(VIDEO) Do I Need a Lawyer to Start a 501(c)3?

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Starting a nonprofit organization can be a daunting process, and it’s tempting to turn to a lawyer anytime one is facing a series of confusing bureaucratic processes.

Yet, very few attorneys have the experience of doing any more than a handful, let alone thousands, of 501(c)3 nonprofit applications with the IRS.

There are important things a nonprofit can engage a lawyer to do, but spending legal fees to apply for IRS tax-exempt status doesn’t have to be one of them.

You’re not obligated to use an attorney to get your 501(c)3, and it’s better to utilize the services of an expert with significant experience in dealing with State and Federal Agencies such as the Secretary of State and the IRS.

Our team deals with the IRS daily, and our online platform has streamlined the entire 501(c)3 process,  which is why we’ve successfully filed and achieved IRS approved 501(c)3 tax-exempt status for thousands of nonprofits at a fraction of the cost and time compared to professional service firms.

We believe that it shouldn’t be hard to do good, so we handle all the paperwork and bureaucratic processes and guarantee 501(c)3 IRS approval so you can focus on your mission.

Watch this video with our CEO, Christian LeFer to learn more :

 

In summary…

You do not need a lawyer to get your 501(c)3 tax-exempt status and the process does not have to be expensive, time-consuming, or difficult.  

To get the details on how to take your nonprofit idea to IRS approval in record time at a fraction of the cost click here.

Cheers to your mission,

Jacqui Long | Yippiekiyay

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