, 2011
June 02, 2011
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