Nonprofit Corporation Forms & Fees
Nonprofit Order Forms
Nonprofit Corporation order forms and information you need for incorporating in the US. The best prices for online incorporation. Fill in the secure order form to incorporate your business online. This form is not intended to provide legal, business or tax advice. They are offered as a public service without representation or warranty. This form will satisfy the minimum legal requirements of the state, and may be amended from time to time. The person placing the order may not knowingly make false or fictitious statements or representations. Anyone violating this condition, is guilty of a felony. Processing will begin immediately upon receipt of your corporation order. Filing times vary from state to state. You will receive an order confirmation the moment you place your corporation order with IncSmart.biz. IncSmart will cause your articles to be delivered to the Corporation Division of your chosen state. We are acting in good faith believing the information on your articles are true.
Forming a Nonprofit Corporation
While each state has slight variations to laws on forming an Nonprofit Corporation, they all support the same general rules:
Choosing a Name. There are rules to follow when choosing your Nonprofit Corporation
1 - It must be different from an existing nonprofit corporation in your state
2 - It must include a designated ending Inc or Incorporated
3 - It must not use restricted words such as bank or insurance.
Filing Articles of Incorporation for Nonprofit. The articles are state documents registered by the Corporation Division in your state. They include the business name and the appointed Registered Agent. Most state filing fees are different. You certify that you are eighteen (18) years old or older, that all information provided to IncSmart is accurate and true, and that IncSmart, may rely on this information to perform its filing services.
Creating the Nonprofit Corporation Bylaws. The Bylaws are the Nonprofit Corporation Bible. It includes financial and management information, and describes the regulations for running the business.
Become eligible to file for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status and more.
Funding - Receive donations
Postage Discounts - Public Service Announcements
Incorporating your business in the state where your company is physically located is a Domestic Corporation. The company is required to pay all maintenance fees in the state that it is registered. Fees will include annual Registered Agent fees and Annual Registration fess. When a Corporation is registered in one state, and wants to do business in another state, you will also have to registered in the new state as well. You can create a new Domestic Corporation or Qualify your current Domestic Corporation as a Foreign Corporation in the new state. The company will be required to file annual fees in both states.
How to run a Nonprofit
- Managed by Board of Directors
- Voting Members elect Board of Directors
- Can be structured for a Self Perpetuating Board
- Bylaws define Members Qualifications
- There are no stockholders or owners
- Charitable and Religious Groups
- Home owners Associations
- Trade Associations
- Community Affiliations
- Political Activism
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