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Raise money for your nonprofit without IRS trouble! Your nonprofit needs financial support, which means that you're most likely dependent on the kindness of donors to fill your coffers. If your nonprofit plans to solicit funds from out-of-state donors by phone, letter, email, on the web, or in any other manner, it's essential to fill out IRS Form 990 so that your organization stays legal. Nonprofit Fundraising Registrationis your 50-state guide to the complex and varied registration requirements you'll need to meet while fundraising for your nonprofit. Learn how to keep your 501(c)(3) status when you're collecting cash, including: . exemptions from registration . how to register in different states . initial and annual filing requirements . rules for professional fundraisers . other crucial information your organization needs to legally fundraise outside of your home state You can't afford to overlook registration requirements -- use Nonprofit Fundraising Registration, your plain-English guide, to keep your nonprofit status in the eyes of the IRS. Plus, get the background information you need and get a line-by-line tutorial for the Unified Registration Statement, contact information for each state, and instructions on filing requirements for each state.
Stephen Fishman is the author of many Nolo books, including Every Nonprofit's Tax Guide and Tax Deductions for Professionals, winner of the Publishers Marketing Association's Benjamin Franklin Award. Ronald J. Barrett is the Vice President of Nonprofit Services at National Corporate Research, Ltd., a company that provides nationwide statutory representation for nonprofits. He regularly speaks and writes on state charitable registration.
Table of Contents
Your State Fundraising Registration Companion
State Regulation of Nonprofit Fundraising
Charitable Solicitation Laws-The Basics
Exemptions From Registration
Annual Financial Reporting
Unfair and Deceptive Practice Provisions
Rules for Professional Fundraisers, Solicitors, and Consultants
An Overview of the Fundraising Registration Process
Who Needs to Register?
Who Is Exempt From Registration?
When Should You Register?
Where Must You Register?
How Do You Register?
Formulating a Registration Plan
Minimizing Your Registration Requirements
The IRS and State Registration
Filing IRS Information Returns
IRS Penalties for Filing Inaccurate Forms
Internet Fundraising and Registration: A Match Made in Hell
Website Fundraising-What Are the Boundaries?
Some Guidelines to Follow-The Charleston Principles
Crossing State Lines by Email
Using Charity Portals to Receive Donations
Soliciting Through Online Social Networks
The Unified Registration Statement
The Unified Registration Statement
The URS Registration Process-Step by Step
How to Complete the URS
Qualifying to Do Business Out of State
What Is "Qualifying to Do Business"?
Fundraising Registration Can Trigger Qualification Requirement
Intrastate Versus Interstate Business
The Mechanics-How You Qualify
What If You Fail to Qualify to Do Business?
State-by-State Rules for Registration
District of Columbia
Supplemental State Forms for the URS
The Unified Registration Statement (URS)
Supplemental forms: Arkansas Consent for Service, Charitable Organizations