The IRS announced that it has revoked the tax-exempt status for approximately 21,000 Texas tax-exempt organizations. The revocations are the result of these entities failing to file paperwork required under the Internal Revenue Code. The IRS makes these announcements as a service to the public so that potential donors are aware that these entities are no longer eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.
This list of Texas non-profits that had their tax-exempt status revoked is broken down into two parts below:
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