A concise reference on the legal aspects of not-for-profit organizations. Provides brief discussion on forming the organization, qualifying it with the IRS, coping with fundraising regulation, avoiding unrelated income taxation and loss of tax exemption, trustee liability, lobbying constraints, political activities, and employee compensation. By the author of the monthly newsletter The Nonprofit Counsel.
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Table of Contents
STARTING A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION.
Why Start a Nonprofit Organization?
Debunking Some Myths and Misperceptions.
Nonprofit Organizations...There's Much More Than Charity.
Nonprofits and Private Benefit.
Tax Exemption: The Art of Application.
Tax Exemption Is Not a Paperwork Exemption.
The Basic Charitable Giving Rules.
Charity Under Seige: The Regulation of Fund-Raising.
Compensating the Nonprofit Employee.
TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS CAN BE TAXABLE...AND SO CAN THEIR MANAGERS.
Be Public, Not Private.
When Possible, Make It Related.
The Lobbying Constraintsand Taxes.
Political Activitiesand More Taxes.
HELPFUL HINTS AND SUCCESSFUL TECHNIQUES.
Use of For-Profit Subsidiaries.
Tax-Exempt Organizations and Partnerships.
The World of Planned Giving.
Putting Ideas into Action.
NONPROFITS: WHITHER THE FUTURE?
A Short-Range Look.
A Long-Range Look.
Nonprofit Organization Checklist.