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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Grant Recipients

IRS Logo The IRS announced today (IR-2010-51) that it has awarded nearly $10 million in matching grants to Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs) for the 2010 grant cycle (Jan. 1, 2010, through Dec. 31, 2010). Through the LITC program, the IRS awards matching grants of up to $100,000 a year to qualifying organizations. For the 2010 grant cycle, the IRS awarded LITC grants to 160 organizations. For the full list of grant recipients, see here. For a list of the 35 law school tax clinic grant recipents, and the amount of their grants, see below the fold:

  • Albany ($84,547)
  • American ($86,536)
  • Arkansas-Little Rock ($85,542)
  • Baltimore ($39,787)
  • Chapman ($86,536)
  • Chicago-Kent ($89,520)
  • Connecticut ($84,547)
  • Denver ($89,520)
  • Duquesne ($75,595)
  • Fordham ($89,520)
  • Georgia State ($94,494)
  • Gonzaga ($79,574)
  • Idaho ($89,520)
  • Kansas ($66,643)
  • Lewis & Clark ($75,595)
  • Loyola-Chicago ($72,882)
  • Michigan ($47,744)
  • Michigan State ($87,531)
  • Minnesota ($89,520)
  • Missouri-Kansas City ($89,520)
  • New Mexico ($64,654)
  • Northern-Kentucky ($69,627)
  • Ohio State ($69,627)
  • Pittsburgh ($84,547)
  • Quinnipiac ($79,574)
  • Rutgers-Newark ($89,520)
  • San Diego ($84,547)
  • Southern ($74,600)
  • Syracuse ($89,520)
  • Texas Tech ($54,892)
  • Utah ($79,574)
  • Villanova ($94,494)
  • Washington (Seattle) ($91,494)
  • Washington & Lee ($49,734)
  • West Virginia ($24,868)

See also Publication 4134: Low Income Taxpayer Clinic List.  For a list of the law school tax clinic grant recipients for prior years, see

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Comments

I don't know where it's hidden or what phony name is being used, but ACORN has to be in there somewhere.

Posted by: Woody | Apr 20, 2010 6:38:21 PM