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By CondoAssociation.com • June 4, 2020

Does HOA need to file federal tax forms to keep non-profit status?

Association's treasurer was told a few years ago that the association wasn't filing federal taxes and needed to. But she said the association did not need to! Association lost its tax-exempt status years ago but the association still uses its tax-exempt EIN number to not pay tax on work performed for the association. They continue to not file taxes with the IRS and the corporate name has been removed off the IRS site. Is this something that would be considered fraud by the treasurer? What can this do to the association? What would Insurance companies think about this? Could the corporate shield be removed if there was a lawsuit against it?  Ohio

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