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Exempt Organization Tax Services

For those with a tax-exempt organization, we’ll make sure you’re compliant.

What Is A Tax-Exempt Organization?

Federal tax law allows some organizations to remain tax exempt if the entity’s purpose is not-for-profit and falls under specific IRS guidelines. For instance, under U.S. Tax Code Section 501(c), an organization can be tax-exempt if its primary activities are, for example, for public safety, charitable, educational or religious. According to the IRS, tax-exempt organizations cannot be organized or operated for the benefit of private interests and cannot be considered “action organizations” that attempt to influence legislation or participate in political campaign activities.
Tax-exempt organizations are entitled to several benefits, including the following:
While these benefits might be incredibly appealing to a taxpayer, tax-exempt organizations are required to follow strict guidelines outlined by the IRS in order to maintain their tax-exempt status.

Forming A Tax-Exempt Organization

Organizations who are already tax-exempt, or are considering applying for tax-exempt status must take several things into account:

Tax-Exempt Organizations And The IRS

The IRS is currently reviewing tax-exempt organizations that the agency feels might be abusing the tax system. Based on a Congressional mandate, the IRS created the Exempt Organizations Division within the Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division in order to increase agency oversight of these organizations. The agency is on the lookout for tax-exempt organizations that are involved with abusive tax avoidance transactions, abusive credit counseling agencies and organizational strategies that allow for excessive compensation

We’ll Keep You Compliant And Defend You Against IRS Scrutiny

alliantNational’s team of experts helps with:
“The planning, structuring and review involved with tax-exempt organizations is certainly challenging, and the scrutiny the IRS places on these entities makes compliance that much more important. Our group of professionals knows from experience how tax-exempt organizations need to handle themselves so the IRS doesn’t come knocking.”

- Eric Hylton

Former IRS Commissioner
of the SB/SE Division