Thanks, I am not sure where to start. I started a non-profit
Thanks, ***** ***** not sure where to start. I started a non-profit and paid for the set-up personally. As well as raised over 90% of the funds that have come in and have been one of the principals from the very start and fully active. There have been some conflicts with one of the members. The member I gave this to. Anyway, he has been using the funds for pet projects but that is not my biggest concern. I have a client that raised $20,000.00 and was late in getting the money over but he has been late 3 years in a row. Our non-profit had no vested interest and no money out of pocket but last week one of the board members called this person and threatened him with a lawsuit if a check was not sent immediately. Well, it was, my question is would I have any legal ability to blow the whistle on the operations behind teh scenes. They are opperating in Tennessee and have been for the last 3 years and have not registered and my office and company is still directly affiliated with the non profit and in addition to this. I own 100% the trademark to the non-profit and the logo as well as the URL. This argument had me tell them I won't work under this kind of leadership and I was also independently told that if I remotely associate myself with the non-profit that I will have heck to pay. The guy I gave this to is the person behind this, we served together in Desert Storm and well, he has not held a job I believe in 12+ years. Also, I personally handled the structuring of the organization. I own three different companies in two different countries, not that this really applies to this but I wanted to give you a little about me that I understand the legal side a bit. In short, I want to serve them with a cease and desist and do it quite aggressive. I don't want any money for this, not in the least, just that I have given 5 years of my time and the organization is not being run under the guidelines and people are taking advantage of the funds to personally finance personal events. With being active the entire time, responsible for raising over 90% of the funds over the years, 100% ownership of the trademark, logo and URL. Do I have the ability to put a halt to the organization and independently make changes?JA: Can you tell me where the nonprofit is registered?Customer: Colorado, out of my office in LittletonJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: yes, they have filed the taxes on time but they have been conducting business out of Tennessee for the last three years without registering in that state and have been 100% conducting business in that state.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No, but we all served together in a special operations unit during desert storm and Mike Paul has gotten a little rogue and most of the board members have stepped down or just quit. I was going to do the same but I have the most time and personal money out of pocket in this. In a perfect world, I would be able to put a halt to this if I have the legal right and change the board to a more conducive group. Mike Paul has even neglected adhering by the rules regarding rotating every 3 years and independently assumed the position of President and Executive Director. There is just too much put into this to sit back and watch it implode
It is my understanding that before mid year 2013 if a
It is my understanding that before mid year 2013 if a national bank received an administrative (garnishment) order to withhold (OTW) issued by a state and not a garnishment order issued by the courts or by child protective services and other, then the bank did not have to comply with 31 CFR 212. If true, then was there any other law that required a bank to protect direct deposit exempt federal benefits from garnishment?
Dad has property in a single member LLC, which he has not
Dad has property in a single member LLC, which he has not filed returns on or paid the $800 annual fee(s) on since 2009, when he formed them. He does declare their income, however, on his returns. He now wants to put the properties from the LLC back in his name without paying the LLC taxes.JA: Can you tell me what state the LLC is registered in?Customer: CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: no
I have a for-profit corporation that paid to have a
I have a for-profit corporation that paid to have a non-profit corporation (501c3) established. The officers and board of directors are totally different and no one is related between the two entities. If the 501c3 funds projects that fall within its charter, but primarily (95% of them) benefit my for-profit corporation (money for supplies on charitable work the for-profit historically has paid for), is there enough separation between the for-profit and the non-profit?
Good morning, are you really there? JA: No. I'm the
Good morning, are you really there?JA: No. I'm the Accountant's Assistant.Customer: a computer then?JA: The Accountant will know how to help. Please tell me more, so we can help you best.Customer: I want to trade as a hobby, what is the best approach? An LLC?JA: Is there anything else important you think the Accountant should know?Customer: I live in TexasJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Accountant about your situation and then connect you two.