Domestic Private Foundations and Related Excise Taxes, Tax Year 2009

Belmonte, Cynthia
January 2013
Statistics of Income (SOI) Bulletin;Winter2013, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p114
The article provides information on the tax filed by the domestic private foundations in 2009. It states that the investment assets held by private foundations accounted to 11.3 percent between tax year 2008-2009. It mentions that the financial activities of private foundations are subjected to a variety of regulations of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS).


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