Common Tax Issues For Nonprofits
Nonprofit organizations must follow a number of complex federal tax laws in order to obtain and maintain tax-exempt status. Tax attorney Fred L. Baker, of the Baker Law Firm, P.C., helps nonprofit organizations:
- Comply with the stringent requirements of the IRS
- Defend against IRS tax audits
- Defend against business income claims by IRS
- Defend claims of misconduct related to tax matters
- Assist organizations structure contributions to charities to maximize tax consequences
Our tax attorney Fred L. Baker has substantial experience in tax law. Whatever your tax problem, it is very likely that Attorney Baker has handled numerous matters similar to your particular issue. He is a former trial attorney for the IRS, has earned an LL.M. (Master of Laws) in taxation and has 40-plus years of total tax experience to protect your organization.
Obtaining Tax-Exempt Status
If you are contemplating starting a nonprofit organization, you must file for tax-exempt status. Most nonprofits, including most charities, churches, religious organizations, schools, colleges and universities file under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. We will guide you through this process and draft all the documents required to obtain tax-exempt status for your organization.
Charitable Contributions And Tax Deductions
At Baker Law Firm, PC, we advise charities and other nonprofit organizations on the tax laws that govern charitable contributions and deductions. Fred L. Baker consults with nonprofits contemplating soliciting charitable contributions, as well as those that need advice on reporting contributions to the IRS.
The Baker Law Firm, P.C. serves individuals and businesses throughout Connecticut. Contact Danbury nonprofit tax law attorney Fred L. Baker at 203-648-4737 to arrange a confidential consultation about your tax issues.