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How to Ask for Money for Your Nonprofit

You know who your donors should be. You know where you should be able to find your donors. You know the type of person that should be interested in what your nonprofit organization does and should care about its purpose…

This guide explores the basics of 501(c)(3) churches and why they should apply for tax-exempt status.

Does a Church Need 501(c)(3) Status? A Guide to IRS Rules

If you’re well-versed in the basics of 501(c)(3) organizations, you know that 501(c)(3) status requires an organization to have an IRS-determined charitable purpose. One category of qualifying charitable purposes that these organizations can hold is religious. But there is a…

This guide explores five steps to follow when a nonprofit’s 501(c)(3) status is revoked.

How to Handle a Revoked 501(c)(3) Status in 4 Steps

Some days, there are pieces of mail you really wish you didn’t receive. Bills, late notices, warranty expirations, or recalls on your car are all examples of items we’d rather not get. But one piece of mail you really don’t…

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Mixing Business and Charity

SUSTAINABILITY. That’s been the buzzword around the nonprofit space for over a decade. Organizations everywhere are looking for ways to build-in revenue streams to supplement, or even replace, traditional donations. The reality is, no matter how appealing the idea is,…

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Nonprofit Compliance Basics

After incorporating in your state and setting up your nonprofit’s 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, the biggest regulatory concern that you’ll have is maintaining ongoing compliance with the law.  The regulatory filings required for both state and federal entities are…

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