Tax exemption for homeschool group switched by the IRS

A homeschool group applies for one tax exempt status and the IRS switches them to another.


The Learning Vine, a homeschool organization in North Aurora, IL,  just received 501(c)(3) status from the IRS.

This group had originally applied for tax exempt status as a 501(c)(7) Social Club on their own. The IRS held up their application for a year and then informed them that they should be filing for tax exempt status as a 501(c)(3) educational organization.

Confused? So were the leaders at The Learning Vine. That’s when they contacted

I was happy to help this group become tax exempt and continue serving homeschoolers in IL!

Tax Exempt Status for Homeschool organizations

Do you know the difference between 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(7) status? Do you know what 501(c)(3) status could mean for your homeschool group?

This article may help: Homeschool Groups As Social Clubs

Resource for Homeschool Leaders

IRS and Your Homeschool Org cover My book The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization could help your group as well. This 120 page book explains the pros and cons of tax exempt status and how to apply.

Price: $9.95  Learn more here.

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