Starting a Nonprofit: Upsides, Downsides and Alternatives
September 5, 2012
12:00PM - 2:00PM
This teleconference will help you determine if becoming a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity is the best choice for your organization. The speaker will discuss the pros and cons of forming a nonprofit organization, the benefits and responsibilities of being incorporated and tax exempt, the alternatives to filing for tax exemption, and the responsibilities of a nonprofit board.
SPEAKER: Christine Michelle Duffy, Esq., Senior Staff Attorney, Pro Bono Partnership
REGISTRATION: Registration closes August 31, 2012. Teleconference call-in information will be emailed to the email address provided during registration on or before September 4, 2012.
Please be advised that, if you register for any of the above workshops, unless we hear from you otherwise, we will include you as part of our regular contact list.
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