Nonprofit corporation and charitable organization attorneys Richard Keyt, JD. LL.M (tax law) and his son former CPA Richard C. Keyt, JD, MS (accounting) created this site because they want to educate people about nonprofit corporations and they want to form your Arizona nonprofit corporation.  If your corporation intends to become a a tax-exempt charitable organization we also want to prepare its application for tax exemption, the IRS Form 1023.

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  • $1,097 total legal fees and costs
  • Free answers to your nonprofit corporation questions by a charity lawyer. Call Rick (father) at 480-664-7478 or Ricky (son) at 480-664-7472.
  • Assurance your nonprofit will be formed correctly because we are experienced nonprofit corporation & charitable organization attorneys.
  • IRS approved Articles of Incorporation: Our Articles of Incorporation contain the tax-exempt charity language required by the IRS. Don't use the Arizona Corporation Commission's form Articles of Incorporation because the IRS will reject the corp's tax-exempt application because the AOI lacks the IRS required language.
  • We do it all: Prepare & file the Articles of Incorporation & Certificate of Disclosure, prepare Bylaws, organizational minutes of directors and & policies recommended by the IRS, get the corp's employer ID number from the IRS, be the corp's statutory agent, give you our book called the Nonprofit Operations Manual & give you a corporate minute book.
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DOL Proposed Overtime Reforms Impacts Nonprofits

September 26th, 2015|0 Comments

National Council of Nonprofits:  "The U.S. Department of Labor has proposed sweeping new regulations designed to expand overtime protections for millions of workers employed by nonprofits, for-profits, and governments. The draft regulations, which will not [...]