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Not for profit corp

Types of activities of non profit corporations may include but not limited to:


- Support of the disadvantaged members of the society, including the needy, ill, homeless etc.
- Provide disaster relief.
- Prevention of cruelty to children or animals.
- Scientific purposes, such as implement research initiatives for your community and its  members in all possible spheres of science.
- Promote cultural values, educational values, sports, literary.
- Help and/or develop your community, protect and/or develop your neighborhood.
- Create trade associations, business associations, professional associations.
- Organize Museums and Historical Societies (in some states these are entities different from nonprofit corporations, contact us for details).


Non-Profit incorporation Fees Schedule, all 50 states. All prices include state and service fees:

State

State

$

State

$

State

$

Alabama

340

Illinois

350

Montana

220

Rhode Island

250

Alaska

250

Indiana

230

Nebraska

230

South Carolina

230

Arizona

410

Iowa

220

Nevada

250

South Dakota

300

Arkansas

500

Kansas

350

New Hampshire

300

Tennessee

800

California

360

Kentucky

210

New Jersey

340

Texas

230

Colorado

325

Louisiana

260

New Mexico

230

Utah

230

Connecticut

350

Maine

250

New York

340

Vermont

280

Delaware

300

Maryland

320

North Carolina

330

Virginia

260

DC

260

Massachusetts

600

North Dakota

250

Washington

230

Florida

280

Michigan

220

Ohio

330

West Virginia

280

Georgia

425

Minnesota

250

Oklahoma

230

Wisconsin

300

Hawaii

225

Mississippi

250

Oregon

250

Wyoming

230

Idaho

230

Missouri

230

Pennsylvania

450

 

 

Depending on State legislation and requirements, the time frames for formation of a non profit corporation vary from 1 week to 8 weeks. The cases requiring special consents and approvals may take even longer.

Recommended Additions to your order:

  • Registered Agent Service - $135 per year /Registered agent is a Legal or Physical person, required (by most states) to have a physical address in the state of company registration/

  • EIN number - $95 /Registration with the Internal Revenue Service, including obtaining a Tax registration number/

  • Tax Exempt status-$1500

Optional Additions to Your Order:

*Shipping UPS to be quoted separately, depends on the country of destination


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A non-profit organization (abbreviated "NPO", or "non-profit" or "not-for-profit") is an organization whose primary objective is to support an issue or matter of private interest or public concern for non-commercial purposes, without concern for monetary profit. A nonprofit organization may be involved in a wide range of areas relating to the arts, social issues, charities, early childhood education, healthcare, politics, religion, research, sports or some other endeavor.


In the United States, nonprofit organizations are normally formed by incorporating in the state in which they expect to do business. The act of incorporating creates a legal entity enabling the organization to be treated as a corporation under law and to enter into business dealings, form contracts, and own property as any other individual or for-profit corporation may do.


Nonprofits can have members but many do not. The nonprofit may also be a trust or association of members. The organization may be controlled by its members who elect the Board of Directors, Board of Governors or Board of Trustees. Nonprofits may have a delegate structure to allow for the representation of groups or corporations as members. Alternately, it may be a non-membership organization and the board of directors may elect its own successors.


A primary difference between a nonprofit and a for-profit corporation is that a nonprofit does not issue stock or pay dividends, (for example, The Code of the Commonwealth of Virginia includes the Non-Stock Corporation Act that is used to incorporate nonprofit entities) and may not enrich its directors. However, like for-profit corporations, nonprofits may still have employees and can compensate their directors within reasonable bounds.


In the United States, after a recognized type of legal entity has been formed at the state level, it is customary for the nonprofit organization to seek tax exempt status with respect to its income tax obligations. That is typically done by applying to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), although statutory exemptions exist for limited types of nonprofit organizations. The IRS, after reviewing the application to ensure the organization meets the conditions to be recognized as a tax exempt organization (such as the purpose, limitations on spending, and internal safeguards for a charity [1]), may issue an authorization letter to the nonprofit granting it tax exempt status for income tax payment, filing, and deductibility purposes. The exemption does not apply to other Federal taxes such as employment taxes. Additionally, a tax-exempt organization must pay federal tax on income that is unrelated to their exempt purpose.[2] Failure to maintain operations in conformity to the laws may result in an organization losing its tax exempt status.


Also in the United States, individual states and localities offer nonprofits exemptions from other taxes such as sales tax or property tax. Federal tax-exempt status does not guarantee exemption from state and local taxes. These exemptions generally have separate application processes and their requirements may differ from the IRS requirements. Furthermore, even a tax exempt organization may be required to file annual financial reports at the state and federal level.


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