Federal Tax-Exempt Organization Complaint (Referral)
Extracted from PDF file 2017-federal-form-13909.pdf, last modified December 2016
Tax-Exempt Organization Complaint (Referral)Form 13909 (December 2016) Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service Tax-Exempt Organization Complaint (Referral) 1. Name of referred organization Street address City State ZIP code Date of referral 2. Organization’s Employer Identification Number (EIN) 3. Nature of violation Directors/Officers/Persons are using income/assets for personal gain Organization is engaged in commercial, for-profit business activities Income/Assets are being used to support illegal or terrorist activities Organization is involved in a political campaign Organization is engaged in excessive lobbying activities Organization refused to disclose or provide a copy of Form 990 Organization failed to report employment, income or excise tax liability properly Organization failed to file required federal tax returns and forms Organization engaged in deceptive or improper fundraising practices Other (describe) 4. Details of violation Name(s) of person(s) involved Organizational title(s) Date(s) Dollar amount(s) (if known) Description of activities 5. Submitter information Name Occupation or business Street address City State ZIP code Telephone number I am concerned that I might face retaliation or retribution if my identity is disclosed 6. Submission and documentation: The completed form, along with any supporting documentation, may be mailed to IRS EO Classification, Mail Code 4910DAL, 1100 Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75242-1198, faxed to 214-413-5415 or emailed to [email protected] Disclaimer Notice: Your email submission of Form 13909 and attachments are not encrypted for security. Catalog Number 50614A www.irs.gov Form 13909 (Rev. 12-2016) Page 2 Instructions for Form 13909, Tax-Exempt Organization Complaint (Referral) General Information The information provided on this form will help the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) determine if there has been a violation of federal tax law. Submission of this form is voluntary. Upon receipt of this form, the IRS will send you a letter acknowledging receipt of the information you submitted. If at a later date you wish to submit additional information regarding the organization, please attach a copy of the form initially submitted, and send it to the address shown above. Specific Instructions 1. Organization name and address: Provide the current name and address of the organization. If the organization has used prior or multiple name(s) or address(es), also provide that information. 2. Employer identification number: Provide the organization’s EIN. The EIN is a nine-digit number, issued by the IRS, that the organization uses for tax purposes (like a Social Security Number (SSN) for an individual). If the EIN is unavailable, include a state nonprofit corporation registration number, if available. 3. Nature of violation: Mark the description that describes the organization’s alleged violation. More than one line may apply. If none of the descriptions appear to apply, briefly state the issue on the Other line. 4. Details of the violation: Provide specific details of the alleged violation including names, actions, places, amounts, dates, and the nature of any evidence or documentation (who, what, where, when, how). Include the names of other organizations, entities or persons that may be involved with the organization, providing EINs or SSNs, if available. 5. Submitter information: Provide your name, address, and business or occupation. Include your daytime telephone number, in case we wish to contact you. The acknowledgement letter will be sent to the address you provide. If you are concerned that you may face retribution if your identity is disclosed, check the box. You may enter “Anonymous” for Submitter’s name if you do not want to be identified. 6. Submission and documentation: Mail the completed form, including any supporting documentation that you would like for us to review, to the address provided on the form. You may also fax or email the completed form and any supporting documentation to the fax number or email address provided on the form. Include a cover letter describing the documentation or evidence you are providing. If you have already received an acknowledgment letter, include a copy of that letter. If possible, please try to submit all documentation at the same time. If your referral relates to a church please be aware that Congress has imposed special limitations, found in IRC section 7611, on how and when the IRS may conduct civil tax inquiries and examinations of churches. You can find out more about these special limitations in Publication 1828, Tax Guide for Churches and Religious Organizations, in the section on Special Rules Limiting IRS Authority to Audit a Church. 7. Claim for reward: To claim a reward for providing this information to the IRS, file Form 211, Application for Award for Original Information. 8. Note: Federal law prohibits the IRS from providing you with status updates or information about specific actions taken in response to the information you submit. Catalog Number 50614A www.irs.gov Form 13909 (Rev. 12-2016)
Form 13909 (Rev. 12-2016)
More about the Federal Form 13909 Other Tax Credit TY 2017
We last updated the Tax-Exempt Organization Complaint (Referral) in January 2018, so this is the latest version of Form 13909, fully updated for tax year 2017. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form 13909 directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Federal tax forms here.
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The Internal Revenue Service usually releases income tax forms for the current tax year between October and January, although changes to some forms can come even later. We last updated Federal Form 13909 from the Internal Revenue Service in January 2018.
Form 13909 is a Federal Other form. States often have dozens of even hundreds of various tax credits, which, unlike deductions, provide a dollar-for-dollar reduction of tax liability. Some common tax credits apply to many taxpayers, while others only apply to extremely specific situations. In most cases, you will have to provide evidence to show that you are eligible for the tax credit, and calculate the amount of the credit to which you are entitled.
Historical Past-Year Versions of Federal Form 13909
We have a total of five past-year versions of Form 13909 in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:
Form 13909 (Rev. 12-2016)
Form 13909 (Rev. 12-2016)
Form 13909 (8-2007)
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