Tag Archives: Tax exemption

Visit IRS.gov this Summer for Tax Help

Courtesy of the Internal Revenue Service Get answers to tax questions, download federal tax forms or publications or check on a charity at the IRS website – IRS.gov. The site offers free online tax support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Here are six reasons to visit IRS.gov this summer.

Employers Need to Act Soon to Get Expanded Credit for Hiring Vets

Courtesy of the Internal Revenue Service Employers that hired unemployed veterans during late 2011 and early 2012 had an expanded period to request the required certification for claiming the expanded Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC). That expanded period ends on Tuesday, June 19. The IRS is reminding employers that for eligible veterans hired on or […]

The Basics: Why is there a NonProfit Tax Status?

The intricacies of nonprofit finance: solicitations, donations, gifts, pledges, 990, 1099, annuities, acknowledgements, meaningful budgets and reports make this topic rich with possibilities. You’re panting, now aren’t you?

275,000 Organizations No Longer Tax Exempt

Courtesy of IRS: IRS Identifies Organizations that Have Lost Tax-Exempt Status; Announces Special Steps to Help Revoked Organizations WASHINGTON –– The Internal Revenue Service today announced that approximately 275,000 organizations under the law have automatically lost their tax-exempt status because they did not file legally required annual reports for three consecutive years. The IRS believes […]

Ham Radio Filing

Today TaxMama hears from William in the TaxQuips Forum with this question. “We are part of a social organization (Ham Radio Club) which is not required to apply for formal tax exempt status because its annual gross receipts are less than $5,000. Must we file the annual form 990-N?” http://taxmama.wpengine.com/forum/taxquips/form-990-n-filing/  

IRS Reminds Small Tax-Exempt Organizations to File e-Postcards

IR-2009-49, May 6, 2009 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded many small tax-exempt organizations to file their annual electronic informational return with the IRS by the May 15 deadline. This is the second year of the new requirement for tax-exempt organizations whose gross annual receipts are normally $25,000 or less to file Form […]

Gifting Your Children

Today TaxMama hears from Pat in Florida who’s quite generous. “Can you explain the$10,000 gift tax exemption to me? I want to gift my children.” Dear Pat, Well, your children are certainly fortunate to have a mother like you. Interested in adopting me? First of all, the $10,000 gift tax exemption is $12,000 this year. […]