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This article provides an overview of fiscal sponsorship, a legal arrangement in which an existing 501(c)(3) organization agrees to provide oversight and support to a group engaged in activities that further the sponsoring organization's mission....

Many nonprofit organizations have gross receipts (such as income from donations and other sources) that do not exceed $5,000 annually.  This article answers frequently asked questions related to federal tax exemption filings and reporting obligations, charitable registration requirements, and state and other tax issues.  ...

This article provides an extensive, though not exhaustive, overview of the steps to be taken during an internal investigation, and includes sample questions....

This article explains: The repercussions New Jersey employers could face if they fail to timely and adequately provide information to the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDLWD) with respect to claims for unemployment compensation (UC) benefits. The obligation of employers to provide...

Many nonprofits have gross receipts (such as income from donations and membership dues) that do not exceed $5,000 annually. What forms must these small (and even larger) nonprofits file under federal and state statutes in order to be considered tax-exempt? What reporting obligations do they...

This article provides guidance on the New Jersey laws that requires charities to register their fundraising activities with state and/or municipal regulators....