Organizing and operating a New York nonprofit organization requires a three-dimensional planning process to ensure that its activities comply with all federal, state, and local laws. New York Nonprofit Law and Practice with Tax Analysis, written by leading experts, is an authoritative reference that helps you navigate nearly every aspect of nonprofit law in New York. Inside you'll find practical guidance on a multitude of topics including: ac Choice of entity ac Applying for tax exempt status ac Fundraising ac Reporting requirements ac And much more Don't be without this essential guide next time you advise a nonprofit client.138 See I.R.S. Exempt Organizations Determinations Manual at 184.108.40.206.2(1A) ( 02-231999), which is available on the Administrative Manuals 81 Instructions section of the ... 145 N.Y. Exec. Law As 172-a(2)(b). 146 Rev. Rul. 69-573, 1969-2 CB. 125. 147 Rev. Rul. 64-118, 1964-1 GB. 182. ... 222 (organization trained unemployed and underemployed individuals in the manufacture and sale of toys) ; Rev.
|Title||:||New York Nonprofit Law and Practice: With Tax Analysis|
|Author||:||Daniel L. Kurtz, James J. Fishman, Victoria B. Bjorklund|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2013-05-15|