US Tax exempt status

Denise Babin

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Our associated group (not a branch) is applying for a tax ID number and
considering whether to apply for exempt status.

I would appreciate if any groups in the US who have done this would answer
the following questions. Please reply to me (xxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx) instead
of the list and I will summarize for the list, since there is no dancing in
this question.

1. If you applied for an ID and not exempt status, what tax forms do you
have to file each year?
2. If you applied for exempt status, did you use 501(c) 3 (charitable
organization), 501(c) 7 (social club), or something else entirely?
3. Is there anyone who had more gross receipts from an annual dance than
from membership dues but was still granted 501 (c) 7 status?
4. Is there anything else you're dying to tell me about this whole process?

Denise Babin
Milwauke Scottish Country Dancers

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