October 1, 2004
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Quick Tips for Tax-exempt Organizations: Political Campaign Activity
The Internal Revenue Code restricts the political campaign activities of all tax-exempt organizations. This guide is a quick reference to common election-year situations and their potential impact on an organization’s tax-exempt status. Please note that this guide does not discuss special restrictions on private foundation activities. In addition to tax-exempt issues discussed in this guide, state and federal election laws regulate political activities. Please consult your advisor before engaging in any political campaign activities.
Permissible Activities by Individuals
Permissible Activities by Organizations
The following are also permissible, if conducted to be absolutely neutral with respect to individual candidates or political parties, in both content and context:
Non-501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt Organizations
Please contact any member of our team for additional information regarding tax-exempt organizations:
Jennifer Reedstrom Bishop, Co-Chair
For complimentary copies of this publication, please contact Jennifer Reedstrom Bishop at email@example.com or (612) 632-3060.
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