Nonprofits

See how your mission can thrive as a nonprofit. Get tips on starting and structuring your organization, filing annual reports, and more.

How to start a nonprofit

Starting a successful nonprofit requires a clear mission, doing your research, and preparing a solid business plan.

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NIL: Setting up an LLC and 501(c)(3) for student-athletes

College athletes can now profit from their name, image, and likeness. Here's how lacrosse champ Charlotte North has capitalized on the policy by…

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How do I get started with my nonprofit application?

Ready to get started with your nonprofit application? This guide will help get you started.

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Nonprofits: Unincorporated vs. incorporated

If you've formed an unincorporated association for the purpose of doing public good, incorporating as a nonprofit corporation or applying for IRS tax…

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Structuring your nonprofit: The differences between incorporation and LLC

Founders of small nonprofits are increasingly turning to LLC business structures rather than incorporating. Here's why it makes sense—and how to do…

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How to write a nonprofit business plan

While a nonprofit business plan is similar to that of a for-profit company, it has a few important differences, including the need for a fundraising…

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How to Start a Nonprofit in Florida

Forming a nonprofit organization in Florida can be a complex and time-consuming process. Learn the procedures for forming a nonprofit and securing…

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Why women are leading the U.S. small business boom, according to LegalZoom survey

The "LegalZoom: Women and the Boss Era Survey" looks at the changing dynamic for women and business and reveals that the current small business boom…

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How to start a nonprofit in Ohio

Forming an Ohio nonprofit organization is a complex process. Be sure you know the procedures for forming a nonprofit, and for securing both state and…

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Maintaining Tax Exempt Status in a Nonprofit

Keep your tax-exempt status up to date and in compliance, so you can get on with the business you really care about.

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