Check out some of our educational resources and free downloads below to learn more about the 501c3 process!
- 501c3 Advantages
- State Tax-Exempt Status
- Nonprofits Operating Abroad
- Private Foundations
- 501c3 Status Revoked
- New York is Different
- Charitable Solicitation Registration
- Donor Advised Funds
- Political Involvement and Lobbying
- Churches and Schools
- What is a Church?
- Does a Church Need IRS Status?
- What is a School?
- IRS Expedited Handling
- Beware Quick 501c3 Status
501c3 and Related Downloads
Our 501c3 service is as complete as it possibly can be. But sometimes, you may be able to use some other resources we have for you once you are a client of ours. Your mission is SO important to make this a better world for all the people you will be helping. We’re with you all they way, and we want to give you everything you need!
Unless you have some complex tax issues, you won’t need a CPA until your nonprofit brings in over $50,000 per year. (Under $50,000, it’s a simple 5-minute Internet filing once a year, no financials.)
Use our corporate checkup to make sure you are current and in compliance with state and federal regulations. The link to that will be in our final letter we email to you after you have received your 501c3 Determination Letter.
There are organizations that want to trick you into believing that you need to use their service for your nonprofit corporation to stay in compliance with your state.
They look very official as if they are actually coming from your state. Here is an example of a prominent California (but your state may be quite different; these organizations are very skillful at making their solicitation appear to be very “official” looking): http://www.501c3GO.com/Corporate_Compliance.pdf.
FINALLY, WE ARE HERE FOR YOU IN THE YEARS TO COME.
We get calls from clients going back decades, asking us questions. After you get your 501c3 status, you’re still in our family. We still love you and will help you as we are able.
It can be an exciting endeavor when embarking on a new venture. If you’re an upcoming entrepreneur, setting up the legal structures will be the
What is a Group Exemption Letter? The IRS sometimes recognizes a group of organizations as tax-exempt if they are affiliated with a central organization. This
FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL—A House committee chairman called on President Barack Obama to fire the Internal Revenue Service commissioner, John Koskinen, over his handling
National Taxpayer Advocate Delivers Annual Report to Congress; Focuses on Taxpayer Service and Taxpayer Bill of Rights IR-2015-02, Jan. 14, 2015 WASHINGTON — National Taxpayer
Should an organization disclose nonprofit information? “A complete stranger asked me for a copy of my organization’s annual return. She said if I don’t give
Do charitable contributions figure in to your nonprofit? Of course they do, and here is information that you can pass on to your donors about