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Is YMCA a Tax-Exempt Organization? (Complete Guide)

You may be wondering, Is the YMCA a tax-exempt organization? Can I donate to it and can I use my donations as a tax write-off?

The YMCA is one of the leading charitable organizations in the United States. For more than 150 years, The Y has worked to improve the lives of its members.

In order to help the community stay active and healthy, this organization provides exercise facilities, pools, and gyms. It also provides child, family services and job placement services.

Today I will take you through everything you need to know about the YMCA Tax-Exempt Status, how to donate to the organization and how it will affect your taxes.

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What is Wheelage Tax and How Can it Help Me?

Are you confused about how the Wheelage Tax works? There are many different components that are included in this tax for the state of Minnesota.

Today I will give you a complete guide on how you can properly understand how it works and what you’ll need to do in order to pay your Wheelage Tax correctly this year.

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CAUTION: What to Do if You’re a Victim of Tax Identity Theft

You may be asking yourself, what should I do if I am a victim of tax identity theft?

If this sounds like you, you may have found yourself in a situation where you tried to file your taxes only to find out that a return has already been filed under your Social Security Number (SSN)

…or even worse, under your child’s SSN?

Someone stole your Social Security Number and used it to file a tax return to claim your refund!

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Everything You Need to Know about Injured Spouse Tax Relief (IRS Form 8379)

Are you having difficulty understanding the IRS Form 8379 when it comes to the Injured Spouse Tax Relief?

You’re probably facing this new challenge because of an unexpected problem…

Everything seemed to be going well with your tax preparation this year until you were unexpectedly told you would not be receiving your refund.

In fact, you would end up giving the entire refund to the IRS for a particular issue unknown to you.

Once you contacted the IRS you learn that your spouse owes money towards a delinquent student loan payment and now the money you were depending on has vanished…

…or so you thought.

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