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  1. #66
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    Default Re: Owens Corning Roof data tech

    inachi is a 501.c.6 tax exempt corporation meaning you have to abide by the disclosure laws. Here's a copy of them since they are unfamiliar to you. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-tege/eo_disclosure_faqs.pdf
    This is really getting embarrassing for me Ken. You are wrong again. The IRS PDF you posted doesn't include contracts in the list of documents tax exempt organizations must make public. If you do a search on your link for the word "contract" you'll find it doesn't even appear in it, not even once. Look, I'm sure you are a nice enough fellow, but nearly every statement you make is wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond Wand View Post
    Ken,

    Just remember InterNacho is a non-profit marketing endeavour. Nothing more, nothing less.
    Always has been and always will be. If we are lucky the IRS will one day raid the head office and Humpty Dumpty will have a great fall!

    Remember Lisa is a paid advocate. She knows her place or else. Just like many employees before her who have been shown the door, she to one day will be discarded once she has been used to the fullest extent by you know who.

    Hey Lisa when is Nacho going to have a properly functioning discipline standard and a proper functioning ethical discipline committee, or forum rules which are enforced?

    You're correct. I just can't believe how stupid they seem to think we are. They just want us to believe everything they say, without question. Friggen lemmings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa Endza View Post
    This is really getting embarrassing for me Ken. You are wrong again. The IRS PDF you posted doesn't include contracts in the list of documents tax exempt organizations must make public. If you do a search on your link for the word "contract" you'll find it doesn't even appear in it, not even once. Look, I'm sure you are a nice enough fellow, but nearly every statement you make is wrong.
    You must have missed this section:


    A section 501(c)(3) organization must make available for public inspection and copying any Form 990-T, Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return, filed after August 17, 2006. Returns must be available for a three-year period beginning with the due date of the return (including any extension of time for filing). For this purpose, the return includes any schedules, attachments or supporting documents that relate to the imposition of tax on the unrelated business income of the charity. See Public Inspection and Disclosure of Form 990-T for more information.

    You don't have to disclose them now, but will have to on your tax forms. Seems you want to hide the information from us.

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    Default Re: Owens Corning Roof data tech

    Ken writes:

    You must have missed this section:


    A section 501(c)(3) organization must make available for public inspection and copying any...
    OMG. Ken, this is really, really getting embarrassing. I have to break it to you again. You are wrong once more. InterNACHI isn't a 501(c)(3). Look Ken, you seem like a nice fella, but nearly everything you say is wrong.

    I just can't watch you do this to yourself on a public forum any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa Endza View Post
    I just can't watch you do this to yourself on a public forum any more.
    Yeah
    Lisa's leaving.

    ' correct a wise man and you gain a friend... correct a fool and he'll bloody your nose'.

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    Default Re: Owens Corning Roof data tech

    Ken

    Thank you for your diligence and perserverance!

    Anything coming from Nacho must be questioned, and exposed. As you have found out Nacho is a corporation and not an association. That reads a 'marketing' corporation.

    These matters only scratch the surface, there are other well documented matters which don't pass the muster and scrutiny.

    Lisa is and will always be the proverbial mouth piece for you know who, after all she is a paid spokesperson. If she doesn't tow the line - hasta-la-vista Lisa. She knows what side the bread buttered on.

    Now I also notice Lisa never answers my well founded concerns why people like Michael Larson, gets away with cyber bulling of my good buddy Roy Cooke who has bent over backwards for Nacho. As I said before as long as NG can use someone he will use them. Pitiful! Or why Kevin Woods for instance was not what is routinely and legally a right to a fair hearing in camera and not on an public forum. Or why NG called another association a very vulgar term and thought nothing wrong with it. And no Nacho member said anything! What a piece of work you people are. What a travesty on the public!

    How is the public protected Lisa from rubes within your organization?

    Please Lisa no more links which are nothing but marketing endeavours by you to support your job description. Any thing you say or post must be taken as NOT being accurate, Ken has done an admirable job in exposing your corporations inconsistencies.

    Act don't react!

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    Default Re: Owens Corning Roof data tech

    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa Endza View Post
    Ken writes:



    OMG. Ken, this is really, really getting embarrassing. I have to break it to you again. You are wrong once more. InterNACHI isn't a 501(c)(3). Look Ken, you seem like a nice fella, but nearly everything you say is wrong.
    It's ok with me Lisa if you want to hide the amount Owens Corning is paying you to run this program for them. It will have to be shown in your tax return eventually. However, I'm saddened by the fact that you're taking advantage of your members by offering slave wages, when you're making two or three times as much from Owens Corning. Must be to pay Nick's half million dollar paycheck. You should demand a raise, as you don't even make enough to be required to be listed on inachi's tax return.

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    Default Re: Owens Corning Roof data tech

    [QUOTE=Ken Rowe;[/QUOTE]
    THis is the craziest thread I have read in years.
    Generally speaking I dont think that non profits have to divulge thier contracts, just thier tax returns and means of income (for instance show the income from Corning which will also be taxable income if filed properly as a service was provided for Corning in the process, therefore value was received)

    However, as a MEMBER of a non-profit there is other information that can be demanded. I remember this to be true but do not remember what the circumstances are.

    Also, if a non-profit with paid membership there should be elections or other ways to change management.

    Maybe the idea should be to gain control by membership.

    ROFL


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