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501(c)6

A subsection of the Internal Revenue Code governing the status of non-profit organizations devoted to business purposes. That is, a 501(c)5 organization seeks to promote better business conditions for persons or companies that belong to it. Examples of organizations that may register under subsection 501(c)6 include chambers of commerce and real estate boards. They may conduct lobbying for their causes, but not as their primary activity. 501(c)6 organizations are exempt from federal taxation.
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DCUC is a 501c6 trade association representing the interests of federally and state-chartered credit unions serving our military around the globe.
The Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau (MCCVB) is a 501c6 organization that drives tourism for Monterey County.
Her work in this position has resulted in PHNAC obtaining 501c6 status.
The annual fundraiser, which netted more than $1.1 dollars this year, supports the programs of AIANY, the 501c6 professional organization of the architectural community in New York City, and the Center for Architecture Foundation, a design-education 501c3 nonprofit organization.
A not-for-profit organization, Foundation for Chiropractic Education (501-(C)(3)) and the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (501C6) provide information and education regarding the value of chiropractic care and its role in drug-free pain management.
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, a non-profit 501c6 trade association, is dedicated to increasing the homeownership rate among Latinos by educating and empowering the real estate professionals that serve them.
The Lee County Bar Association, a 501c6 not-for-profit organization, has served the citizens and legal community of Lee County since 1949 and has a current membership of almost 800.
Wine Market Council was established in 1994 as a non-profit (501c6) trade association working through all tiers of the U.S.