A group opposing gay marriage believes that its donor names (including Mitt Romney) may have been leaked by IRS workers while ProPublica says it received confidential material regarding some applicants.
Last week NPQ reported that Komen’s Nancy Brinker received a 64% increase in pay between the period covered by 2011 990 and that covered by the 2012. And now we see that lobbying expenditures for the first quarter of 2013 were almost nonexistent – what is going on there?
The firestorm unleashed by Friday’s admission by IRS officials that the agency had targeted some applications for tax-exempt recognition based on political keywords like “conservative” and “Tea Party” continues.
The IRS increased estimates of unrelated business income for 90 percent of the institutions, totaling an additional $90 million in income, while disallowing over $170 million in claimed unrelated business losses.