Although many dabble, there probably are few lawyers in Connecticut whose practice primarily focuses on the problems of tax-exempt organizations. Their work concerns the drafting of the organizational documents, the filing of exemption applications with the Internal Revenue Service, wrestling with problems of public charity against private foundation status, avoiding potential tax penalties, and dealing with IRS audits. Of course, allowance of a charitable contribution deduction is always a crucial issue. The relationship between these practitioners and the IRS was rather a friendly one, with IRS officials frequently appearing at regularly scheduled seminars of the Exempt Organizations Committee of the American Bar Association.
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