These are the URA Tax Credit projects from the Department of Economic and Community Development - Tax Credit Portfolio dataset. This data is updated in accordance with with the schedule of that dataset.
Exempt organization information is extracted monthly from the Internal Revenue Service’s Business Master File. This is a cumulative file, and the data are the most recent information the IRS has for these organizations.
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State is determined from the filing address and generally represent the location of an organization’s headquarters, which may or may not represent the state(s) in which an organization has operations.
Records are sorted by Employer Identification Number (EIN).
This dataset is for Connecticut only.
The IRS exempt organization data have been accumulated since the inception of the tax-exempt statutes. A determination letter is issued to an organization upon the granting of an exemption and is considered valid throughout the life of the organization, as long as the organization complies with the provisions of its exemption.
If an organization's exemption is revoked, an announcement to inform potential donors of the revocation is published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin. In addition, the organization’s name is removed from publicly accessible venues, including this file. NOTE: Split-interest trusts are not included in this database.
All exempt organization records on this file will contain the following data fields:
Column Name Contents
EIN Employer Identification Number (EIN)
NAME Primary Name of Organization
ICO In Care of Name
STREET Street Address
ZIP Zip Code
GROUP Group Exemption Number
SUBSECTION Subsection Code
AFFILIATION Affiliation Code
CLASSIFICATION Classification Code(s)
RULING Ruling Date
DEDUCTIBILITY Deductibility Code
FOUNDATION Foundation Code
ACTIVITY Activity Codes
ORGANIZATION Organization Code
STATUS Exempt Organization Status Code
TAX_PERIOD Tax Period
ASSET_CD Asset Code
INCOME_CD Income Code
FILING_REQ_CD Filing Requirement Code
PF_FILING_REQ_CD PF Filing Requirement Code
ACCT_PD Accounting Period
ASSET_AMT Asset Amount
INCOME_AMT Income Amount (includes negative sign if amount is negative)
REVENUE_AMT Form 990 Revenue Amount (includes negative sign if amount is negative)
NTEE_CD National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) Code
SORT_NAME Sort Name (Secondary Name Line)
The Connecticut Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act requires all organizations that solicit money for charitable purposes to register with the Department of Consumer Protection. All paid solicitors and some fundraising counsel must register, post a bond and file certain reports.
Law Affecting Public Charity Registration Process
Section 21a-190b of the Connecticut Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act was amended during the 2013 Session of the General Assembly as follows:
Each charitable organization will renew its registration 11 months after its fiscal year-end.
The provision allowing extensions of time to file a renewal has been removed.
You will be considered late and subject to late fees after your expiration date has passed.
A map of the Film and Digital Media Production Tax Credit, Film Infrastructure Tax Credit and Digital Animation Production Company Tax Credit projects from the Department of Economic and Community Development- Tax Credit Portfolio. This map is updated in accordance with the schedule of that dataset.