Turn to the Taxpayer Bill of Rights http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-utl/doc7394.pdf and tell us how they apply to tax-exempt entities (see table of contents at that link)
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The Taxpayer Bill of Rights adds intermediate sanction rules, expands the penalties for failure to submit returns, expand the requirements for contents of the returns, revises public disclose rules, and provides for specific language applicable to tax-exempt organizations.
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The expert describes how the taxpayer's bill of rights applies to tax-exempt entities.