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Tax-Exempt Status Denied

Posted May 21, 2018

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Tax-exempt status was denied. A nonprofit corporation was set up to “deliver quality management consulting services to medical providers and advance government programs through patient safety initiatives.” It was denied tax-exempt status by the IRS and the U.S. Tax Court. The entity wanted to provide low-income housing, “uplifting services for the elderly and veterans” and internal auditing services. The court ruled that it wasn’t eligible for tax-exempt status because it wouldn’t serve the public interest and would solely benefit its founder. (TC Memo 2018-57)





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