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Nonprofit Information

The Internal Revenue Service has recognized that, because of the IPA's educational and scientific mission, it deserves the status of a nonprofit organization. Therefore, contributions made to the IPA, including membership fees, financial contributions, or donated items for the Convention drawing are deductible from U.S. Federal income taxes, and not subject to any gift or estate taxes. For example, a lifetime IPA membership for yourself, or as a gift to someone else, is fully deductible from your taxable income.

While the IPA of course welcomes all contributions (any extra funding would support a variety of possible development and outreach activities), it will continue to benefit most from the crucial contributions that are not deductible - the dedicated volunteer efforts of all those who make our Annual Convention and Spring Retreat so deeply rewarding and fulfilling.

The IRS accorded the IPA nonprofit status for a five-year advance ruling period in a letter of December 2001. In a letter dated October 5, 2006, the IRS accorded the IPA permanent nonprofit status. Click here to see the final ruling letter of the IRS.

Additional information regarding IPA's nonprofit application and related communications with the IRS are available on request from .

Click here to view the annual financial data that the IPA has provided to the IRS.





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