Non-Profit 501c3 APPLICATION
HELPING NON-PROFITS SAVE TIME & RESOURCES
NON-PROFIT 501C3 ACCOUNTING IN ORLANDO FLORIDA
Freedomtax Accounting is a non-profit accounting firm with experienced church accountants in Orlando, providing IRS 501c3 tax-exempt applications, accounting & bookkeeping, tax planning, nonprofit tax returns, and more. As nonprofit accounting experts in Orlando, we know that starting a nonprofit is a great way to support a worthwhile cause. Nonprofit organizations that dedicate their resources to charitable, religious, scientific, or educational purposes may apply for 501 C3 federal tax exemption as a public charity.
We can help you set up and maintain your non-profit organization’s tax-exempt status by handling all the IRS reporting for you.
Services For Your Non-Profit Organization:
- Non-Profit Incorporation
- Articles of Incorporation
- Tax Identification Number (EIN)
- 501 (C3) Tax Exempt Status Application
- IRS Representation
- IRS Form 990-N Preparation
- Charitable Solicitations Registration
- State Corporate Tax Exemption
- Sales Tax Exemption
Call 407-502-2400 Or Email Us At [email protected] To Get A consultation On Non Profit Accounting, Church Accounting, 501c3 Applications, Or How To Start Your Non-Profit Organization.
ORLANDO CHURCH ACCOUNTANT SPECIALIZING IN 501c3 TAX EXEMPT STATUS APPLICATION
Is Your Church Or Not For Profit Organization Properly Certified As Tax Exempt With The IRS?
Are You Sure That Donations Given To Your Organization Can Be Deducted On The Income Tax Return?
Benefits of 501 (C-3) Status:
- Income Earned By The Organization Is Exempt From Federal Income Tax
The organization’s income earned can be exempt from federal income tax depending on the nature of the organization and its activities. Organizations established for the public, educational or religious purposes are generally exempt from federal taxes. Non-profits that qualify for 501(c)(3) status are also often eligible for exemption, as well as certain organizations such as labor unions, fraternal organizations, and veterans’ associations. Other exemptions may include political and social action groups, governmental entities, and foreign organizations. To determine if they are eligible for exemption, an organization should consult legal counsel to ensure that all requirements are met. In some cases, tax filing may still be required even if the organization is exempt from paying taxes. Depending on the scope of their activities, they may also need to pay state or local taxes.
- Donations Are Tax-Deductible For Donors
Donations are a great way to support the causes that are important to us. Donors can now take advantage of tax deductions for their donations, making it even easier to give. Tax-deductible donations allow donors to subtract the donation amount from their taxable income, reducing the amount they owe at tax time. This incentive encourages more people to give generously, knowing they will be rewarded with a lower tax bill. Donations can be made as cash or as in-kind items such as clothing and furniture, and donors may receive a receipt for their donation, which can be used as proof when filing taxes. Donating is an easy way to make a difference in the world while also getting some financial benefit.
- Qualification To Receive Private And Public Grants
Qualifying for private and public grants with a 501 (C-3) status requires an organization to meet certain criteria. Generally, these organizations must be established as a non-profit, have valid tax-exempt status, and have the purpose of providing charitable activities. Additionally, a 501 (C-3) must have an independent board of directors who make all decisions regarding the use of funds and are held accountable for the actions taken with grant money. All organizations must also demonstrate financial stability and maintain transparency in their operations. To qualify for private or public grants with 501 (C-3) status, organizations must provide proof of their non-profit designation and submit documents that outline their mission statement. They may also need to provide additional information such as operating budgets, financial statements, IRS forms, etc.
- Lower Postages Rates On Corporate Mailings
Lower postage rates on corporate mailings with 501(c-3) status is a great way to help businesses save money. It allows them to spend less on postage and more on other aspects of their business. Lower postage rates also incentivize businesses to send more mail to reach potential customers, which helps them grow. This could be especially beneficial for small businesses or non-profits struggling financially and needing to save as much money as possible. The lower postage rates can also be used to promote meaningful messages such as the importance of voting or charitable donations. Lower postage rates with 501 (C-3) status can be an excellent way for businesses to reduce expenses while still reaching potential customers and spreading important messages.
- Reduced Rates For Radio And Public Service Announcements In Local Media
Non-profit organizations with 501(c)(3) status are eligible for reduced rates on radio and public service announcements in local media. These reduced rates provide a cost-effective way to get an important message out to the community. Public service announcements can help inform the public of the services and programs offered by non-profits and spread awareness of their mission and impact. Reduced rates for radio and public service announcements can also help raise funds for a variety of causes, such as medical research or educational initiatives. They can even be used to promote volunteerism. The discounted rate encourages more non-profits to utilize this form of marketing to reach a broader audience and make a more significant difference in their communities.
- Credibility In The Nonprofit Community
Credibility in the nonprofit community is of utmost importance. Organizations with 501(c)(3) status must prove their trustworthiness by submitting applications, financial documents, and other pertinent information. Those with this designation must demonstrate that they operate solely for charitable and educational purposes, not for private gain. This ensures that donations to such organizations go towards their stated cause rather than being misused. Furthermore, these organizations must comply with all tax laws, file annual reports, and ensure that no part of their income benefits a private individual or shareholder. With credibility firmly established, donors can be sure that their money is being used appropriately and effectively.
3 Steps To 501(C-3) Status
- Call For consultation. 407-502-2400.
- Our IRS Enrolled Agents Will Do ALL The Work For You
- Enjoy The Benefits Of 501 (C-3) Status
Why Choose Fredomtax Accounting?
- 100% Approval Rate With The IRS
- 20-Year Experienced Staff
- A FREE, NO OBLIGATION Consultation And Analysis To Learn Your Options
- We Don’t Just Prepare Forms; We Offer A Guided Approach To Obtaining A 501 (C-3)
- Honest Information You Can Trust
- We Work With Agencies In All 50 States
- Personal Attention By Our Non-Profit Accountant During The Entire Process
Our 20-year-experienced non-profit accounting professionals have learned to deal with the special challenges that non-profits face. Your unique situation needs individualized attention and years of experience. We don’t see you as just another client with a familiar problem; we see you as a client whose organization has specialized needs that must be met.
Retain Your Tax-Exempt Status
Each year the IRS requires most tax-exempt organizations to submit Form 990 and its relations, which includes the following items.
- Income Statement
With particular revenue and expense categories like donations, salaries, postage, rent…
- Balance Sheet
With specific categories like cash, accounts receivable accounts payable
- Functional Expense Statement
With all the expenses allocated to either program services, fundraising, or operations.
- Individual Program Expense Statement
Reports expenses for each program or service, like seminar programs or educational mailings.
- Revenue Support Schedules
Detail the organization’s sources of income in specific categories like charitable donations, membership fees, and investment income.
The IRS uses this particular revenue and expense classification to determine if your organization will retain its tax-exempt status. So you must build your accounting system around these revenue and expense classifications.