Nonprofits are eligible to apply for 501(c)(3) tax exemption if their purpose is to become a charitable, religious, scientific or educational organization. After gaining the 501(c)(3) status, organizations obtain various benefits to help their cause. We can help your organization attain 501(c)(3) federal tax exemption status so that you can receive the benefits listed below.

  • Tax Exemption – your organization is exempt from federal and state corporatetaxes. Further, in some states and some types of organization may be exempt fromsales taxes and property taxes.

  • Legitimacy and Credibility – Being recognized by the IRS as a 501c3 will makeyour organization more official and credible in the eyes of the public and otherentities.

  • Deducibility of Donations – Your individual and corporate donors will be able todeduct their donations from their personal and corporate taxes. Your organization canacknowledge and thank its donors by providing a tax deduction receipts for cash andnon-cash donations.

  • Grant Eligibility – Foundations, corporations and government grants nearly exclusivelyrequire nonprofits to be 501c3’s in order to receive grants or donations. They won’t evenconsider an organization that is not registered as a 501(c)(3) entity. Once you areapproved you will be listed with the IRS and receive an IRS Letter of Determination toprove your status when applying for grants and seeking corporate donations.

  • Limited Liability Protection – Nonprofit corporations provide their founders, officersand directors with protection against personal liability for the activities of the nonprofit.

  • Discounted Postage rates – 501c3 Nonprofits can obtain discount postage rates andspecial non-profit mailing privileges. The United States Postal Service gives nonprofitsthe option to take advantage of special bulk mailing rates which can in turn save a lotin postage.

  • Discounts on Publicity – Many media outlets often give free or discounted rates forpublic service announcements and press releases from nonprofit organizations.When planning to advertise an event or make an announcement, be sure to tell theoutlet that you are a 501(c)(3).

  • Perpetual Existence – A nonprofit corporation survives the life of its founders.

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