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There are a few kinds of tax-exempt nonprofit organizations, with slightly different IRS reporting and compliance requirements depending on the mission of the organization. Which sort of nonprofit do you want to be?
If you’re really serious about starting an LLC with a partner, the first step is to educate yourself about the legalities involved in bringing a business partner into the picture.
A private foundation is one type of tax-exempt nonprofit organization (also known as 501(c)(3) organizations) that receives special tax-exempt status from the IRS.
If you’re ready to take that leap into the world of incorporation, here are a few LLC filing tips you should bear in mind as you get started.
Under Texas law, a series LLC is defined as an LLC that “provides in its governing documents for the establishment of a series of members, managers, membership interests, or assets that have separate rights, obligations and liabilities and business purposes from the general LLC.”
Here are some of the biggest benefits of filing incorporation forms early.
If you ever want to start a nonprofit charitable organization, you need to know a few things about the 501(c)(3), which is the official filing status that makes an organization exempt from taxation.
Between a Limited Liability Company (LLC), C Corporation (C Corp), S Corporation (S Corp), and Nonprofit, it may be confusing to decide what is the best route for your company.
Without fulfilling the mandatory LLC publication requirement, you can’t complete all the steps necessary to legally form your LLC.
Here, we’ll go over the publication requirements for starting an LLC in the states of New York, Arizona, and Nebraska.
While not nearly as ubiquitous as LLCs, S Corporations share many of the same characteristics, though this type of business bears its own distinct advantages.