NRA Says CEO Wayne LaPierre Abused Of Benefits In Tax Filing

The National Rifle Association (NRA) said that it has become aware of a “significant diversion of its assets” in a 2019 990-tax form. This public filing lists organization assets and liabilities on one of its first pages and breaks down employee compensation later in the document.The nonprofit tax-exempt organization’s 2019 filing states that CEO Wayne LaPierre and five former executives received “excess benefits.” The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) uses the term to describe nonprofit entity’s executives use an internal business organization funds to enrich themselves. “The National Rifle Asso…

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