Book Title:

How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation 7th Edition (Paperback)
by Anthony Mancuso

Editorial Reviews:

Providence Journal Bulletin

“Could save a fledgling nonprofit corporation thousands of dollars in legal fees.”

Miami Herald

“Educate yourself on nonprofit management. An excellent book to get you started is Mancuso’s How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation.”

Kiplinger & Personal Finance Magazine

“This clearly written book contains step-by-step instructions on how to form a non-profit corporation in any state.”

Book Description

Create a nonprofit in your state without a lawyer!

The process of becoming a tax-exempt organization may appear intimidating, but with How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation, you can do it quickly, easily and with confidence.

This bestselling book includes complete instructions for obtaining federal 501(c)(3) tax exemption and for qualifying for public charity status with the IRS. It will help you

* complete an IRS tax-exemption application

* prepare articles of incorporation

* write the bylaws of your nonprofit

* fill in minutes of the organizational meeting

* understand your state and specific nonprofit requirements

The 7th edition is completely updated to provide the latest federal and state rules. It also provides the latest forms you need, including the new IRS Form 1023, Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(3)(c).

What are you waiting for? Incorporate your nonprofit without a lawyer and save the money for your worthy cause!

About the Author

Attorney Anthony Mancuso is a corporations expert and author of Nolo’s bestselling corporate law series. He is the author of How to Form Your Own Corporation for California, New York, Florida and Texas; How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation (National and California Editions); The Corporate Minutes Book; California Incorporator (software) and co-author of Nolo’s Partnership Maker (software) and How to Create a Buy-Sell Agreement & Control the Destiny of Your Small Business. His books and software have shown over a quarter of a million businesses and organizations how to incorporate.