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Starting a Nonprofit Organization 

Establishing Your Purpose-Driven Organization

You are passionate about your cause, and you can’t wait to start your nonprofit, begin operating and serving your purpose! 

But you’ve found that the process of preparing the legal, financial, and tax documents to be both frustrating, confusing, or just too time consuming.

But you don’t have to go it alone.

We are a firm with extensive experience in representing nonprofits, and we offer a complete, start-up package on a flat fee basis for many new public charities and private foundations. 

The flat-fee we charge for a typical start-up is based on the nature of your organization’s proposed activities, anticipated annual revenue, and our experience regarding the level of additional documentation and follow-up with the IRS that will be required to obtain an exemption.

Certain activities increase the likelihood of IRS follow-up questions, and may not be appropriate for a flat fee. These include, by way of example, schools, hospitals, organizations with foreign activities, and organizations basing their tax exemption on novel or untested theories.

We invite you to review a list of our representative clients, review some of their recommendations, and to contact us for an In-Depth Strategy Session with an Attorney. Learn about the process of forming a nonprofit entity, achieving tax-exempt status and giving your nonprofit the best possible start.

 

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