Designated Driver Alternative Canton Georgia

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Complaint: Non-profit founder, William (Bill) Slagle portrays Atlanta Fundraising Foundation (AFF) to be a 501 (c) 3 non-profit on the companies website even though AFF’s 501 (c) 3 status was revoked by the IRS on May 15, 2011 for failing to file taxes for 3 consecutive years. This illegal activity is typically practiced to avoid paying personal and business taxes. Founded in 2008, Mr. Slagle created the nonprofit, solicited donations through fundraising events then never filed any of the required IRS paperwork until the IRS revoked his status 3 years later. Click here to see clear proof of AFF’s revoked status on Guidestar.org. Click here to see proof of AFF’s revoked status on the IRS website. Even though revoked, they still, to this day, publicly claim to be a valid be a 501 (c) 3 non-profit. In an attempt to salvage the organizations non-profit status (Buy more time to operate under the table) they filed 990 EZ’s with the IRS for 2010 and 2011 (Click the links to see the filings for yourself) but notice the following; On lines 2 and 3 of both the 2010 and 2011 returns they entered zero for “Program service revenue”” and “”Membership dues”” respectively. DDA brings in thousands of dollars a week in cash and credit cards for program service fees in the form of rides completed

Tags: Non-Profit Organizations

Address: memberships sold individuals and partnerships sold to local bars and restaurants. Yet they report zero to the IRS? The reason the people that are in charge of this group would enter this information incorrectly is because if they accurately reported the income to the IRS

Website: technically the income should be taxable as a for profit. Once at the DDA web site the top menu bar give choices for “”Sponsors”” and “”Memberships”” both are fee based offerings and have been in place since 2010. It is a known verifiable fact that numerous bars have been paying these fees for over two years. Call the sponsors yourself and ask. On line 12

Phone: it would be taxable as “”Unrelated Business Income Tax”” (UBIT). This is a tax charged by the IRS and the State (typically 15-30%) that non-profits have to pay if they make profit from business activities that are not related to their stated mission. The AFF stated mission is “”Good times for good causes””. However

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