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Nonprofit Annual Maintenance

Perliski Law Group can help your organization stay in compliance with the Internal Revenue Service as well as with the Texas Comptroller and the Texas Attorney General. While on a compliance plan, our attorneys will attend your annual board meeting and provide legal review of your minutes, board resolutions, and 990 filings as well as review your operational compliance with the restrictions placed on Section 501(c)(3) organizations to prevent the loss of your federal tax exemption.

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Perliski Law Group 501c Nonprofit Attorneys

The Perliski Law Group is dedicated to serving the needs of Texas nonprofit organizations. We presently represent over 100 nonprofit clients and our clients range from small hometown churches to large state-wide organizations with thousands of members. Our Firm has passion for assisting charities both small and large. Share your vision with us.

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Our Nonprofit Changed our name. How do we notify the IRS?

An exempt organization that has changed its name must report the change on its next annual return (Form 990 or 990-EZ). An organization that does not file an annual return (for example, an organization that instead files Form 990-N, the e-Postcard, or an organization...

What is an Exempt Operating Foundation?

A private operating foundation is not subject to the tax on net investment income if it is an exempt operating foundation. In addition, private foundations may make grants to exempt operating foundations without complying with the expenditure responsibility...

What are Private Foundation Excise Taxes?

There is an excise tax on the next investment income of most domestic private foundations. This tax must be reported on Form 990-PF, Return of Private Foundation, and must be paid annually at the time for filing that return or in quarterly estimated tax payments if...

Can our Nonprofit have Members?

Yes, in accordance with Section 22.151 of the Texas Business Organizations Code (TOB), a nonprofit corporation may have one or more classes of members or it may have no members at all. If the corporation has one or more classes of members, the corporation's...

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