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    What does the disclosure law require a tax-exempt organization to do?

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    Re: disclosure law for a nonprofit in the u.s.

    Under disclosure law, it is required for a tax exempt organisation to provide a copy of the covered tax documents to the person requesting the same either in person or through written request. Further, this information may be provided from the principal office of the tax exempt organisation. In case the organisation has any district office or regional office where there are more then three employees then from that office the document can be made available to the person requesting for the document. For this the organisation can charge a reasonable fees to cover their expenses, however, it will have to be informed to the person requesting for the document in advance. The request may be honored on the same day if it is in person and in case the request is written then within 30 days.

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