Tax Exempt Qualifications, Compliance and Planning
Satisfying Internal Revenue Service requirements for tax exempt status is critical for non-profits, and we offer counseling on best practices designed to avoid audits. We represent you aggressively if you are denied exempt status, or had your status revoked. Our staff routinely prepares and files Form 1023 and 1024 applications for tax-exempt status for public charities and private foundations. Most of our clients are exempt under 501(c)3 as private foundations or public charities, under (c)4 as social welfare organizations, under (c)6 as business leagues and trade associations, or under (c)7 as social clubs.
Co-counsel in federal lawsuit seeking redress against the IRS and individual defendants for unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination against non-profit educational and advocacy groups.
Representing a large, international aircraft parts manufacturer in complex property tax dispute.
Representing one of the world's largest religious organizations in an unprecedented sales and use tax case.
- September 30, 2015
- Atlanta, Ga., March 23, 2017
- "What is a §501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Organization and Its Limitations," 2016 Atlanta Bar Association March Madness Pro Bono EventAtlanta, Ga., March 22, 2016