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Annual revenue of less than $50,000 without original non-profit application

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FAQs

What if the IRS had the wrong address?

Unfortunately, the IRS puts the onus on the tax payer to notify them of address changes.

I am a new board member, this is not my fault.

The organization’s current board is responsible for resolving the tax exempt status. It is often priority #1 for new board members.

Why not just do it myself?

This is an option; you can also technically represent yourself in court. However, getting it done right the first time by a professional will save $$$ in the long term, will give you peace of mind, and will get your organization back on its feet sooner.

What happens to my funders?

Once you lose you non-profit status future contributions are not deductible. However, if you are granted retroactive reinstatement, this should not be too much of an issue.