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Why Whistleblower Claims $124 Billion Mormon Entity Should Be Taxed.

EDITORS NOTE: We received the Full Whistle Blower Complaint PRIOR to the Publication of the Washington Post Article and were able to give additional insight into this New Mormon Church Scandal. We will share those with our Subscribers in the Near Future. (Subscription is Free)

Excerpt: Whistle Blower States Number is $124 Billion Hidden in JUST ONE ENTITY

Excerpt: Whistleblower Compares Mormon Slush Fund to Harvard University Endowment

IRS Mandates ALL 501c3 Orgs Use 5% of Their TOTAL Assets for Charitable Purposes

Simply Stated. IF the Mormon Church Has $124 Billion in Assets Then it Must Use $6,200,000,000 for Charitable Purposes in 2018 to Qualify as a Tax-Free Charity. He points out Mormon Church Assets are Actually Much Higher.

Excerpt: Whistleblower Shows Lone Peak Advisors Organized Itself as a Charity

Conclusion: Lone Peak Advisors was Created as a SEPARATE and DISTINCT Entity to Protect Mormon Church Assets from Litigation. The Assets Belong to the Corporation of the President of the Mormon Church. Thus the Corporation of the President Must Disclose These Assets and The Accrued Gains to the IRS and Prove 5% of those Assets are Going for Charitable Purposes ANNUALLY. Otherwise, it is in violation of 501C3.