Here is the definitive guide for arts groups, educators, social service agencies, environmentalists and anyone who wants to start a nonprofit organization. It shows step-by-step how to form and operate a tax-exempt nonprofit corporation in all 50 states, and includes complete instructions for obtaining federal (501)(c)(3) tax exemption and for qualifying for public charity status with the IRS. Illustrations.
Author: Mary Ann Hallenborg
Publisher: Mary Ann Hallenborg
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Business & Economics
"The New York Landlord's Law Book" explains New York landlord-tenant law in comprehensive, understandable terms, and gives landlords the tools they need to head off problems with tenants and government agencies alike.
Author: Anthony Mancuso Attorney
Release Date: 2011-05-09
Create a nonprofit in your state without spending big on attorney's fees! The process of becoming a tax-exempt organization may appear intimidating, but with How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation, you can do it quickly, easily and with confidence. This bestselling book includes complete instructions for obtaining federal 501(c)(3) tax exemption and for qualifying for public charity status with the IRS. It will help you: complete an IRS tax-exemption application prepare articles of incorporation write the bylaws of your nonprofit fill in minutes of the organizational meeting understand your state's specific nonprofit requirements The 10th edition is completely updated to reflect the latest changes in the law, and includes contact information for finding updated state-specific instructions. You'll also get information on new online services and options related to forming your nonprofit. Plus, all the forms you need are included in this complete guide. Are you a California resident? Check out How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation in California.
Author: Anthony Mancuso
Release Date: 2017-06-26
Genre: Business & Economics
Form a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit in your state The process of becoming a tax-exempt organization may appear intimidating, but with How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation, you can do it quickly, easily, and with confidence. You’ve got a cause you care about—now you just need the legal status that will help your organization raise money and work for that cause. Here, you’ll find all the forms and information you need to turn your group into a tax-exempt nonprofit. With How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation, you can form a nonprofit corporation in any state and gain 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status with the IRS. We provide step-by-step instructions for both IRS Form 1023 and the streamlined Form 1023-EZ federal tax-exemption application for smaller nonprofits. Learn how to: choose a legal name prepare articles of incorporation and bylaws for your nonprofit obtain federal and state tax-exempt status fill in minutes of the organizational meeting, and establish a corporate records book. This edition reflects the latest changes in the law, and includes contact information for finding updated state-specific instructions. It also provides information on B (benefit) corporations and other hybrid nonprofit entities that are allowed to both do good and make a profit.
Author: Ronald A. Landskroner
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Business & Economics
An essential resource for the nonprofit industry The Nonprofit Manager's Resource Directory is a comprehensive listing of resources nonprofits need-and need to know about-to keep their organizations running. With over 3,000 entries, the Directory lists trade associations, publications, online sites, nonprofit-oriented products, and service providers. Its extensive, cross-referenced index allows users to find information basic to managing a nonprofit, including assessment and evaluation, financial management, governance, human resource management, information technology, legal issues, professional and resource development, volunteerism, and international information. Cross-referenced to this is a breakdown by section detailing the type of information provided, including names of providers of products and services, support and advocacy organizations, periodicals, and publications. The CD-ROM version will have a searchable database offering fingertip access to the Directory's listings.
For the more than twenty million Americans who are self-employed and offer their services on a contract basis, "Wage Slave No More" is the book to have. This second edition tells the reader how to successfully meet business start-up requirements, comply with strict IRS rules, draft solid consulting and independent contract agreements and get paid in full and on time. It includes complete coverage of the major changes brought about the the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. Please see "Consultant and Independent Contractor Agreements" for all the legal forms and agreements necessary either to work as an independent contractor of consultant or to run a home-based business.
Author: Laurence A. Canter
Release Date: 2000-02-01
With all the necessary forms and the step-by-step Instructions to fill them out, this comprehensive book covers every possible way to legally enter and inhabit the United States. The 5th edition has been completely revised and updated.
Author: Barbara Kate Repa
Release Date: 2000
A guide for small to mid-sized employers explains how to discipline workers and identify and positively address problem behaviors while describing valid reasons for termination and the documentation required to support the procedure.