In Part 4 of this series, we will look at restrictions on political activities and on benefiting from nonprofits (private benefit and private inurement), and how to avoid getting into trouble with the IRS on those issues.
In Part 3 of this series, we discuss the different categories of nonprofit organizations that the IRS recognizes as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3).
In this post, we discuss important initial steps in the nonprofit formation process, including selecting directors and officers, preparing your organization’s governing documents, and formalizing your organization on the state level.
In the first installment of this series on forming nonprofit organizations, we provide a framework for understanding what you will need to consider before starting a nonprofit.
Ministries and non-profits often rely on the help of volunteers or interns. While most volunteers are willing to donate their time, they may not be agreeing to donate their intellectual property.
Why companies like Google have scaled back their free meal programs for employees working remotely, and why the tax issues involved matter for other businesses too.
Under what circumstances can directors of a corporation be personally liable for decisions taken by the board? This post explains where personal exposure might exist for board members.
What are some ways you can implement “corporate social responsibility” in your business or nonprofit and give back to the community?
A multi-chapter resource about the basic terms used in agency law to describe a principal-agent relationship, and gives an overview of the general duties between an agent and principal.
This is a guest post by Eric L. Nesbitt, who practices real estate law. Your Church should carefully review a commercial lease for permissive or restrictive use clauses, parking lot use, hours of access to the property, and responsibility for property damage.