Legal guide for nonprofit organizations

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Published by Secretary of State in [Columbus, Ohio] .

Written in English

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Statementproduced by Columbus Bar Association and Bob Taft, Secretary of State
ContributionsColumbus Bar Association, Ohio. Secretary of State
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Pagination1 folded sheet (10 p.) ;
Number of Pages10
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Open LibraryOL15257007M

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acteristics of a nonprofit organization is the absence of a profit motive in its operations. A business enterprise is established to earn profits from the products or services it sells, and to distribute those profits to its owners (share-holders, partners, or members).

A: Simply put, a (c)(3) is a nonprofit organization in which donors' contributions are tax deductible. This is the most attractive form of nonprofit organizations as it encourages giving by important benefactors.

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The book is not intended to replace experienced professionals, but instead help organize and focus the work of individuals responsible for forming a combination of nonprofit organizations. The appendix contains the statutes regulating legal combinations of nonprofits in 12 key states where the majority of nonprofits are likely incorporated.

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Forming a nonprofit corporation is much like creating a regular corporation, except that nonprofits have to take the extra steps of applying for tax-exempt status with the IRS and their state tax is what you need to do: Choose an available business name that meets the requirements of state law.; File formal paperwork, usually called articles of incorporation, and.

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The logic goes as follows: Nonprofit and for-profit corporations are not natural persons, meaning that they have rights and responsibilities but cannot read, write, think, or execute for themselves; corporations need a human group or person to do so and to guide decisions so that they positively influence the organization and the commitments it.

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NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS A LEGAL GUIDE The purpose of this booklet is to provide information to community groups and organizations, which may be considering incorporating as “Not-For-Profit”, organizations.

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In economic terms, it is an organization using its surplus of the revenues to further achieve its ultimate objective, rather than distributing its income to the. classifications of different types of nonprofit organizations under Washington State law (see Part 2 of this Handbook for more information) and different types of tax-exempt organizations, one of which is for charitable organizations exempt under section (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code ofamended (also referred to.

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While nonprofit foundations recognized as (c)(3) organizations enjoy exemptions from federal income taxation, most domestic, tax-exempt private foundations are responsible for paying excise taxes on their net investment : Cindy Deruyter.

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