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Science Fiction Writers of America – Tax Returns – 2010, 2011 & 2012

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Transparency is everything. Just ask the President of the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA)  . . .  i.e. John “No Balls” Scalzi. Why was there such a long delay in filing the organizations tax returns and annual reports. What say you John “No Balls” Scalzi?

The Write Agenda is pleased to see that the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) has become increasingly more prudent in filing their tax returns and Annual Reports. We are pleased to share with you the tax returns of the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) from 2010 – 2012. We’re not certain if our previous articles (below) stimulated its President (John “No Balls” Scalzi) into action or not. However, the organization (SFWA) now appears to be in compliance with State and Federal agencies.

Annual Reports of SFWA are (were) a Fantasy: Conflicts with Bi-Laws, Responsible Leadership and Timeliness

2005 – 2008 Tax Returns

2010 Tax Return: 2010-042977509-07fa00e2-9O

2011 Tax Return: 2011-042977509-07f9e3f5-9O

2012 Tax Return: 2012-042977509-08965315-9O

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