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Formulario 990 de la ICANN correspondiente al año fiscal 2013

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La ICANN presentó su Formulario 990 correspondiente al año fiscal que finaliza el 30 de junio de 2013 ante la Autoridad Fiscal de los Estados Unidos (IRS) el 13 de mayo de 2014 en cumplimiento de la prórroga concedida hasta el 15 de mayo de 2014. El Formulario 990 es el formulario impositivo en los Estados Unidos para organismos exentos de impuesto a las ganancias de conformidad con la sección 501(c) del Código Tributario Interno. La ICANN continúa trabajando con responsabilidad y transparencia sobre sus resultados financieros; el Formulario 990 que se ha presentado se encuentra disponible en la página de "Información Financiera de la ICANN" dentro del sitio, y también se lo presenta en el presente anuncio.

El Formulario 990 de la ICANN correspondiente al año fiscal 2013 ya se encuentra publicado [PDF, 1,36 MB] y está disponible para la comunidad. Se invita a la comunidad a realizar una revisión del Formulario 990 de la ICANN y presentar comentarios y/o preguntas sobre este.

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