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5 Things You Must Do If The IRS Revokes Your 501(c)(3) Status

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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Can A Nonprofit Change Its Mission?

Healthy things grow.  That goes for both people and organizations.  All but the smallest of businesses grow and evolve over time.  Often it is a necessity to keep up with changes in the business environment, regulatory change, or simply changes…

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How to Plant a Church: A Guide To Successful Startups

With a recent decline in church attendance, there is a growing need to expand your ministry’s outreach. If you’re looking for ways to engage churchgoers and successfully spread your faith, church planting is a great solution. Whether you’re already 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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