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Non-Profit Tax Exemption In Oregon

 

HOW OREGON NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS CAN BECOME TAX-EXEMPT

by Drake Forester

Is my non-profit automatically exempt from Oregon taxes?

Only after you receive tax exempt status from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.

How does my OR non-profit obtain federal tax-exemption?

You will must submit Form 1023 (a long and detailed questionnaire) to the IRS in order to become federally tax-exempt. After many months of scrutiny, if the IRS decides your non-profit qualifies for federal tax-exempt, you will receive a Letter of Determination.

What about exemption from Oregon state taxes?

Your 501c3 tax-exempt non-profit will automatically be exempt from Oregon Corporation taxes. You will not need to file a Corporations tax return.

What about Oregon sales tax?

There is no sales tax in Oregon.

Is my OR non-profit exempt from property tax?

An Oregon non-profit is not automatically exempt from property tax. You will need to check with the local assessor of the county where your non-profit resides to see if you qualify for exemption from property tax and if filing is required.

Who can I contact with further tax-related questions?

Oregon Department of Revenue 955 Center ST. NE Salem, OR 97301-2555
503-378-4988

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501c3 information

This comprehensive guide to obtaining and maintaining 501c3 status from the IRS includes information on how to prepare your nonprofit to apply for 501c3 status, as well as information about the forms and fees required by the IRS.

This guide overviews and includes the special tax-exempt language a 501c3 nonprofit organization must include as part of its articles of incorporation. 

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