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Did you know that tax exempt organizations are 2 times more likely than tax payers to be late with filing annual returns with the IRS? There are approximately 1.4 million registered organizations in the United States (IRS, October 2, 2014). Of this number, 579,114 registered organizations, or 40%, lost their tax exempt status as a result of not filing Form 990 for three years in a row. Just two years ago, there were approximately 1.2 million nonprofit organizations with about 32% losing their tax exempt status for failing to file Form 990 three years in a row. In contrast, about 85% of individuals and corporations file their income taxes (Form 1040) on time. Make sure your organization has completed the necessary filings to maintain tax exempt status. Valerie F. Leonard will give an overview of all the filings organizations need to file at the federal and state levels in order to maintain compliance.
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NAVAJO TALK RADIO:
"CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS NEVER MADE IT TO AMERICA"
Why does this country celebrate his failure?
Why does this country celebrate a lost explorer?
Why does this country close banks and schools for a dude who mistakenly thought he was India?
Calling us Indians?
Let's clear this screwup!
All from the Native/Indigenous perspective, a 100% Native American/Navajo/Dine host Cal Nez.
Call in at 347-989-0048 and share your thoughts!
The Thursday Night Curse strikes again! ...but is something really wrong in Los Angeles?
Baylor, who less than a decade ago was a laughingstock, made a laughingstock of the TRUE laughingstock, Kansas.
TCU survived Kansas State....which is kinda KSU's thing, right?
Sparty and Ohio State...ummm....guys? The season actually matters.
No. 5 Utah beats No. 23 California. Huh?
Clemson might be the real deal, but don't mention "Clemsoning" to Dabo.
Mama, there goes that man again! Leonard Fournette, you glorious bastard.
But wait, mama, who's that man in Tallahassee? Is he the real MVP?
Hey Alabama...we get it. You're good. Would you mind putting together a few games to show it?
THE FIGHTING HARBAUGHS!
Any men in Vol nation wanna sign up for Volunteer duty? Looking good, folks. Sorry in advance, Nick Chubb.
Um, Iowa is undefeated.
Most disappointing teams this year.
Most surprising teams this year.
And the NFL:
Tampa Bay won! Again! I mean, it was Jacksonville but hey, it's a win!
Dallas is REALLY hurting, but Brady shines best in the spotlight.
Cincy! Atlanta! The Resurrection in Philly!
And, finally, oh Kansas City how you continue to disappoint. Now Jamaal Charles is out for the season. Is his career winding down?
Join us at 8PM CT, and be sure to call in! 619-924-9775.
Most visitors and locals will agree that when it comes to beaches on St. John a 'good to best' scale just would not do. The scale for describing St. John's beaches is 'Great', 'Greater' and 'It's a secret so I am not telling anyone'. All beaches on St. John are open to the public. Beachfront property however, in many cases is private and a few popular beaches have hotels nearby. Respect private property when accessing beaches. It is illegal to collect shells from beaches in the Virgin Islands; shells are confiscated at airport customs. There are no clothing-optional beaches in the Virgin Islands.
General Beach Information:
Don’t feed marine life or sea birds. Food not naturally in their diet, like various human foods, can create health problems for these animals.
All beaches in the U.S. Virgin Islands are open to the public. Beyond a beach's tree line however is typically private property.
Resort beaches are open to the public; only some, however, rent chairs and water sports gear to non-guests.
Swimming pools and similar resort amenities are typically reserved for registered-guests only.
Protect yourself from the sun. Wear sun block, a hat and sunglasses.
Sun, rum, and fun can spell dehydration; so drink plenty of water.
There are no clothing optional beaches; public nudity is illegal.
Removing shells and sand from beaches is illegal.
Courtesy of www.VINow.com/StJohn/Beaches_stj/
Former Arizona State & NFL offensive lineman Grey Ruegamer joins Chatham & Quinn to discuss ASU's big victory against UCLA and the chaotic reset of the Pac 12 standings. The guys review the rest of the past weekend's biggest games, including Notre Dame's close loss at Clemson, and Alabama's impressive bashing of the previously unblemished Georgia Bulldogs.
Off-field issues take center stage in the episode as the guys give their insight into the deeper issues likely being weighed by LSU RB Leonard Fournette & UCLA LB Myles Jack. Fournette indicates that despite national buzz, the NFL isn't in his view right now, while Jack leaves UCLA mid-year to rehab and prepare for entry into the NFL.
The guys then look ahead to the Week 6 matchups for the weekend.
Recap our records from Week 4
Your thoughts on the firing of Joe Philbin in Miami?
What’s your take on how Ryan Tannerhill treats the practice squad players?
Are the Dallas Cowboys in trouble?
Your thoughts on the play of Colin Kaepernick?
With the number of RB injuries occurring, why hasn’t any team considered picking up Ray Rice?
What team impressed you thus far?
Fantasy Stud for Week 5
Indianapolis at Houston (TNF)
Seattle at Cincinnati
New Orleans at Philly
St. Louis at Green Bay
New England at Dallas
Denver at Oakland
San Francisco at NY Giants (SNF)
Pittsburgh at San Diego (MNF)
Last Week’s Predictions
Is Ohio State deserving of the number one ranking in the AP? Why are they struggling to beat teams?
Leonard Fournette: Can he break the SEC record for rushing held by Herschel Walker and the FBS record held by Barry Sanders for yards in a season?
What was the biggest upset this weekend?
Who is your top 4 teams in the BCS playoff as of now?
#7 LSU at South Carolina
#10 Oklahoma at Texas
Georgia Tech at #6 Clemson
Maryland at #1 Ohio State
#19 Georgia at Tennessee
#13 Northwestern at #18 Michigan
#2 TCU at Kansas State
#11 Florida at Missouri
Miami at #12 Florida State
#4 Michigan State at Rutgers
#23 Cal at #5 Utah
Your thoughts on UFC 192
Were you impressed by Cormier in this fight and Gussfasson ?
Should Rashad Evans consider retirement?
Are you Kidding me?
Dr. Leonard Horowitz: He is the leading Authority on the subject of Emerging Diseases and Natural Healing
Dr. Leonard Horowitz ( DMD, MA, MPH, DNM, DMM) is an internationally known authority in public health, emerging diseases, and natural healing.
Author of more than sixteen books, he is globally known for his controversial criticism of vaccinations and the miltary-medical-petrochemical-pharmaceutical cartel.
He holds three doctorates, and two masters degrees, including one from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and one from Harvard University School of Public Health, respectively.
In 1999 he was voted ” Author of the Year” by the World Natural Health Organization for his first of three national bestsellers, Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola-Nature, Accident or Intentional.
In 2006 he was honored by the World Organization for Natural Medicine as a “World Leading Intellectual. Later that year, he was Knighted for his works in health education, natural healing, vaccine risk awareness, and missionary medicine by The Sovereign Order of the Orthodox Knights Hospitaller of Saint John of Jerusalem. Dr. Horowitz has just completed Pharmawhores: The Showtime sting of penn and teller, a docu-comedy where both Sherri Kane and himself explain the intimate connections between Big Pharma and the mainstream media.
Excerpt taken from: http://www.powerfulinterviews.com/interviews-2/bio-dr-leonard-horowitz/