Small U.S. Charities Encouraged to File Past Due Returns ASAP
Small charities in the U.S. that have missed the May 17 deadline for filing their required tax returns are encouraged to file their immediately, says IRS commissioner in a recent statement. The IRS says it will be providing additional guidance in the near future on how it will help these organizations maintain their important tax-exempt status-even if they missed the May 17 deadline.
For more information see this coverage in The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
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