Is Your 501(c) (3) Organization Participating in Political Activities?

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With the 2012 presidential election upon us, now is a good time to review the rules regarding political activities by charitable organization. Because the consequences to violators can be severe, including possible revocation of exempt status, knowing the rules will ensure that charitable organizations do not jeopardize their exempt status. Is Your 501(c) (3) Organization Participating in Political Activities?

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