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How does a nonprofit organization, including a nonprofit corporation, become tax-exempt?

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How does a nonprofit organization, including a nonprofit corporation, become tax-exempt?

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Exemption from federal taxes is determined by the IRS. IRS Publication 557, “How to Apply for Recognition of Exemption for an Organization,” describes the rules and procedures for requesting exemption. Questions about federal tax-exempt status can be directed to: IRS Exempt Organizations 1100 Commerce Dallas, Texas 75242 (214) 767-6023 [Customer Service] (214) 767-0040 Exemption from Texas state taxes is determined by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts . Questions can be directed to: Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Exempt Organizations Section (800) 531-5441 or (512) 463-4600 tax.help@cpa.state.tx.

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