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What is a Florida Nonprofit Corporation?

A Florida nonprofit corporation is a corporation formed for purposes other than generating a profit. Florida Nonprofit corporations are formed pursuant to state law; however their valid purpose must be related to religious, charitable, scientific, educational or literary purposes of benefit to the public

What are the necessary steps to be taken to form a Florida nonprofit corporation?

The first step is to file nonprofit articles of incorporation with the proper state agency. After the nonprofit articles are filed, solicitation documents must be filed with the proper state agency and the Federal 501(c)(3) must be filed for the corporation to be able to obtain tax free status.

When must the 501(c)(3) be filed?

The 501(c)(3) must be filed in a correct and timely manner in order for tax-exemption to be effective retroactively. Thus it must be postmarked within 15 months after the end of the month when your articles of incorporation were filed.

How many directors are required for a Florida nonprofit?

Florida requires a minimum of three directors.

What are the advantages of filing a Federal 501(c)(3)

Your corporation will be exempt from payment of federal corporate income taxes (15%-34% savings). A 501(c)(3) nonprofit is eligible to receive both public and private grants. Furthermore, individual donors can claim a federal income tax deduction.



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