Is it a requirement for a CA corporation with a 501(c)(3)
Is it a requirement for a CA corporation with a 501(c)(3) tax exemption that the Board of Directors have the authority to amend the Bylaws?I ask because in our organization, the Bylaws state that amendments must be approved by the membership, which is separate from the Board of Directors, and one of our members is arguing that the law says the Board has that authority.This is important to us because of current Bylaws amendment issues.Thank you for your help— John Hull
Local authorities in Westmoreland Cty, PA have conspired to
Local authorities in Westmoreland Cty, PA have conspired to deprive my charity of property tax exemption I want to sue them before a jury, but I cannot find an attorney to take my case. I have contacted hundreds by email. My proposed Complaint is at www.myopia.org/complaint.doc
What's the law on a church in va not filing taxes, No not to
What's the law on a church in va not filing taxesJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: No not to my knowledgeJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Church consist of "pastor" and two members one I know who has contributed a substantial amount of fund over a 10yr period. Yet, they know nothing of where or how their tides or percentage of income goes..
Concerning a not for profit religious organization startup,
concerning a not for profit religious organization startupJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: nycJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: our goal is to put the current residence into the name of the religious organization
Are the American leigon,classified as a non profit
are the American leigon,classified as a non profit organization, or commercialJA: Can you tell me where the nonprofit is registered?Customer: Austin TXJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: we are the American leigon chartered by the Department ofTx. post 151JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: we are being defined as a commercial organization in Carthage TX, panola co.
My brother is in an Ohio prison. He recently won a personal
my brother is in an Ohio prison. He recently won a personal injury case against the jail (or maybe the state). anyway how can he give the money to me to keep for him until he gets released from jail? I don't want to have to pay any taxes on the money since I am only keeping it until he gets released.JA: Can you tell me what state this is in? And do you have copies of the medical records?Customer: ohio. No copies yet it all just happened and the settlement hasn't been paid out yet.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: not sure. name of jail is Ross Correctional FacilityJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: don't have any other info
Odd and unconventional question. I run a community on Xbox
Odd and unconventional question. I run a community on Xbox LIVE for Grand Theft Auto V with an emphasis on roleplaying. It has an in depth website, a dedicated chain of command, and an equally dedicated member base. I'm asking if it is legal to accept donations to the community? They don't get anything in return but potentially more time committed from us to be able to do more, since making some sort of profit would allow us to take time from other things, and apply it to the community. What are my options for legal monetization? Or are there no options with the whole thing being based on a video game owned by a large company? (Rockstar Games)
I have a friend who has been working as Physician's Asst and
I have a friend who has been working as Physician's Asst and would like to set up his own practice, rather than work for someone. He has a trust he will inherit some day with about $400 K in it. His parents are still living. I have been doing some business consulting with him. He would like to access the trust funds for the purpose of setting up his practice. His parents have mentioned possibly helping him out with a loan. He is hoping his parents could work out giving him the trust while they are still alive. We do not know the details about the trust, other than his parents set it up. If the parents set it up, is it likely they can work out an earlier access for him to the trust funds? He figures to make an extra $40K per year by being able to open a practice. He would like to sound intelligent when asking his parents to do this. Maybe he could ask some questions about type of trust. A short education of how it would or would not be possible would be very helpful. He feels if he has a good understanding of how it might work, it will make it easier to get his parents to work it out, if they can.