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We have assisted a number of non-profit companies in securing a determination from the Internal Revenue Service that they qualify as a tax-exempt entity under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c). This involves forming the company as a non-stock corporation under the appropriate state non-stock corporation statute, advising the company on how to structure the operations to comply with the requirements to gain such determination, assisting the client in completing and submitting the appropriate IRS Form (Form 1023 or Form 1024) and its attachments and responding to IRS questions and challenges after (and with respect to) such submission.
Qualifying a non-profit entity as a tax exempt entity under Section 501(c):
Copyright Copper Law LLC 2017 All Rights Reserved
Cooper Law LLC
Qualifying a non-profit entity as a tax exempt entity under Section 501(c):
We have assisted a number of non-profit companies in securing a determination from the Internal Revenue Service that they qualify as a tax-exempt entity under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c). This involves forming the company as a non-stock corporation under the appropriate state non-stock corporation statute, advising the company on how to structure the operations to comply with the requirements to gain such determination, assisting the client in completing and submitting the appropriate IRS Form (Form 1023 or Form 1024) and its attachments and responding to IRS questions and challenges after (and with respect to) such submission.