A 501(c)(3) organization is presumed to be a private foundation unless it qualifies as a public charity. As discussed in a previous post and on our short YouTube clip, public charity classification is generally far more advantageous due to the burdensome rules and restrictions applicable to private foundations. Most 501(c)(3) organizations qualify as public charities under Section […]
Public Support Tests – Public Charities
You'll find a discussion of the general advantages of classification as a public charity rather than a private foundation in a January 1, 2005 post. This post will discuss how charitable organizations receive recognition as a public charity under IRC Section 509(a)(1). Background: All 501(c)(3) organizations are categorized as private foundations unless they fall into […]
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