h3 Note The updated Colorado Do Your Own Nonprofit is now available in Edition ISBN 978 1 63308 344 8 and 3rd Edition ISBN 978 1 63308 397 4 Both new books contain up to the minute information for 2018, expanded coverage of nonprofits, and will be revised if any changes occur in laws or state and federal procedures We added the Edition to eliminate backorder issues from competing distributors and to qualify for free shipping with Prime.How will your nonprofit idea make the world a better place Whose lives will you change What are you waiting for This book includes up to the minute coverage, including IRS Form 1023 EZ that became effective July 1, 2014 Designed to give you just what you need to move from one task to the next in logical order, you can get most of the process completed in a weekend if you get serious about it, especially if you are a brand new organization just getting started It couldn t be easier or faster Clear your calendar, roll up your sleeves and get to work Success is just ahead A straight shot to IRS approval in orderly steps with no guesswork including Step by step guidance Specific state requirements EXACT Mandatory IRS language Line by line coverage of IRS Form 1023 and all schedules Interactive Form i1023 and the NEW Form 1023 EZ Reinstatement after automatic revocation Free access to dozens of approved IRS packages and narratives Templates for Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws including mandatory IRS clauses...
|Title||:||Colorado Do Your Own Nonprofit: The ONLY GPS You Need for 501c3 Tax Exempt Approval (Volume 6)|
|Publisher||:||Chalfant Eckert Publishing 1 edition June 28, 2014|
|Number of Pages||:||260 pages|
|File Size||:||674 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Colorado Do Your Own Nonprofit: The ONLY GPS You Need for 501c3 Tax Exempt Approval (Volume 6) Reviews
Excellent book that teaches you how to start your own nonprofit organization. Everything you need is included if you're willing to type, though you may find it easier to purchase some of the documents from the author for a small cost.
I purchased this book to help guide me as I started my own nonprofit organization in Maryland. I opened the book, read one chapter and completed the steps suggested by Dr. Bickford. Every step was so clearly explained and made the process so easy. I received my book on 10/4/15, was incorporated on 10/14/15, and received my 501(c)3 determination letter from the IRS on 12/16/15. Without this book, I know I would still be working on completing my Form 1023!
Wow! I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this book.....it blows all others on the topic out of the water! It doesn't get much easier than this folks!!! Straight forward, easy to understand and even easier to implement. I recommend this book for anyone interested in starting their own Non-Profit or 501(c)(3) organization.
If you are empassioned to start up a non-profit and want to save costs by doing it yourself (DIY) this is an excellent resource to get it done. Very practical nuts and bolts approach to explaining the entire process. From filing your 501c(3) incorporation documents with your State to filing IRS Form 1023, templates with suggested language are provided. Well worth the purchase!
I have started to read the book, and it is very helpful. The author is wonderful, she answers questions, and truly wants you to succeed. I am grateful for people like her.
This is a useful book. However after researching, finding and reading number of other works on the subject, I can't give this one the highest score of five stars. Author has a lot of experience and explains a lot pretty clearly. She offers help. Reader could contact her with the questions. She has additional materials and templates available on-line for an additional fee. First I found this interesting, but then I saw that there are templates by other authors or lawyers available on-line for free. Probably this is a good book, for someone who wants to do things fast, and do not care about broader and deeper understanding of legal environment. I found it useful as an introduction to my research. But there are books written by experienced lawyers who worked with hundred of non-profits and who clearly explain federal regulations and procedures and state specific issues and resources. To all who are serious about this I recommend "How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation" by Anthony Mancuso and published by NOLO.
Very good and detail book for beginners. This books walks you through step by step and breaks down the process step by step. I'm very happy I made this purchase.
Good book very informative