IRS Publishes List of Organizations with Revoked Tax-Exempt Status
By Patti Cullen, CAE
The IRS has started publishing a list of organizations that have had their federal tax-exempt status automatically revoked for failing to file an annual information return (990s) or notice with the IRS for three consecutive years. The Automatic Revocation of Exemption List (Auto-Revocation List) is available in Adobe format and Excel format, and divided into separate lists by jurisdiction. The Auto-Revocation List provides the name, employer identification number (EIN), organization (subsection) code, last known address, effective date of revocation, and date on which the name was posted on IRS.gov.
There are 5,100 Minnesota organizations on the list. Organizations on the list will likely need to do a full application for tax exemption to have it reinstated. At first glance we did not notice any members listed; however, you may be doing business with organizations in your community on this list, and it will be important to note that they are no longer tax-exempt. See the IRS’s information about this list, and the list itself.
Patti Cullen, CAE
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