Charitable Organizations: IRS Oversight and Tax Issues for Congress

Lynda Meyers (Editor)

Series: Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives
BISAC: BUS074000



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IRS oversight of charitable organizations helps to ensure they abide by the purposes that justify their tax exemption and protects the sector from potential abuses and loss of confidence by the donor community. In recent years, reductions in IRS’s budget have raised concerns about the adequacy of IRS oversight. This book describes the charitable organization sector; describes IRS oversight activities; determines how IRS assesses its oversight efforts; and determines how IRS collaborates with state charity regulators and U.S. Attorneys to identify and prosecute organizations suspected of engaging in fraudulent (or other criminal) activity. This book also provides an overview of recent changes affecting tax-exempt and charitable organizations, while also discussing issues that may be of legislative interest in the future. (Imprint: Nova)


Tax-Exempt Organizations: Better Compliance Indicators and Data, and More Collaboration with State Regulators Would Strengthen Oversight of Charitable Organizations
(United States Government Accountability Office)

Tax Issues Relating to Charitable Contributions and Organizations
(Jane G. Gravelle and Molly F. Sherlock)


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