HELP SECURING AND KEEPING NONPROFIT STATUS
Performing charitable work has many challenges. Having the IRS recognize you as a charity and designating you as a 501(c)(3) organization should not be among those challenges. Neither should the organization worry about maintaining that status as a nonprofit organization once you have secured it. Having the assistance of a tax attorney who understands nonprofit law and how the IRS deals with charitable organizations can be crucial to overcoming those challenges.
By effectively and efficiently overcoming the challenges that stand between you and your day-to-day operations, you will best be able to serve the people and causes that brought you to nonprofit work in the first place. The right lawyer can make all the difference.
ESTABLISHING A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
Understanding everything that the IRS requires to secure nonprofit status is a challenge that the Law Offices of Charles R. Frazier can help you effectively deal with. We have developed the experience to know how the IRS approaches various issues and can use that experience to prepare your nonprofit status application.
MAINTENANCE OF A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
The IRS sometimes changes what it requires to maintain nonprofit designation. Most organizations cannot afford to constantly worry if they are in compliance or in jeopardy of losing their nonprofit status. The Law Offices of Charles R. Frazier is available to assist nonprofit organizations on an ongoing basis. By remaining involved with your nonprofit organization, we can assess actions your organization considers on an as-needed basis.
REPRESENTATION FROM A FORMER IRS AGENT
Our principal tax attorney is Charles R. Frazier. He is a former IRS agent, a former Army Ranger. He has extensive experience assisting nonprofit organizations with all aspects of their interactions with the IRS and their other operational needs. The Law Offices of Charles R. Frazier is proud to help organizations that have so much to offer our community. We work to stay abreast of all changes to nonprofit tax law to help our clients have the most efficient responses to those changes. Your organization can leave worries about nonprofit status to us so you can focus on your larger mission.