As Americans scrambled to make their year-end charitable contributions, they may have to do so without a key tool for understanding how those charities spend their money: their most recent tax forms.
At one point, churches fretted over losing their tax-exempt status for even unintentional missteps. But the IRS has largely abdicated its enforcement responsibilities as churches have become more brazen.
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The Taxpayer First Act, which passed in 2019, has provisions that clarify and give transparency to a number of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) operations, including some that impact nonprofits.
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