Note: The updated Alabama Do Your Own Nonprofit is now available in Amazon Edition (ISBN 978-1-63308-339-4) and 3rd Edition (ISBN 978-1-63308-392-9). Both new books contain up-to-the-minute information for 2018, expanded coverage of nonprofits, and will be revised if any changes occur in laws or state and federal procedures. We added the Amazon Edition to eliminate backorder issues from competing distributors and to qualify for free shipping with Amazon Prime.
How will your nonprofit idea make the world a better place? Whose lives will you change? What are you waiting for?
This book includes up to the minute coverage, including IRS Form 1023-EZ that became effective July 1, 2014. Designed to give you just what you need to move from one task to the next in logical order, you can get most of the process completed in a weekend if you get serious about it, especially if you are a brand new organization just getting started. It couldn't be easier or faster. Clear your calendar, roll up your sleeves and get to work. Success is just ahead!
A straight shot to IRS approval in orderly steps with no guesswork including:
- Step by step guidance
- Specific state requirements
- EXACT Mandatory IRS language
- Line by line coverage of IRS Form 1023 and all schedules
- Interactive Form i1023 and the NEW Form 1023-EZ
- Reinstatement after automatic revocation
- Free access to dozens of approved IRS packages and narratives
- Templates for Certificate of Formation and Bylaws including mandatory IRS clauses
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About the Author
She is a lifelong "extravagant cheapskate" who enjoys doing big things on small budgets.
Her favorite scripture is "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." As a teacher, she lives by Albert Einstein's famous "if you cannot explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."
She is also the author of Nonprofit Touchdown: Winning The 501c3 Game Against IRS which covers all 50 states instead of just Alabama. You do not need both books, either will work well.