Starting a Nonprofit: Upsides, Downsides and Alternatives
January 1, 2013 - December 31, 2016
This interactive, online presentation will help you determine if becoming a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity is the best choice for your organization. The presentation covers:
- A true/false “quiz” about nonprofit organizations
- Steps to form a nonprofit organization
- The “benefits” and “burdens” of being a nonprofit
- The role of a nonprofit board of directors
- Questions to ask before forming a new nonprofit
- Alternatives to filing for tax-exemption, including fiscal sponsorship arrangements
Please note: In July 2014, the Internal Revenue Service introduced a new, 3-page Form 1023-EZ, which is filed online and which may be filed by smaller organizations that have actual or projected gross revenues of less than $50,000 per year. Organizations that qualify to use Form 1023-EZ do not have to provide a three-year budget with their application and pay a reduced 1023 filing fee of $400. To learn more about form 1023-EZ, go to: http://www.irs.gov/uac/About-Form-1023EZ
Thus, in light of this new Form please note that some of the information contained in Slides 14 and 25 (need to file the regular Form 1023, and need to file a 3-year budget) is not applicable to all groups.
SPEAKER: Maurice K. Segall, Esq., Director, New York and Fairfield, CT Program, Pro Bono Partnership
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