Get Help with Your 501(c)(3) Revocation
P&A has helped over 2,000 organizations get
reinstated since 1999
The process for reinstating a revoked 501c3 requires filing paperwork with the IRS and providing documentation to show that the organization has corrected the issues that led to the revocation in the first place. Here’s an overview of what you’ll need to do:
1. File Form 1023. This is the form that you’ll use to apply for reinstatement of your 501c3 status.
2. Include a statement from the organization’s governing body that indicates that the issues that led to the revocation have been corrected.
4. Submit any additional documentation that may be required by the IRS.
Once you have completed all of the necessary steps, the IRS will review your application and make a determination as to whether or not your 501c3 status can be reinstated. If it is approved, you’ll be able to resume operating as a tax-exempt organization. If it is denied, you’ll have the option to appeal the decision.
Our reinstatement service includes preparing the necessary forms and supporting documents for the IRS and state tax revenue boards, a comprehensive compliance review, and an abatement letter.
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No matter what services you’re looking for, our team of attorneys can provide them at an affordable rate. We believe that every organization should have access to high-quality services without having to break the bank.
We are proud of our 100% approval rate. If the IRS denies your application for any reason – we will refund our service fees.
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