501(c)(3) Business Development

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501(c)(3) Business Development

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The 501c3 application is a critical next step in organizing your nonprofit after your Articles of Incorporation are filed in your state. This IRS application is needed to make contributions to your non-profit tax deductible.  This fee is for completion of the application, consulting and business development.  The mandatory IRS filing fee will be invoiced to you before filing the 501(c)(3) application.

Standard- $549 + IRS federal filing fee

  • Creation of 501(c)(3) paperwork
  • Completion of 501(c)(3) application
  • IRS Filing
  • Nonprofit Corporate Binder
  • Registered Agent (90 days)

Standard- $749 + IRS federal filing fee

  • Creation of 501(c)(3) paperwork
  • Completion of 501(c)(3) application
  • IRS Filing
  • Nonprofit Corporate Binder
  • Registered Agent (1 year)
  • Annual Report Assistance (1st year)
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Standard- $549 + IRS federal filing fee

  • Creation of 501(c)(3) paperwork
  • Completion of 501(c)(3) application
  • IRS Filing
  • Nonprofit Corporate Binder
  • Registered Agent (90 days)

Standard- $749 + IRS federal filing fee

  • Creation of 501(c)(3) paperwork
  • Completion of 501(c)(3) application
  • IRS Filing
  • Nonprofit Corporate Binder
  • Registered Agent (1 year)
  • Annual Report Assistance (1st year)

What is a 501(c)(3)?

Section 501(c)(3) is the portion of the US Internal Revenue Code that allows for federal tax exemption of nonprofit organizations, specifically those that are considered public charities, private foundations or private operating foundations. 

 

Benefits of Tax-Exempt Status under IRC Section 501(c)(3)

Tax exemption under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3) provides a number of benefits to include:

  • Exemption from Federal income tax

  • Tax-deductible contributions

  • Possible exemption from state income, sales, and employment taxes

  • Reduced postal rates;

  • Exemption from Federal unemployment tax

  • Tax-exempt financing

  • More access to grants and sponsorships