To be determined tax-exempt under Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code, an organization must be organized and operated exclusively for exempt purposes. 501(c)(3) organizations (charitable organizations) are the most common and eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions. JTC offers a free consultation with clients to determine if the organization they dream to start will fall under the charitable organization category. With a 100% IRS approval rating, JTC has proven its detail and accuracy in forming charitable organizations on the federal and local levels.
Churches and Religious Organizations
What are the advantages of forming a 501(c)(3) for a church or ministry? What are the rules for withholding income tax for ministers? What should the bylaws of a church or ministry include? These are a few of the questions asked by pastors, ministers and parishioners. Let our legal team advise you on legal matters concerning your church and/or ministry.
Other Types of Organizations
Do you want to offer a service to your community, but are not sure if it will meet the charitable organization requirement? Other tax exempt organizations include, but are not limited to, chambers of commerce, social organizations, clubs, and fraternal societies, private foundations. Contact us for a free consultation to determine whether your organization passes the tax exempt test.