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Whether self-funded or through donations, we’ll help get your nonprofit up and going.
Going solo? You’ve got options! We’ll go over each so you can choose the right one for you.
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An introduction to limited liability companies.
What is a limited liability company (LLC)? What function does it serve? And is it right for your needs? Read full article.
An introduction to corporations.
It’s no coincidence that the largest businesses in the world are corporations. Incorporating offers many advantages over partnerships,sole proprietorships, and LLCs. Read full article.
The advantages and disadvantages of an LLC.
Before forming a limited liability company, the prospective business owner should become familiar with how an LLC compares to other business entities. Read full article.
Reasons to Form a Nonprofit Corporation.
State-recognized nonprofits are eligible to receive private and public grants, exemption from sales and property tax, and more. Read full article.
* A nonprofit corporation doesn’t have an owner, stock, or membership interest, but it can have multiple managers and members.
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