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Nonprofit status revocation list

Last month, the IRS released the names of over 275,000 organizations that have lost their nonprofit status by virtue of not filing the appropriate annual tax returns. Almost half of these organizations have been defunct for years, but there are undoubtedly a few that are not. Once nonprofit status is revoked, any contributions made to the organization are no longer tax deductible (though contributions made in the past remain deductible). The IRS has also announced steps for organizations to follow should they appear on this list.  The list is provided by state and can be sorted by city or town. Take a look! If you see an organization that you think should not be on the list, help them out and let them know about what they can do– many of those on the list were apparently included by mistake.

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