What happens when a tax-exempt agency seems to be skirting tax laws? On its website, the IRS explains the process of filing a complaint when violations of laws or IRS rules are suspected. Agencies that apply for and are granted a tax-exemption can generally operate free of most tax as long as they meet the criteria and operate according to restrictions. The agencies must avoid actions including: lobbying activities; commercial activities unrelated to their exempt purpose; and the use of agency money to benefit private people. If violations are suspected, you can contact the IRS Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division to file a complaint. Here’s more: https://bit.ly/3hmP3HK  Call or visit our website for more information!  www.mjscpa.com/