Business ENewsletter July 01 2010

Nonprofit and Tax-Exempt Organizations
Many organizations wish to benefit from tax exemptions offered by the Internal Revenue Service for certain types of groups; however, the process of gaining this status can be lengthy and complex. The procedure requires time, money and technical proficiency in legal and tax implications in order to be successful. Once the IRS grants tax-exempt status, the organization must follow specific operational rules, which require careful oversight and ongoing professional assistance. Despite these obstacles, the result can make a phenomenal difference to the achievement of organizational goals.