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February 22, 2024 Davis Law Group

People often equate federal tax-exemption with 501(c)(3) organizations. 501(c)(3) organizations are just one of many types of organizations that are eligible for tax-exemption. There are 29 tax-exempt groups mentioned in § 501(c) of

December 29, 2023 Davis Law Group

Groups exempt from federal income taxation under § 501(a) must file Form 990 to report on their finances, activities, and governance. The IRS uses Form 990 to gauge whether tax-exempt organizations are adequately

December 14, 2023 Davis Law Group

Setting up a nonprofit on your own can be confusing. People generally use the word “nonprofit” to refer to groups that are exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3).

November 10, 2023 Davis Law Group

What is Form 1023? To be exempt from federal income tax, organizations must receive a determination letter from the IRS. The IRS only gives a determination letter after receiving adequate proof that an

September 21, 2023 Davis Law Group

Before you can start your nonprofit and begin making an impact, you first have to take important legal steps to ensure your tax-exempt status and other internal decisions are up to your state’s

September 7, 2023 Davis Law Group

  While the process of incorporation is not required for a church to function, there are situations where it may be a good idea for both the leaders and congregation of a place

January 15, 2016 Davis Law Group

When it comes to law firms, bigger is not always better. The definition of a “small” law firm can change depending on the location and type of practice, but according to the American

August 12, 2015 Davis Law Group

Consider this: in your daily life you probably have more than a handful of professionals you call upon for certain situations you just can’t handle on your own. You probably don’t cut your

March 11, 2015 Davis Law Group

Sooner or later, every church deals with the purchase or sale of real estate. As you might expect, this process is a little different than buying or selling a home. Much of this

March 6, 2015 Davis Law Group

Churches in the Commonwealth of Virginia are covered by the doctrine of Charitable Immunity, which keeps individuals that benefit from a charity from bringing legal action against the charity because of negligence on