The real question for religious organizations is: “What limitations on political activity are imposed on 501(c)(3) organizations?” Organizations recognized for exemption under 501(c)(3) not only are tax exempt as organizations, but also afford their donors tax relief due to charitable deductions. The rules on political activity are meant to prevent individuals from obtaining a tax deduction for money contributed toward political activities.
The rules on political activity are meant to prevent individuals from obtaining a tax deduction for money contributed toward political activities.
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