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IRS Pages from May 2015 4935-4936

IRS Pages from May 2015 4935-4936

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Uh, oh. Those anonymous donors the IRS broadening scrutiny tax-exempt organizations those exempt
under 501(c)(4), (S) and (6):
Perhaps sparked the significant media coverage large contvibutions politically-minded 501(c)(4)
social welfare organizations, the IRS nppears have begun actively pursue the gift tax
contributions 50l(c)(4)s.
Individual contributors and 50l(c)(4)s may wish carefully the possible tax implications
contributions, and seek the advice counsel. There be. altematiye giving structures available
avoid gift tax liability, and both contributors and 501(c)(4)s need cognizant the issues. 501(c)(4)s
may face secondary liability for unpaid taxes owed their contributors.
Two previous MSK Alertsl discussed the potential for gift tax liability the context contributions
6/9/2011
IRS-JW-220-004965
Two previous MSK Alertsl discussed the potential for gift tax liability the context contributions
501(c)(4) organizations involved political campaign activities, but keep mind that gift tax assessments
are not limitcd contributions politically active 50l(c)(4)s.
The 201 Workplan the IRS Exempt Organizations indicates that [i]n recent years, our
cxamination program has concentrated section 501(c)(3) organizations. Beginning 201 are
increasing our focus section 501(c)(4), (5) and (6) organizations.
The Chamber Commerce 501(c)(6) organization, andsmay find itself under high scrutiny. One can only hope.
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6/9/201
IRS 220 004966