Non-Profit Legal Center explains 501c3 incorporation.
Dear Friend: If you have been trying to understand how to create your non-profit, you may be feeling frustrated or confused. You may feel paralyzed by the seemingly impossible task of establishing a 501c3 nonprofit organization and acquiring tax exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.).
If you are just starting and researching steps, you may feel overwhelmed by the staggering amount of information available. If you are trying to go from zero to full 501c3 nonprofit status, you may even feel anxious about wasting time with mistakes, not knowing what you need to know or which forms to use, or getting lost in the IRS bureaucracy. We have helped hundreds of people and organizations in starting 501c3 non-profits, ongoing compliance, and we continue to offer them valuable 501c3 advice. We’re here to help you.
We Counsel and Start 501c3 Nonprofits In All States, From New York To California
Regardless of the talents you bring to operating or creating a 501c3 nonprofit organization, dealing with the complexity of the IRS, state law, and requisite forms, all alone, can be a grinding uphill battle. Whether you are establishing a 501c3 nonprofit organization or already have one, you need an expert who has years of experience organizing and starting 501c3 nonprofits to provide you with sound 501c3 advice that can help ensure that you make the best decisions for your organization’s future.
With our help, you can put the startup process of incorporation and establishing a nonprofit on autopilot, while you focus on fundraising, networking and building your 501c3 nonprofit organization.
Free 501c3 Advice From A “How To Start A Non profit Organization” Specialist
Obviously we would like you to hire us to jump-start your nonprofit organization into high gear… to allow us to handle all the confusing tedious forms and walk your 1023 application through the IRS tax exempt process. Our services enable you to operate immediately.
If you take advantage of our Free Consultation (1-800-928-4161), you will find we are the best to hire. Our 501c3 advice and services will put your mind at ease and fully establish your 501c3 nonprofit corporation. Either way, we will give you the best possible assistance when you call. And I promise there will be no sales pitch, just useful and straight forward answers to your questions, whether about operating or establishing a 501c3 nonprofit organization. We help out all kinds of nonprofits. Call today if you are starting a church, a ministry, a school, or an international 501c3 nonprofit organization.
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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Establishing 501c3 Nonprofit
A Turnkey Solution to Receiveing Tax Deductible Contributions to your 501c3
We provide a straightforward, comprehensive turnkey solution to startup non-profits for a set fee. When you sign up for our 501c3 startup services, you can rest assured that you will have limited liability protection, responsible corporate governance, complete tax exempt status, and lawful compliance for your new nonprofit corporation.
The package includes securing your corporate name, Articles of Incorporation, bylaws, minutes of your organizational board meeting, a conflict of interest policy, your Federal ID Number (EIN), all documents necessary to open a bank account, and most importantly applications (form 1023) with the federal and state government for establishing your tax exempt status.
You will be fully compliant for your first year, and you will receive a corporate records book, free guidelines on maintaining your corporate and tax exempt status in the years to come. And we provide continued representation for those who sign up for our Ongoing Support program. Get started today.
You Can’t Legally Fundraise Until The Paper Work Is Done
IRS Form1023 or Form 1024 applications for establishing 501c3 tax exempt status are complex documents that require a lot of thought, planning, information, and time to complete properly.
For example, new organizations must create and submit financial statements for the current year and proposed budgets for the next two years, including a detailed breakdown of revenue and expenses. There are also numerous questions on Form 1023, which if answered incorrectly, will result in further administrative inquiries and hurdles by the IRS reviewing agent.
I also know how you can receive funding for your non-profit, even though you can’t legally fundraise as a 501c3 tax exempt organization until your tax exempt status is established before the IRS. This one bit of information alone can make the difference in getting started if you do not already have a big budget for operations.
Your Most Burning 501c3 Formation Question Answered!
You have questions and are looking for answers and solutions. This is exactly what we provide for our clients. We not only handle the IRS application and complete incorporation; we will educate you on exactly what we do to create your nonprofit, what the process involves, and how long it will take. We want you to understand the 501c3 advice we provide you, just not have to follow it. That’s our job.
We look forward to helping you in establishing a 501c3 nonprofit organization both quickly and easily.
Attorney and Non-Profit Consultant
P.S. If you are an already operating nonprofit, call and ask about our Ongoing Support and Compliance services. Non-profits are under increased government scrutiny due to changes to Forms 1023 and 990; fraud and scandals; as well as new post 9/11 regulations. You may be at risk for stiff penalties or expensive legal costs if your corporate documents are not in compliance. You may also lose your tax exempt status or limited liability protection for noncompliance.
Start Establishing A 501c3 Today!
- Call for a Free Consultation and Free 501c3 Advice at 1-800-928-4161
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