Re: legal question RE: fundraising
Kirk Barley (kbarley@EROLS.COM)
Tue, 21 May 1996 11:28:59 -0400
Hope I haven't missed the point to this thread by assuming or
Are we talking about state sales tax or the ability receive gifts as a
charitable organization and provide the donor the ability to deduct the
gift from their Federal Income taxes?
MCB Quantico, VA
The Wizard wrote:
> Kathy Cerveny said -> "ALL of BSA has a "tax exempt" number issued as a
> not-for-profit organization."
> I don't think that this is quite correct. Our Scout shop has started charging
> sales tax for personal purchases. If you are making a troop purchase, you mus
> submit a tax exemption form with your Troop's tax exempt number on it. If
> all troops were covered under one blanket tax exempt number then why make each
> troop go through this procedure?
> As I posted before, I believe the troop uses the tax exempt number from its
> chartering organization if it has one. At least that is the way it was
> explained to me!
> Scouter David
> ASM, Troop 108
> Kenmore, NY
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