Many small nonprofits have close ties to separate for-profit corporations.
– Does a for-profit provide a lot of your 501(c)(3)’s support?
– Was your 501(c)(3) public charity started by a for-profit entity that does similar or connected work to your 501(c)(3)?
– Do you share clients or refer clients to one another?
These scenarios, plus others, may risk the 501(c)(3)’s public charity and tax-exempt status if not closely evaluated. During this webcast, our speaker will discuss these risks and how to manage them.
Speaker: Robyn Miller, Senior Tax/Corporate Counsel at Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
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Slides – Maintaing Your Tax Exempt Status When You Have Close Ties With A Separate For ProfitSlides- Maintaining Your Tax-Exempt Status When You Have Close Ties with a Separate For-Profit