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Sixteen Rye Non-Profits at Risk of Losing Tax Exempt Status

The tax man is coming… According to a notice on the IRS web site sixteen Rye based non-profits are at risk of losing their tax exempt status for failing to file certain paperwork. The groups are:

ABS FOUNDATION INC                                                   
AMERICAN LEGION 559 CARLE-ANDERSON           
AMERICAN LEGION OF WESTCHESTER COUNTY                                
CHARLES E MCDONNELL FOUNDATION INC                                   
FRIENDS OF RYE COMMUNITY TELEVISION INC                              
GISELA HERZL FOUNDATION INC                                          
HIBARI FOUNDATION                                                    
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS L2029 RYE                               
JOLIKA FOUNDATION                                                    
M I T CLUB OF WESTCHESTER INC                                        
NEW CONN ORTHODONTIC STUDY GROUP INC                                 
NEW YORK ORGANIZATION OF NURSE EXECUTIVES-NORMET/HUDSON REGION       
NORTH MANURSING WILD LIFE SANCTUARY INC                              
RICHARD H & CYNTHIA A THOMPSON FOUNDATION                            
RYE EDUCATION FUND INC                                               
RYE GIRLS SPORTS INC  

Do you know these groups and if they are currently functioning in Rye? Leave a comment below.

The notice on the IRS web site says in part:

List of Organizations At Risk of Automatic Revocation of Tax-Exempt Status

"Tax-exempt organizations that do not satisfy annual filing requirements for three consecutive years automatically lose their tax-exempt status. The IRS is providing one-time relief for such organizations that have filing due dates on or after May 17 and before October 15, 2010. The list includes organizations for which the IRS does not have a record of a required annual filing for 2007 and 2008, and whose 2009 return, due on or after May 17 and before October 15, 2010, has not yet been received."

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