Nonprofit Law Blogs
Navigating Nonprofit Tax Laws
Navigating the tax laws of a nonprofit is daunting. In this article by Cullinane Law Group, Mollie Cullinane discusses the necessary IRS forms nonprofits are responsible for filing. As a nonprofit, you want to fully disclose your mission, programs, and finances to the public, as a means to gain credibility. Proper reporting to the IRS makes this an easy task.
Steering Clear of Politics in the Workplace
Our nation has just endured one of the most talked about elections in living memory. Creating a topic of great division that has hardly stayed away from the workplace. A “Hot Topic” if there ever was one, you can bet this is something the majority of business owners want their employees staying away from. In this article, Lisa M. Brauner discussed how to stay out of “Hot Water” before the final vote, and can only carry more meaning given the outcome.
Impact2030 Innovating the Private Sector
On a mission to innovate the private sector, Ambassador Marc-Andre Blanchard, the Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations, believes the key to change is transformation in the form of innovation. In this article, Jamie Serino explains the many lessons we can learn from the Ambassador.
Potential Change to Ban Created by Johnson Amendment
Discussing the Bloomberg report, the Nonprofit Law Prof Blog takes a look at the newly introduced bill H.R.6195. The proposed bill would allow 501(c)(3) organizations to make political statements. Some fear the language of this bill is far too broad, and would do nothing but create additional negative issues with enforcement.
Washington’s Business and Occupation Tax Liability
CharityLawyer Blog is published Ellis Carter, the founder of Carter Law Group, a law firm with offices in Phoenix, Arizona and Seattle, Washington. In their latest blog post, Ellis Carter discusses tax exemptions and occupation tax.
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Erin Bradrick
535 Mission Street, 14th Floor, San Francisco CA
Nonprofit 101: Forming a Nonprofit & Applying for Tax Exemption Under IRS Code Section 501 (c)(3)
NEO Law Group
Jason J. Kohout
777 East Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee WI
Exploring Conversions from For-profit Status to Nonprofit Status
Foley & Lardner LLP
Richard F. Riley Jr.
Washington Harbour3000 K Street, N.W. Suite 600, Washington DC
Exploring Conversions from For-profit Status to Nonprofit Status
Foley & Lardner LLP
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