- 23.1 Election Campaign Involvement
- 23.2 Voter Education versus Candidate Promotion
- 23.3 Tax on Political Expenditures
- 23.4 Lobbying Activity of §501(c)(3) Organizations
- 23.5 Permissible Amounts of Lobbying
- 23.6 Lobbying Limits for §501(c)(4), (5), (6), and Other Exempt Organizations
- 23.7 Advocacy and Nonpartisan Analysis
One possible detriment to achieving §501(c) exempt status is a limitation on an organization's participation in political campaigns and the legislative processes of governments. The amount and extent of the political and legislative activity allowed for an exempt organization is limited by both the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) of 1986 and the Federal Election ...