Category Archives: Nonprofit lawyer

Starting a Nonprofit?

The IRS Form 1023 EZ makes it extremely easy and less expensive for applicants to apply to the IRS for recognition as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit. While serving on the IRS Advisory Committee on Tax Exempt and Government Entities … Continue reading

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25 Quotes (and counting) for the Nonprofit Sector

On this gorgeous autumn day filled with yellow leaves one is reminded that working in the nonprofit sector requires maintaining a sense of humor and perspective. Vu Le in his recent Nonprofit with Balls’ blog “25 quotes by famous people … Continue reading

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Shifting the Burden of Taxes to a Simpler Form and Tax Rate

When corporations and individuals do not pay taxes because of deductions, depreciation and credits, the relevant question is to whom does the burden of taxation shift? Do you want a simpler¬†federal tax code that is easier to understand, pay, and … Continue reading

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