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taxes in the News

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January 29, 1997 Looking Forward To Debate About Taxes / Evansville Courier : Looking Forward To Debate About Taxes / taxes
July 15, 1996 Court will allow in camera review of Scientology closing agreement. Tax Notes: Court will allow in camera review of Scientology closing agreement. taxes
January 20, 1996 Dole Releases Tax Statements, Urges Competition To Join Him Contra Costa Times : Dole Releases Tax Statements, Urges Competition To Join Him taxes
December 26, 1993 Documents Give Peek Into Scientology Papers Filed In Effort For Tax-Exempt Status State : Documents Give Peek Into Scientology Papers Filed In Effort For Tax-Exempt Status taxes
December 22, 1993 Tax Records Provide A Close-Up Look At Scientology Assets Include Reinforced Vaults Designed To Preserve The Church's Teachings Tallahassee Democrat : Tax Records Provide A Close-Up Look At Scientology Assets Include Reinforced Vaults Designed To Preserve The Church's Teachings In Case Of Earthquake Or Nuclear Attack. taxes
December 1, 1993 Scientology wins tax-exempt status. Fund Raising Management: Scientology wins tax-exempt status. taxes
November 29, 1993 David H. Leichty Grabill Scientology, IRS Reach Agreement The Otherwise Factual Article You Printed From The Los Angeles Times W Fort Wayne - The Journal Gazette : David H. Leichty Grabill Scientology, IRS Reach Agreement The Otherwise Factual Article You Printed From The Los Angeles Times Wire Service About The Tax-Exempt Status Of The Church Of Scientology And Its Related Organizations (Oct. 13) Contained The Unfounded Statement That The Founder Of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, Incorporated Animosity Against The IRS Into Official Teachings Of The Church. L. Ron Hubbard, taxes
November 7, 1993 Ex-Scientologists Question IRS Ruling Members Welcome Tax-Exempt Status Boston Globe: Ex-Scientologists Question IRS Ruling Members Welcome Tax-Exempt Status taxes
October 16, 1993 Scientologists Happy Over Tax-Exempt Status Press-Telegram : Scientologists Happy Over Tax-Exempt Status taxes
October 15, 1993 The Church Of Scientology, Freed Of Its Income Tax Obligations By The IRS This Week, Is Spending $114 Million To Preserve The Vo Fort Wayne - The Journal Gazette : The Church Of Scientology, Freed Of Its Income Tax Obligations By The IRS This Week, Is Spending $114 Million To Preserve The Voluminous Writings Of Deceased Founder L. Ron .Hubbard, The Group Says In Newly Released Documents. The Works Will Be Etched Into Steel Plates And Printed In Book Form On Natural Cotton And Linen Fabric, According To Documents. Some Will Be Stocked In An Underground Vault L. Ron Hubbard, taxes

taxes in the News

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October 14, 1997 Scientologist Mary Frances, Bob Minton, doesn't, critics Scientologist Mary Frances telephones Bob Minton and threatens him with further harassment if he doesn't stop funding Scientology critics. "She indicated that $cientology was prepared to start attacking me on or in a number of areas unless I stopped giving financial support to their enemies. The areas of possible attack conveyed to me were: Family, Children, Ex-wife, Ex-business partners, State and Federal taxes, Mental Health, Drugs, Paying picketers." Bob Minton, taxes
June 26, 1995 Tax Analysts, IRS-settlement Tax Analysts releases a press release covering their attempts to get information about the secret IRS-Scientology settlement. taxes
September 5, 1989 Jody Darling, Scientologist Albert Jaquier, (two, ago), $200,000, Jaquier. In it Jody Darling faxes fellow Scientologist Albert Jaquier, acknowledging the receipt (two weeks ago) of $200,000 from Jaquier. In it, he proposes paying interest owed on the loan as a "business consulting fee," thus evading taxes. Albert Jaquier, taxes
September 24, 1984 U.S. Tax Court, tax-exempt, Church, Scientology U.S. Tax Court upholds the removal of tax-exempt status from the Church of Scientology, ruling that it "made a business out of selling a religion" and that church funds inured to the benefit of church officials. Church ordered to pay $1.4 million in back taxes for the years 1970 through 1972. taxes
December 14, 1979 pays $126,753, - Pinellas County, -, 1976, 1977 Scientology pays $126,753 in back taxes - Pinellas County property - marking the end of its long legal fight over taxes for 1976 and 1977. taxes
July 19, 1978 Pinellas Circuit Court, $50,000, 1976 The church files notice that it will appeal the Pinellas Circuit Court decision that it must pay about $50,000 in county property taxes for 1976. taxes
April 28, 1978 Judge Fogle, 1976, taxes., Fogle, Scientologists didn't, 1976, group Judge Fogle decides Scientology is a religion but rules it must pay its 1976 property taxes. Fogle also rules that the Scientologists didn't provide enough information about their 1976 income for him to decide whether they are a nonprofit group. taxes
April 18, 1978 Circuit Judge Harry W. Fogle, tax-exempt status, Pinellas County, money., He, income Circuit Judge Harry W. Fogle rules that to be considered for tax-exempt status, the church must tell Pinellas County how it spends its money. He says the church need not reveal the sources of its income. taxes
December 28, 1977 tax-exempt, Clearwater, time The church files suit seeking tax-exempt status for its Clearwater property holdings for the second time. taxes
September 2, 1977 properties The church is denied tax exemptions on their two downtown properties. taxes