Dates: Tuesday May 21 9pm
On Tuesday May 21, we will feature ” The Internal Reckless Service.” Who are they? We will give you an in debt look at the Internal revenue Service, how they determine who is a non profit and procedure. We will also give you an in debt look at the number of left leaning 501 c3 and c4 and explain the difference between a c3, c4 and 527. Our guest is State Coordinator and host of his own show, Mark Falzon. Click our radio station here to listen at 9pm tuesday May 21. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/youth-for-independence/2013/05/22/the-irs-internal-reckless-service
What Constitutes a Non Profit? Here is a list of the IRS classification codes for 501’s c1’s to c29’s
- 501(c)(1) — Corporations Organized Under Act of Congress (including Federal Credit Unions)
- 501(c)(2) — Title Holding Corporation for Exempt Organization
- 501(c)(3) — Religious, Educational, Charitable, Scientific, Literary, Testing for Public Safety, to Foster National or International Amateur Sports Competition, or Prevention of Cruelty to Children or Animals Organizations
- 501(c)(4) — Civic Leagues, Social Welfare Organizations, and Local Associations of Employees
- 501(c)(5) — Labor, Agricultural, and Horticultural Organizations
- 501(c)(6) — Business Leagues, Chambers of Commerce, Real Estate Boards, etc.
- 501(c)(7) — Social and Recreational Clubs
- 501(c)(8) — Fraternal Beneficiary Societies and Associations
- 501(c)(9) — Voluntary Employee Beneficiary Associations
- 501(c)(10) — Domestic Fraternal Societies and Associations
- 501(c)(11) — Teachers’ Retirement Fund Associations
- 501(c)(12) — Benevolent Life Insurance Associations, Mutual Ditch or Irrigation Companies, Mutual or Cooperative Telephone Companies, etc.
- 501(c)(13) — Cemetery Companies
- 501(c)(14) — State-Chartered Credit Unions, Mutual Reserve Funds
- 501(c)(15) — Mutual Insurance Companies or Associations
- 501(c)(16) — Cooperative Organizations to Finance Crop Operations
- 501(c)(17) — Supplemental Unemployment Benefit Trusts
- 501(c)(18) — Employee Funded Pension Trust (created before June 25, 1959)
- 501(c)(19) — Post or Organization of Past or Present Members of the Armed Forces
- 501(c)(20) — Group Legal Services Plan Organizations
- 501(c)(21) — Black lung Benefit Trusts
- 501(c)(22) — Withdrawal Liability Payment Fund
- 501(c)(23) — Veterans Organization (created before 1880)
- 501(c)(24) — Section 4049 ERISA Trusts
- 501(c)(25) — Title Holding Corporations or Trusts with Multiple Parents
- 501(c)(26) — State-Sponsored Organization Providing Health Coverage for High-Risk Individuals
- 501(c)(27) — State-Sponsored Workers’ Compensation Reinsurance Organization
- 501(c)(28) — National Railroad Retirement Investment Trust
- 501(c)(29) — Qualified Nonprofit Health Insurance Issuers (Created in section 1322(h)(1) of the Affordable Care Act)(Wikipedia, 5/21) The CTP is strictly educational. Where does the rest of the teaparty fall? How come the IRS is taking so long to approve their applications?
For most non profits, the average turnaround time is 2 to12 months depending on the volume of applications it receives. Sometimes it takes more-or less depending on information needed. How come it is taking the IRS three years to look at the application of Teaparty and related groups?
Between 2010, while the teaparty was kept on hold, here is a list of dozens of liberal groups that had their tax exempt status approved. These groups have the words like “Progress, “Empowerement,” “Change.” The list includes
- • Bus for Progress, a New Jersey non-profit that uses a red, white and blue bus to “drive the progressive change.” According to its website, its mission includes “support (for) progressive politicians with the courage to serve the people’s interests and make tough choices.” It got an IRS approval as a social welfare group in April 2011.
- • Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment says it fights against corporate welfare and for increasing the minimum wage. “It would be fair to say we’re on the progressive end of the spectrum,” said executive director Jeff Ordower. He said the group got tax-exempt status in September 2011 in just nine months after “a pretty simple, straightforward process.”• Progress Florida, granted tax-exempt status in January 2011, is lobbying the Florida Legislature to expand Medicaid under a provision of the Affordable Care Act, one of President Obama’s signature accomplishments. The group did not return phone calls. “We’re busy fighting to build a more progressive Florida and cannot take your call right now,” the group’s voice mail said.(USA TODAY http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2013/05/14/irs-tea-party-progressive-groups/2158831/) Staff 5/20/13