Recordkeeping Part III - Policies

 

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 Once you’ve become a nonprofit organization it is highly recommended that your Board of Directors adopt policies, in order to successfully manage the nonprofit activities. The Board of Directors’ decision on which policies to adopt should be based on the organization’s structure, size and type. Furthermore, nonprofit organizations that fail on adopting such policies have a greater chance of being audited by the IRS. 

 

 

Some of the policies that your nonprofit organization may adopt include:

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Operating in Different States

 

 50statesNonprofit organizations can operate nationwide, even though they are legally registered in one specific state as a domestic entity. Generally, charities      incorporate in the state either where their headquarters are located in or where the majority of their activities take place. As your 501c3 organization grows  and evolves, a need to operate in more than one state might often arise.

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How to Change Board Members/Officers

 

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Every Corporation is operated by the Board of Directors according to its bylaws. Some states require one person to serve on the Board, some states – as  many as five. The Board members and shareholders must follow the rules set forth in bylaws in order to change directors/officers.

 

 Below is a list of 7 steps to take when changing Board members/Officers:

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Why Set Up a 501c3 Organization?

 

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 Nonprofit organizations exist to serve the unmet needs of people, animals or the environment. Nonprofit organizations fall under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS tax code, qualifying them for income tax exemption under federal law.

 

One of the major benefits of being tax-exempt under IRC Section 501(c)(3) is the ability to accept contributions and donations that are tax-deductible to the donor. Additional benefits include, but are not limited to:

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 501c3 Financial Statements - Usage (Part 2)

 

 

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As a part of the successful nonprofit management, each 501c3 needs to come up with the financial statements at the end of the reported period. The financial statements (Income Statement and a Balance Sheet) bring a valuable information on the financial health of the nonprofit. Based on the numbers, the Board of Directors may decide on a new strategic plan for development and on a new direction in order to guarantee a sustainable growth.

 Quite often, the Board members prepare the financial statements and use them for:

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What to Prepare When Writing Your Biz Plan

 

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 We know that writing a biz plan for your organization is an elaborate task. However, if you follow our checklist below, you may be able to break down the writing into small and attainable pieces which will help you to put your business plan together. Our suggestions include:

 

Organization’s ownership – be clear on the type of organization you’re managing – an LLC, S-Corp, C-Corp or not-for-profit. Make sure you have the correct names of the other partners/Board of Directors/managing Directors. You can also prepare and review your organization’s paperwork filed with the state. Verify the type of the organization and the year of formation.

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