Life Cycle of a Public Charity Information, guides, forms and publications most charities will need as they proceed through the phases of their life cycle.
Stay Exempt – Tax Basics for 501(c)(3)s Online training tool to help keep an organization’s exempt status intact, consisting of five interactive courses on tax-exempt status, unrelated business income, employment issues, the Form 990 tax return, and other required disclosures.
IRS Publication 1771 Charitable Contributions: Substantiation and Disclosure Requirements.
Explains the federal tax law for charities that receive tax-deductible contributions and for taxpayers who make contributions.
Government Entities that Regulate Charitable Solicitation The following links will connect you to the web pages of the government
entity that pertains to registration compliance. They are arranged
alphabetically by state.
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