February 28, 1994
SOI Bulletin for Winter 1993-1994
WASHINGTON - Excluding private foundations, 133,000 charitable
organizations reported revenues totaling $398.6 billion for 1989,
12 percent more than for 1988. "Programs service revenue" mostly
school tuition and hospital patient care charges, accounted for more
than two-thirds of the total, with contributions, gifts, and grants
received accounting for almost one-fifth.
For 1990, private foundations had revenues of $19.5 billion,
two percent less than in 1989, and made contributions and grants of
$8.9 billion, up 10 percent.
These and statistics on charitable trusts and organizations
exempt under "Internal Revenue Code" sections 501(c)(4)-(9) are
reported in the Service's "Statistics of Income Bulletin" for Winter
1993-1994, available now.
In other reports, 834,957 individual income tax returns for tax
year 1990 reported adjusted gross income of $200,000 or more. The
article profiled the number of these returns reporting no tax, along
with the tax provisions allowing them to be nontaxable.
Other articles feature projections of returns to be filed in
1994-2000 and selected personal income, deduction, and tax data by
state and size of adjusted gross income for tax year 1991.
The "Statistics of Income Bulletin" is available from the
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, P.O.
Box 371954, Pittsburgh, PA 25250-7954. Annual subscriptions are
$25 for four issues; single issues cost $13.
For other statistical information, write to the Director,
Statistics of Income CP:S, Internal Revenue Service, P.O. Box 2608,
Washington, DC 20013-2608, dial the electronic bulletin board at
(202) 874-9574, or telephone the statistical information service
office at (202) 874-0410.
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