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Tony - In his 20’s, Tony was playing guitar in a rock band and assumed that his hearing loss was due to exposure to loud music. By his mid-30s, Tony’s hearing had deteriorated and became a concern. He was a surfer, living in Hawaii, and assumed that increased hearing loss was a result of chronic “surfer’s ear” - a condition of the ear canal where lumps develop on the bony lining under the skin, eventually causing blockage of the ear canal. <Read More>

The Nonprofit Integrity Act of 2004: Public Disclosure of Audited Statements

Audited statements (those required by the Act, as well as those actually prepared by charitable organizations required to file reports with the Attorney General, even if not required by the Act) must be made available for inspection by the Attorney General and by the general public no later than nine months after the close of the fiscal year to which the statements relate. Inspection of audited statements by the general public shall be accomplished by following the disclosure rules applicable to Form 990. Thus, audited statements must be made available to the public for a period of three years at the charitable organization?s (1) principal, regional, and district offices during regular business hours and (2) by mailing a copy to any person who so requests in person or in writing, or, alternatively, by posting the audited statements to the charitable organization?s website. Treas. Regs. ??301.6104(d)-1(a) and (d)-2. (Gov. Code ? 12586(e)(1).)

In compliance with the requirements described above, the House Ear Institute makes available the following financial statements in .pdf format:?

Financial statements for the years:
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010