5 Tips For Nonprofits Submitting IRS Form 1023


Anyone who deals with nonprofit organizations on a regular basis knows that one of the most time consuming aspects of achieving tax-exempt status is the filling out of IRS Form 1023 and subsequent waiting period. Few things are more frustrating for nonprofit directors and members than receiving notice from the IRS that their application has been denied or delayed due to errors related to Form 1023.

Use the five tips included in this article to give yourself a leg up in the application process and guard against the most common mistakes nonprofits make related to Form 1023.

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