GOP Seeks Info on Tax-Exempt Groups and Political Activities

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House Ways and Means Committee Republicans are examining rules surrounding tax-exempt organizations, citing concerns about campaign donations flowing through 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) entities.

Committee Chair Jason Smith (R-Mo.) and oversight subcommittee Chair David Schweikert (R-Ariz.) released a request for information Monday asking tax-exempt groups and the public to provide input on current IRS requirements and whether further guidance is needed to clarify how contributions to the organizations are being used, among other questions. Smith and Schweikert pointed to news articles claiming a Super Political Action Committee recommended donations to 501(c)(3) groups to help Democrats, and that other organizations have improperly …

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