Monday, May 13, 2013

10th Amendment foundation
An organization based in Southwest Virginia and East Tennessee say they believe they are targets of the IRS in their attempt to obtain a 501c or non-profit status. The Tenth Amendment Foundation member Struther Smith says his group applied for status when he received a call from agents requesting information that is not necessary to process an application… Q: audio 10th amendment foundation “Within about two or three days of the time we filed for a tax number, we were contacted by the IRS. They wanted to know the names of every single one of our donors, and the telephone number and addresses, and I would not give that to them. Number one, it was unconstitutional for them to ask for it, and number two I really didn’t think it was fair to our members to disclose their names to bureaucrats.” Smith says the failure to give the group non-profit status cost the organization around 50-thousand dollars…Smith says if they names of the agents can be obtained he may ask the board to consider a lawsuit. (CC)

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