When applying for tax exempt status, an applicant can speed the process by including the correct fee, verifying that each required page is complete and describing the organization's activities in detail, according to the... More »

Applying for tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service requires several steps, including filling out the correct form for the appropriate section of the tax code, according to BizFilings. Usually, organizations... More »

Some tips for filling out a tax exempt form include detailing organizational activities, specifying data on each pertinent tax form, attaching required schedules, and submitting applicable by-laws. The IRS states that it... More »

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