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Q 1. Types of Tax-Exempt Organizations
a. What types of organizations can qualify as tax-exempt? Are there any differences from a tax perspective?
. What are the differences between private foundations & public charities? Examples?
c. What are feeder organizations? How are they treated for tax purposes? Examples?
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Some Topic ideas
Nonprofit vs. tax-exempt
Often used interchangeably but they mean different things. Non-profit (state-level, qualify for benefits such as exemption from local and state taxes) tax-exempt (federal designation granted by IRS)
B. Private Foundations vs Public charities
C. Feeder organizations
Any type of nonprofit can qualify: charitable, religious, education, literature, science, public safety, many sports-related, child welfare, animal welfare, business leagues, fraternal organizations, social clubs (also from https:
IRS Link for types of Tax-exempt Organizations:
Other topic ideas:
Restrictions to certain types of tax-exempt organizations
Types of business activities that do and don’t qualify
Types of organizations that may change business activities and no longer qualify for exemption
Other issues that may cause an organization not to qualify