Things move slowly at the IRS, which is just as well because it’s a big institution that touches the lives of just about everyone. When they do make a change it can impact a lot of people and businesses. The IRS has made changes for 2018 that affect anybody starting a nonprofit. If you want to get 501(c)(3) status and haven’t yet submitted your application, you should read on.
Kansas—also known as The Sunflower State—is located in the heart of the United States and is exactly the same distance from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans! Because of its central location, Kansas has become an increasingly important distribution hub and also boasts a significant aerospace and agricultural sector.
Massachusetts is one of a handful of states organized as
The Bluegrass State is known for many things: the Kentucky Derby, the Cumberland Gap, bourbon whiskey, and beautiful mountainous countryside. Natural wonders abound: Mammoth Cave is the world’s longest known cave system and Kentucky has more navigable miles of river than any state in the continental United States, which is remarkable considering it is 37th in size.
The Great Lake State is the 11th largest by area and 10th by population. Michigan’s state capital is Lansing but its best known city is Detroit, the traditional home of the US auto industry. The state has many stunning natural features including the great lakes Michigan, Huron, and Superior and the sparsely populated, heavily-forested upper peninsula. Despite being known for heavy industry, Michigan ranks 3rd of all states in terms of Research and Development expenditure.
The Pine Tree State is the northernmost state in New England. It is known for its rugged, rocky coastline, picturesque, forested inland, and seafood, such as clams and lobster. Maine is one of the most sparsely populated states in the United States, which combined with stunning natural beauty, make it a popular place to vacation.