On 18/12/2020 14:58, ro-esp wrote:
On Thu, Dec 17, 2020 at 11:55 PM, M K Ramadoss wrote:And once more, a non-USAmerican fails to understand the huge difference between what 501(3)(c) status means, and what non-profit status means, under US law.I suggest that "If you are legally recognized as a non-profit organization" beand once again, a USAmerican doesn't grasp the concept "rest of the world"...
To be snarky, I'll point out that IKEA is, in Europe, a non-profit organisation, but in the US it emphatically does not have 501(3)(c) status.
Phrasing it as "non -profit organization with 501(3)(c) status, or the functional equivalent in the country in which the organization is legally incorporated and domiciled" would be more appropriate wording.
Mark might have to rewrite the criteria for qualifying for the educational discount, because accreditation is not dependent upon 501(3)(c) status. (Most accredited educational institutions in the US are not 501(3)(c) entities.)