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Mon May 11, 2020, 10:55 PM

IRS claims Mayo Clinic is not 'primarily' a school in appeal of $11.5 million case

Almost four years after it began, the Mayo Clinic's legal dispute with the Internal Revenue Service still boils down to whether the clinic qualifies for tax exemptions designed for schools.

U .S. District Court Judge Eric Tostrud ruled in August 2019 that the clinic can claim an exemption on its "Unrelated Business Income” as "an educational organization."

That legal victory opened the door for Mayo Clinic to attempt to recoup more than $11.5 million from the IRS.

Before Mayo Clinic can claim that money and future exemptions, the United States government’s appeal of the ruling needs to be settled.

Read more: https://www.postbulletin.com/newsmd/health-news/6486991-IRS-claims-Mayo-Clinic-is-not-primarily-a-school-in-appeal-of-11.5-million-case

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still_one May 2020 #1

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Tue May 12, 2020, 06:32 AM

1. Good, because it is a teaching hospital. Why doesn't the IRS go after the real culprits?

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