Potential Changes for Churches and Charities Regarding Political Campaigning
Earlier this year, President Trump stated that he would advocate for the repeal of the prohibition against religious organizations, specifically those that are exempt from paying federal incomes taxes under Section 501(c)(3)), from engaging in political campaigning. This seems to limit the prohibited “political campaigning” to endorsements made on church property, at an official church function, and using church assets or when the endorsement is specifically stated to be “on behalf of the church.” Despite this more limited interpretation, however, violations still occur.
Cynthia Mog focuses her practice on federal income tax matters. She has experience working on corporate, partnership and real estate transactions including acquisitions, reorganizations, restructurings and tax-free exchanges.
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