|Barked: Fri Aug 24, '12 8:06am PST |
|Actually the ADI/tax situation is quite complicated. First off, an EIN (employer id number) is an organization's equivalent of a social security number. An organization is supposed to have just one, but apparently at some point ADI acquired two.
The EIN that has a corporate address in Santa Rosa, CA (where ADI's secretary is) lost its non-profit status with the IRS this year for failing to file a required form - but that's no big deal and there's a grace period in which organizations can fix that.
The EIN that has a corporate address in Smithtown, NY (where ADI's treasurer is) has filed all required forms and is current on its tax-exempt status.
So yeah, they screwed up and need to get their paperwork straight, but on the other hand it IS just paperwork and they didn't suddenly become some greedy for-profit corporation.
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