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Fill a confidential questionnaire. Answer a few questions about your business and yourself. We will send in your form for review and begin the process of filing shortly.

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While we help you file the documents and important paperwork with the state secretary, you get a chance to focus on other matters related to your non-profit incorporation.

Receive Your Non-Profit Documents

Upon, official approval from the concerned state authorities, we will gather your documents, make a package, and send it to you via email and state postal services.

Why Incorporate a Non Profit?

As a non-profit, you are entitled to certain benefits and advantages

Assets Protection

Nonprofits remain secure from the attacks of creditors and debtors. This means that no one can access your personal liabilities and assets through court or legal procedures. With the help of this added advantage, you will never be held liable for personal debts.

Business Longevity

The beauty about a non-profit organization is that it remains operational even when the owner managing the organization steps down. Your non-profit will always exist as a separate entity, which, in turn, is an attractive nature for donors who seek increased and continued societal impact.

Tax Exemption

While other business entities have to pay taxes, as a non-profit you can receive tax exemption status, provided, of course, you file the necessary paperwork. These taxes include corporate and other types of taxes that most companies have to file.

Raise Capital

It is easier for nonprofits to get public grants to raise sufficient capital. For instance, under IRS exempt status, a nonprofit is eligible to receive tax-deductible donations from third parties. This also means that as a nonprofit not only can you raise money for a good cause, but the state will also grant you certain tax exemptions.


Starting a nonprofit gives you an opportunity to do something good for society and the people around you. It is a cause-driven and purpose-oriented business that provides complete satisfaction in more ways than you can imagine.


Running a nonprofit organization can help you earn nationwide acknowledgment with a special place in society. A real non-profit with a dedicated goal and cause can also help change people’s lives. In turn, these nonprofits are viewed as society-changers than just money-making organizations.

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Non Profit Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re working towards a charitable goal, it’s quite simple to set up a nonprofit. Ideally, you will be obliged by the IRS to structure your organization for purposes such as literature, a genuine public cause, religion, environment, charity, science, research, women and children safety, animal cruelty, etc. All in all, in order to start a nonprofit you must fulfill a societal cause and work towards building a better future as an organization.

On legal grounds, a nonprofit has no owners or shareholders. An entity such as a nonprofit, sometimes also termed as a non-stock corporation can function even after the person managing the organization steps down. This means that no one owns shares and profits when working with a nonprofit.

The only exception, in this case, is that of employees who volunteer to work with a nonprofit. They will be salaried based on their role. However, the salaries do not mean that you can manage to extract a heavy check. It will be decided upon the discretion of higher authorities whether to pay you unlimited or not.

The answer to this question is not straightforward. Ideally, the cost of starting a nonprofit will most likely range between $600-$1000. But then again this is not a fixed number. The total cost depends on a lot of factors such as the filing fees, the charitable solicitation fees, and other incomes that you have to incur along the way.
Yes, an individual can start a nonprofit organization, provided, of course, you meet the IRS criteria and set up a nonprofit for a social cause. Not only this, but your idea or purpose behind starting a nonprofit must be unique, should have a goal, and must have the strength to match certain societal expectations.
Yes, as long as you are inclined on meeting purpose-driven goals. A nonprofit organization will require you to ideate your purpose into an action that benefits the society and people around you. So, make sure that this experience helps you get rewards that are more important than money.
A nonprofit means a business entity that does not work with the goal of making profits. It is categorized as a ‘tax-exempt’ organization. No part of the income of a nonprofit is distributed among the members, employees or board of directors.

No, nonprofits do not pay taxes. As per the IRS Subsection 501(c)(3), nonprofits that qualify as per the requirements of the subsection are exempt from paying federal and state income taxes.

Despite being exempted from paying federal taxes, most nonprofits have to file for an informational return with the IRS by filing Form 990.

The IRS broadly defines two types of Nonprofits. This includes – Non profit organizations or NPO and Not for Profit Organization or NFPO. An NPO is categorized as an organization that uses goods and services to serve the people. An NFPO, on the other hand, serves a group of people.

Another classification of non-profits is ‘public charities’ and ‘private foundations’. In both cases, the organizations fulfill a public purpose but the means to do so are different. Public charities use the support of the public and government whereas private foundations use money received via grants.

The different types of nonprofits can vary from one state to another.

Nonprofits are not owned by one person or a group of people (shareholders). Unlike for profit organizations, nonprofits cannot be privately owned. Legally, they are not owned by anyone.

Nonprofit organizations can have the following advantages:

  • Tax exempt status
  • Offers limited liability protection
  • Permanent existence
  • Better credibility among donors.
  • Can appoint a registered agent.

A nonprofit can have the following disadvantages:

  • Limited funding
  • Must follow non profit statutes strictly (board of directors, regular meetings, etc.)
  • Restrictive political activities.

No, nonprofits cannot exist without a board of directors. Though nonprofits exist independently as per law, having a board of directors is a legal requirement for nonprofit organizations.

For a nonprofit to exist within the legal purview of the IRS, it must appoint at least 3 board of directors. The maximum number of members will depend upon the requirements of the organization.

Nonprofits serve the society by receiving donations from the general public or grants from donors. Another way to earn revenue is memberships or selling merchandise or branded products.

Yes, a non-profit organization’s tax exempt status can be automatically revoked in case they fail to file the required Form 990 for three consecutive years.

Nonprofits can file to reinstate their tax exempt status with the IRS. If they fulfill the requirements of the “retroactive reinstatement’’ procedure, the IRS will reinstate the tax exempt status of the nonprofit.

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