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IRS To Redact Social Security Numbers from Exempt Organization Applications

It is never a good idea to put the personal social security number of an individual on any sort of document, unless it is specifically required by law. Even then, you should consider whether an organizational tax identification number can be substituted in its place. Such is the case when filing an application for exemption […]

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Exempt Organizations & Your Employment Taxes

Tax-exempt organizations, including churches and faith-based charities, have important responsibilities as employers while operating and managing their activities. Generally, most organizations will choose to make use of one of the several payroll services, such as ADP or Paychex, to have their payroll prepaid and the taxes collected and deposited with the U.S. Treasury. However, whether […]

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IRS Proposes Nonprofits Collect Social Security Numbers of their Donors

The IRS is proposing new requirements for nonprofits to collect the Social Security numbers of their donors. Currently, nonprofits send donors a form verifying their contributions, which they use for tax purposes. However, the IRS is proposing changes that would require these nonprofits to collect their donors’ SSN’s and to provide this information directly to […]

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