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Forming a Non-Profit Corporation (also known as a Not-for-profit Corporation) provides personal asset protection and formalization of your business structure. Entities must qualify under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c). The IRS will deem an organization eligible.

The Benefits Of a Non-Profit Corporation Include:
  • Protect your personal assets with liability protection
  • Establish a structure in which investors can invest in the business.
  • Provide a public service.
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Why form a Non-Profit Corporation?

Chances are you’ve considered the key benefits of forming a Non-Profit Corporation (public benefit corporation) :

  • Non-Profit Corporations are typically charity or service organization.
  • They may be organized as a not-for-profit corporation or as a trust, a cooperative, or they exist informally. A very similar type of organization termed a supporting organization operates like a foundation, but they are more complicated to administer, hold more favorable tax status and are restricted in the public charities they support.

What happens when you file a Non-Profit Corporation? Non-Profit Corporations are formed by filing Articles of Incorporation in the state in which the business will operate. The act of incorporating creates a legal entity. The organization is then treated as a corporation by law and can enter into business dealings, form contracts, and own property like any other corporation. Once the Articles of Incorporation are filed, the Non-Profit Corporation must then undertake the proper filings with the IRS to qualify for tax-exempt status.

In summary, a Non-profit Corporation (or Not-For-Profit Corporation) has the following benefits:

  • A Non-Profit Corporation provides liability protection. Separation of business and personal assets of the owners is critical. A Non-Profit Corporation provides for the separation of these assets while serving as a public purpose.
  • The Non-Profit Corporation creates the legal framework for business to offer services for the general good. Forming a nonprofit corporation is much like creating a regular corporation, except that Non-profit Corporations must take the extra steps of applying for tax-exempt status with the IRS and their state tax division.
  • If the business qualifies for tax exempt status, the Non-Profit Corporation will not have to pay tax on certain income. Non-Profit Corporations must still pay employment taxes, but in some states may be exempt from paying sales tax. Non-profits may also have to pay ‘unrelated business income taxes’ if the income is not substantially related to the charitable purpose.
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