Legal Advice for Non-Profit Formation — 9 results
Written by attorney Jacklin Rad-Rastegar, 3 months ago.
As a Nonprofit, the high cost of unemployment tax can become burdensome to a budget and staff that is already stretched thin and it is difficult to impossible to pass this cost on to donors.... more
Written by attorney John Knobelsdorf, over 1 year ago.
DO YOU KNOW WHY YOUR ADDRESS MATTERS?
IT DOES FOR A TEXAS NON-PROFIT
Rare Form Can Cause Involuntary Dissolution. The Texas Secretary of States office sends out information requests.... more
Written by attorney James Olsen, over 1 year ago.
Most everyone has attended church where food is prepared for and sold, usually in a potluck form, as we break bread and share a meal with fellow congregants. However, many churches, other... more
Written by attorney Daniel Friedson, about 1 year ago.
This checklist of questions for nonprofit organizations is intended to be basic rather than comprehensive. It does not cover a lot. Always consult an attorney before starting the 501(c)(3)... more
Written by attorney Michael Kelley, over 1 year ago.
Anyone who does business is likely to encounter disputes sooner or later, either with suppliers, distributors, competitors, or customers. While these and other disagreements may simply come... more
Written by attorney Frank Natoli, over 1 year ago.
Non-Profits as Businesses
Have you been considering whether to start a non-profit versus a for-profit company? Operating as a non-profit does not mean that the principals in the... more
Written by attorney Kerry Blasingim, over 1 year ago.
I remember my first nonprofit formation; it was during a semester I spent at Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts of Massachusetts. We didnt realize, at first, that we were going to have to do a... more
Written by attorney Benjamin Flavin, over 3 years ago.
There has been much debate on the benefit of blending a not-for-profit mission with a for-profit bottom line. Traditionally not-for-profit organizations have had faced a daunting challenge... more
Written by attorney Eric B. Dick, almost 4 years ago.
Part 1: Starting Out
Step 1 - Organizing Documents
To qualify for exemption under section
501(c)(3), an organization must be organized exclusively for purposes described
in that... more
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