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    Explain why Congress enacted the "intermediate sanctions" legislation in 1996.

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    1. Explain why Congress enacted the "intermediate sanctions" legislation in 1996.

    The purpose of the law of intermediate sanctions is to prevent wrongdoing by persons who have a special relationship with many types of non-profit, tax-exempt organizations, particularly charitable entities. Before enactment of the intermediate sanctions rules (1996), the Internal Revenue Service, when faced with one of these inappropriate transactions, had essentially two choices:

    1. Apply the private inurement doctrine or the private benefit doctrine and revoke the tax-exempt status of the organization.
    2. Ignore the matter (or perhaps informally ...

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    Explains why Congress enacted the "intermediate sanctions" legislation in 1996. Supplemented with an article that provides a full coverage of the 'Intermediate Sanctions Law' of 1996.

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