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IRS Changes 1023 Filing Fees for 2018

Feb 8, 2018 1:45:15 PM / by John West posted in Exemption, 501c3, 1023, how to start a nonprofit

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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.

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Why Some Organizations Cannot File the 1023-EZ

Dec 14, 2017 1:02:00 PM / by Alexis Pastrana posted in 1023, 1023-EZ, 501c3, Exemption, tax exempt, tax exempt status

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In a previous blog post, we discussed the difference between the form 1023 and 1023-EZ. Form 1023 is a long form that requires extensive narrative concerning your organization such as, your whistle blower policy, dissolution clause, etc., and the 1023-EZ is the streamlined version that consists of checkboxes that rely on your trust that all of the information is accurate and accounted for.

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Public Charities vs. Private Foundations

Oct 4, 2017 3:00:00 PM / by Alexis Pastrana posted in 1023, 501c3, Incorporation, Compliance, non-profit, public charities, private foundations

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Public charities and private foundations, though often used interchangeably, are two different kinds of tax-exempt organizations. Public charities are known for doing charitable services and private foundations are known for supporting the work of public charities. They are closely related but there are some key components that make them different. Below are two definitions provided by google of what a public charity and a private foundation is.

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