A small percentage of tax-exempt organizations have a substantial amount of delinquent payroll taxes, according to a new government report.
The report, by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, acknowledged that the majority of tax-exempt organizations pay federal payroll taxes. While tax-exempt organizations are generally not required to pay income taxes, they are required to remit payroll taxes, such as for Social Security and Medicare.
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