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Starting a NonProfit and Soliciting Donations in Washington D.C.

The District of Columbia does not require charitable registrations, but to solicit contributions in DC, you will need to obtain a Basic Business License.  With our help, the steps below will be as easy as 1-2-3!

Qualify to do business in the District of Columbia

  1. Designate a Registered Agent
  2. Obtain a Certificate of Occupancy number (only if you are located in DC)
  3. Make sure that your IRS Determination Letter is current
  4. Register with the DC Office of Tax and Revenue
  5. Apply for Exemption from Income and Franchise tax
  6. Obtain a Certified Resolution
  7. Make sure you don’t owe the DC Government money
  8. Apply online for your Basic Business License (BBL)

Qualify to do Business in the District of Columbia

If your organization is a corporation created outside the District of Columbia, you will have to register as a foreign nonprofit corporation with the DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs.  As part of this process, you will report the names of your corporate officers and designate a Registered Agent, either an organization or an individual located in DC who can accept legal documents for your organization.

Designate a Registered Agent

If you do not have someone who can represent you in DC, we can help with that too!  Our Registered Agent service can accept delivery of legal documents for your organization and make sure that they reach you.

Obtain a Certificate of Occupancy number

This is required if you have an office or other facility located in DC.  Most commercial office buildings already have a Certificate of Occupancy allowing use of their space by tenants.  You will need to obtain the number for your building and enter it as part of the application process for the BBL.

Make Sure that your IRS Determination Letter is current

If you applied for tax exemption from the IRS, you received a determination letter spelling out your organization’s status under the IRS code.  You will need that letter to apply for tax exemption in DC.  If the letter is more than four years old, you will need an updated letter, known as an Affirmation Letter.  A representative of your organization must request the Affirmation Letter from the IRS; more information is available at https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/exempt-organizations-affirmation-letters.

Register with the DC Office of Tax and Revenue

This registration is done online and requires your organization’s tax ID number, identification of your organization’s structure, and the names, titles, home addresses, and Social Security numbers of the organization’s principal officers.

Apply for Exemption from Income and Franchise Tax

This isn’t a required step for the BBL, but now that your tax-exempt organization has registered with the DC Office of Tax and Revenue, you will want to make sure that you do not have to pay DC Income and Franchise Tax.  This application is done online at MyTax.DC.gov.  You will have to upload your IRS Determination Letter or Affirmation Letter as part of the process.

Obtain a Certified Resolution

A corporate officer must sign a form to certify that you are authorized to apply for the Basic Business License.  This form will be uploaded as part of the BBL application process.

Make Sure you don’t owe DC money

As part of the online application process for the BBL, you will be asked to file a Clean Hands Certificate, certifying that your organization does not owe the District of Columbia more than $100.  As with any other form, you must be able to answer this question truthfully, so make sure all accounts are up to date!

Apply online for your Basic Business License

The hard parts are done.  (Well, except for the payment.)  This application is done online, but if you have followed the steps above, you will have all the documents you need.  DC charges a fee of $412.50 for the BBL, but it does not have to be renewed for 2 years.

Starting Your Nonprofit

You’ve decided to start a nonprofit!  You see a need in your community, and you plan to do something about it.  So, where do you start?

  • First, do some brainstorming:
  • What do you hope to achieve, and how do you plan to go about it?
  • What will your organization do that existing organizations aren’t doing?
  • Where will the money come from?
  • What other resources will you need?
  • Will you be able to recruit volunteers?
  • Will you have paid employees?
  • Are there existing groups that you can partner with?

Write out a plan and a budget.   Identify your goals, your own skills and resources, and potential sources of assistance.

Next, decide on a legal structure.  Many nonprofits exist as unincorporated associations, but there may be advantages to creating a nonprofit corporation.  You might want to consult an attorney to discuss the pros and cons.  If you decide to incorporate, you will need to recruit a Board of Directors to manage the organization, register your Articles of Incorporation with your state government (in most states, this registration is done through the Secretary of State’s office), and meet any other state requirements.   Whether or not you incorporate the organization, you will need written documents to outline how your organization will operate.

The next step is to obtain a Federal Tax Identification Number, also known as an Employer ID number (EIN), from the IRS.  Even if the organization will have no paid employees, this will be needed to establish a bank account and to file reports with the IRS.   The IRS has streamlined this procedure, and it can be completed on their website at https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/how-to-apply-for-an-ein.

Once your organization has obtained an EIN, it needs to apply to the IRS to recognize its tax-exempt status.  Nonprofits are exempt from income tax because they have no owners or shareholders; the money they receive is used to carry out the organization’s purposes, and any money left over is kept for future use or donated to other nonprofits.  However, most nonprofits are still required to file annual reports with the IRS.  If your organization wants to be recognized as a charity (its purpose must be charitable, religious, educational, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering national or international amateur sports competition, or preventing cruelty to children or animals), you should apply to the IRS using Form 1023, Application for Recognition of Exemption from Income Tax Under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  If your nonprofit falls into a different category (for example, a social club or a political organization), you would use IRS Form 1024.  More information is available on the IRS website and in IRS Publication 557.

Once the IRS has approved your application, they will issue a Letter of Determination that specifies your Federal tax-exempt status and whether contributions to your organization are tax-deductible.  But depending on the state where you are located, you may have to apply for exemption from state taxes too.  For example, California and Texas are two of the states that require a separate application to be exempt from state franchise tax.  State laws also vary as to whether a nonprofit organization is exempt from other state taxes such as sales tax.

Your Letter of Determination will also specify whether you must file an IRS Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax, each year.  That form is generally due four months and 15 days after the close of your organization’s fiscal year.

Nonprofit organizations are required to disclose information on their finances to the public.  Your Form 990 is considered public information and you must provide copies upon request.  You may also be required to include information telling how to request those copies on your website and in any solicitation literature.

And will your organization be soliciting donations from the public?  If so, most states will require you to register to solicit donations in their state.  We won’t go into the details here, because registration requirements and fees are different for each state.  If you hire a professional fundraiser or fundraising consultant, they may also be required to register.   Then most charitable solicitation registrations must be renewed each year, and you may be required to obtain an independent audit of the organization’s financial statements.  It can get complicated, but that’s why we’re here–to make the process easier.

Starting a Nonprofit and Soliciting Donations in Connecticut

In Connecticut, charities are regulated by the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP).  Any charity that solicits donations in Connecticut must register or file a claim for exemption from registration with the DCP.

Your organization may also need to apply for tax exempt status from the IRS and/or register with the Connecticut Secretary of State to do business in the state.  However, you do not have to file with the IRS or the Secretary of State in order to apply to register with DCP for charitable solicitation.  You may wish to consult an attorney or an accountant to determine what is best for your organization.

Before beginning to solicit donations in Connecticut, an organization must apply for registration, unless they meet the requirements for exemption.  They can file a claim for exemption if they meet any of the categories below:

  • Organized religious corporations, religious institutions, or religious societies;
  • Parent-teacher associations or educational institutions accredited and recognized by a government body;
  • Non-profit hospitals licensed under the laws of Connecticut or another state;
  • Governmental units in the United States; or
  • An organization that receives less than $50,000 in contributions annually, as long as the organization does not pay anyone to conduct solicitations.

If the claim for exemption is approved, the organization does not have to file again unless their status changes and they no longer qualify for exemption.  Exempt organizations are listed along with registered organizations on the DCP’s website at www.elicense.ct.gov, as organizations legally able to solicit contributions.

If your organization cannot claim an exemption, you must:

  1. Complete the initial registration form;
  2. Provide a copy of your most recent IRS Form 990;
  3. Provide audited financial statements if your revenue on the Form 990 exceeds $500,000; and
  4. Pay a $50 registration fee.

However, you do not have to furnish financial documents if you have not completed your first fiscal year or filed your first IRS form 990.

Any changes to the organization’s name, address, officers, tax exempt status, legal form, or fiscal year end must be reported to DCP within 30 days.

Registered organizations that wish to continue soliciting donations must renew their registration each year.  Renewal notices are send by email about 60 days before registration expires.  One email message will contain the user ID and a second message will contain the password.  Blank renewal forms are also available on the DCP website.

An organization should cross out any incorrect information on their renewal notice and write in the corrected information.  To renew online, they must upload the corrected and signed renewal notice, the IRS Form 990, and their audit report, if an audit is required.  They can pay the $50 registration fee with a credit or debit card.

If the organization’s registration is still due more than 65 days past the expiration date, they must apply for reinstatement by mail.  They will have to mail in a reinstatement form, the required attachments, any required audit report, and the $50 registration fee, plus a late fee of $25 per month.

If the organization will no longer solicit donations in Connecticut, they may withdraw by sending in the Form 990 for the last year in which they solicited donations, their registration number, and either a letter stating the date of withdrawal or a copy of a dissolution document.

Paid solicitors and professional fundraisers must also register in Connecticut.  These rules do not apply to any fundraiser who is either a permanent employee of the charity or a volunteer.

If a person or company plans, manages, or otherwise advises a charity regarding fundraising but does not solicit donations themselves or hire anyone to solicit donations, they must register as a fundraising counsel.  A fundraising counsel must have a contract with the charity and must submit a copy of the contract to the DCP.

If the person or company is hired to directly solicit contributions, they must pay an annual fee of $500 and post a $20,000 surety bond with DCP.  They must also file a notice-to-solicit at the start of each fundraising campaign and a financial report at its conclusion.  These reports are filed jointly with the charitable organization.

Volunteer fundraisers must have an organization’s written permission to use their name and should verify that the organization is registered to solicit donations.  If you wish to hold an auction or raffle to benefit a charity, you should check for local requirements or restrictions.

3 Factors Affecting Your Nonprofit Registration Timeline

One of the most frequently asked questions we get in our support email is “How long will it take to get my charity registered”.  That depends on 3 factors: organizational paperwork preparedness, number of states registering, and the state office for which you are registering.

Prior to beginning the process you should have all of the following paperwork/information in hand to facilitate completing the questions that are required to fill in the forms. If you look at the left-hand side on the SimpleCharityRegistration.com website the navigation bar divides the questions by topic.  The sections will give you a sense of the types of required information you will need. You can even click on the sections ahead before entering information to see what you will need next.

Organizational Paperwork

In addition to the 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF or other financial reporting you will need:

  • Info on the origins of the charity, such as formation date and state, 501(c) designation and date or application date, organization type, purpose, mission, etc.
  • if this is an initial registration in states, you will also need to attach the articles of incorporation and by-laws
  • list of sources of government grants
  • personnel — list of board members with addresses (usually a business address other than the charity), key employees and their salaries and positions, and information about whether any of these people have connections to other related organizations or have any interaction with government agencies or courts
  • list of any paid professional fundraisers used by your charity along with their contracts and terms
  • a list of chapters, branches or offices of the organization
  • a list of resident agents for the states required as explained on the right side of the Resident Agent page

Most of these items are for answering the questionnaire, but some, like the articles of incorporation and by-laws, will need to be copied and attached to the registration form upon submission.

For the data entry, depending on the size of your organization, you should allow a few days just in case you need to contact other administrators in your office for missing information. The next step is proofing and putting the packages together. Add some signatures and stamps and you are on your way.

Number of States

The best part about having an account with SimpleCharityRegistration.com is once all the information is in the software printing and preparing each consecutive state application becomes easier and the next year when it is time to renew you only need to review the prior year’s information and add the current financials and you are on your way to knocking this once burdensome process right out of the park!!

States Where Registering

Depending on the time of year and which states you are registering the time for approval can take a couple of business days up to 6 weeks or more.  Take note of the renewal date for each state when registering as you know that will be the time of year the state offices will be the busiest and your initial registration application may take a little longer.

You may also enjoy our new welcome video and our two-part blog on this topic.

Please contact us with any comments, questions or concerns at (800) 780-6027 or support@SimpleCharityRegstration.com.

State Charity Registration Made Easy – Webinar

Simple Charity Registration is an affordable form fill software designed to reduce the amount of time and resources it takes your organization to fulfill your state charity compliance requirements.

How can SimpleCharityRegistration.com help you accomplish your mission?

4 Simple Steps:

  1. Identifying up front which states your organization will need to register in and in which states you may be exempt from registration requirements
  2. Collecting all information necessary to file up-to-date state specific forms (registration, renewal, exemption, or extension), with instructions and resources all in one place
  3. Sending email reminders of renewal and annual financial due dates, saving you from missed deadlines and penalties
  4. Storing your data from one year to the next, available to you at any time to add a new state or renew a previous one, keeping you compliant

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4 Simple Steps to Compliance Video

Simple Charity Registration is designed to allow you to do your registration in parts as you have the information available, making now the perfect time to get started on your registrations and renewals while waiting for your financials to be complete.

Simple Charity Registration looks forward to helping you spend more of your valuable resources on your mission while staying compliant.

Join Us for a free, 30-minute webinar on Thursday, July 20th at 2:00 pm ET.

Register Now

 

Here are some other resources that will be helpful throughout the registration process: GuideStar’s blog on State Registration Requirements for Fundraising, our blogs on what to prepare for registration and how Simple Charity Registration can help.

Please take a minute to visit our website www.SimpleCharityRegistration.com and create a free account or contact us to learn more at 800.780.6027 or email us at support@simplecharityregistration.com with any questions.

Thank you
Your Simple Charity Registration Support Team

 

Demystifying State Charity Registration – Webinar

For many nonprofits, this time of year brings anxiety from multi-state charity registration requirements. Whether you are looking at register for the first time or renewing, it can be overwhelming. SimpleCharityRegistration.com can help you manage this heavy load.

Simple Charity Registration is an affordable form automation software designed to reduce the amount of time and resources it takes your organization to fulfill your state charity compliance needs. How can SimpleCharityRegistration help you accomplish your mission?

4 Simple Steps:

  1. Identifying up front which states your organization will need to register in and in which states you may be exempt from registration requirements
  2. Collecting all information necessary to file up-to-date state specific forms (registration, renewal, exemption, or extension), with instructions and resources all in one place
  3. Sending email reminders of renewal and annual financial due dates, saving you from missed deadlines and penalties
  4. Storing your data from one year to the next, available to you at any time to add a new state or renew a previous one, keeping you compliant

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4 Simple Steps to Compliance Video

Simple Charity Registration is designed to allow you to do your registration in parts as you have the information available, making now the perfect time to get started on your registrations and renewals while waiting for your financials to be complete.

Simple Charity Registration looks forward to helping you spend more of your valuable resources on your mission while staying compliant.

Join Us for a free, 30-minute webinar on Wednesday, April 5, at 3:00 pm ET.

Register Now

 

Here are some other resources that will be helpful throughout the registration process: GuideStar’s blog on State Registration Requirements for Fundraising, our blogs on what to prepare for registration and how Simple Charity Registration can help.

Please take a minute to visit our website www.SimpleCharityRegistration.com and create a free account or contact us to learn more 800.780.6027 support@simplecharityregistration.com.

Thank you
Your Simple Charity Registration Support Team

 

GuideStar & Simple Charity Registration Webinar 1/18/2017

Please register for Simple Charity Registration – annual state charity registration made easy! on Jan 18, 2017 2:30 PM EST at: 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3425208897626102785

GuideStar and Simple Charity Registration are partnering to simplify the annual state registration process and save your nonprofit organization time and money; freeing up valuable resources for your mission. 

SimpleCharityRegistration.com makes it easy and affordable for nonprofits to manage the arduous annual state registration process. No more dozens of manila folders on your desk, a sea of extension letters and deadlines that don’t match with your federal filings. 

Simple Charity Registration, like TurboTax, determines which states you need to register with, asks the right questions, fills out all your forms and provides simple filing instructions. 

The webinar will provide an overview of how SimpleCharityRegistration.com works and how small and large nonprofits can save time and money using the software while freeing up valuable time to support your mission. 

Prior to the webinar, you may wish to create a free account and use the system to determine in which states you need to register. You are not billed until you print forms, so take a spin! Please be sure to read the Welcome page and complete both the State Checklist and State Registration Groups pages, as they determine the process for all the states. 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

4 Simple Steps to State Registration Compliance

Welcome to Simple Charity Registration, a do-it-yourself, form-fill software developed by nonprofit and IT professionals to make it easy and affordable for charities to comply with state charitable solicitation registrations.

If you’re watching this, you likely know that most states require that charities register with them in order to be able to solicit funds in their state. This requires initial and annual filings that have different deadlines and requirements.

Our mission is to bring affordable automation of the state charity registration process to all US nonprofits so that they can refocus human and financial resources on accomplishing their missions.

What can Simple Charity Registration do for your organization?

We can save you hundreds of hours of work through 4 steps which streamlines the individual state registration process by answering core questions that are asked on every application and a handful of state specific questions all the while auto populating all the forms for you.

Simply 4 Steps

First our Compliance Wizard will help you determine which states that your organization is required to register in, which you many need to renew your registration and where your organization may be exempt.

Next, you will begin the questionnaire process which includes questions about your organization, its people and some of the people you do business with.

You continue the process by filling in any state specifics and some financial questions from your own Form 990.

Lastly you print and review your organizations forms and attachments, sign and send them to the state.

The end product is auto-filled forms with the required addenda, a checklist of attachments and filing instructions.

Simple Reminders

An added benefit of our software is you will receive email reminders with the state specific deadlines hopefully saving you from any nasty late fees and keeping your organization compliant.

Simple Resources

Along with the state forms we provide updated instructions and state resources pages with links to regulations and contact information.  We also offer an informative blog with industry news, information on upcoming conferences & webinars and anything else that we think you might find helpful to your organizations mission.

Simple Next Year

Finally, we make it even easier next year so that the only thing that you will need to do is review the prior year’s information, make necessary changes to your data, print and file.

We’ve been in your position with the confusion and frustration of filing state charitable solicitation registrations. So here is our answer to help your nonprofit remain transparent and in compliance so that you can continue your valuable work.

Simple Right?

Let’s Get Started!! Your first state is free and after that, you can choose to pay as you go with the individual state form packages for $50 each or purchase the “All States Package” for $900 which includes the forms for all 39 states. Both packages do contain the forms necessary for each individual state including forms for extensions, exemptions, registrations, renewals, annual filings and in some cases financial statements.

Please contact us with any comments, questions or concerns at (800)780-6027 or support@SimpleCharityRegstration.com.

 

Simple Charity Registration – Navigating the Site

Welcome to SimpleCharityRegistration.com!!  In this video we are going to give you a tour of our website.

Across the Top You Will Find

The “Home” page tab will always return you back to the “Login Page”

The “Contact Us” tab is where you will find the contact information for the support group at SimpleCharityRegistration.com.

The “Blog” tab is where you will find industry news, helpful information from state authorities, and miscellaneous articles essential to state registration.  You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and our YouTube channel.

The “Login” tab is where you can login to another account or get back to where you left off in your account.

The Blue Ribbon Contains

The “Blue Ribbon” tabs are primarily for company specific information. There are 6 tabs that you can browse at your leisure but not used in processing forms.

How It Works, Get Started, About Us, FAQ, Our Guarantee, State Requirements

Left Side Navigation Bar

The left side navigation bar is where all the action happens.

Fiscal Year

The “Fiscal Year” is the first item you will see on the left side navigation bar.  This is where you choose which fiscal year you would like to file forms for.  A new organization or one just getting started will most likely choose 2015 as their starting point whereas an organization that has been soliciting in the past may want to start in 2014.

Account Information

In the “Account Information” section you will see the “My Account” tab that is where you will find your invoices for the states you have purchased, you’re billing information and your password reset option.

The “Welcome” tab is where you will find all your instructions and helpful videos like this one.

The “Form Preview & Print” tab is where you will find information on printing your forms and saving your organizations pdf’s.

Compliance Wizard

In the “Compliance Wizard you will find the “State Checklist” and the “State Registration Groups”.

State Checklist Page

The “State Checklist” page is where you want to start the process.  It is here where you can choose to view the “Exemption Groups” for each state with one question.  We call this the “Super Exemption Question”.  There are some examples of the major exemption categories here.  If you know you are not exempt you just check “No” and you will not be asked any further questions about exemptions.  If you think you may be exempt check “Yes” and the exemption question groups will populate on the next page.

Here you will also choose which states you would like to register in or have previously registered in.  After you have answered the questions on this page that apply to your organization you will hit “Continue” which will start populating the forms that are required for registration or renewal on the left hand navigation bar in the “State Specific” groups.  The website will then take you to the next page which is the “State Registration Groups” page.

You will also notice on this page and throughout this site that each questions page has 3 buttons on the top and bottom of the page:  Save, Continue and Skip.  Please use the “Save” button often to save your work.  The “Continue” button will save your work and take you to the next unchecked page.

State Registration Groups

The “State Registration Groups” page is next.  Here you will enter information about your fiscal year, prior registration dates and a handful of questions which will finish the form population process.

The fiscal year is asked on most forms and some renewal dates are based on this date.

The “State Specific Groups” are primarily for your organization to have all your deadline information in one place.  You can see renewal dates here and if an extension is available in a particular state.  You will also add here any state registration numbers and answer a few state specific questions.  The renewal dates are based on either your registration date or fiscal year end date.  We will be sending you renewal reminders based on these dates.

Exemption Groups (if applicable)

The exemption groups will appear after the state specific registration groups based on your answer to the “Super Exemption” question on the prior page.  These exemption questions vary widely in number and type state by state.

Basic Information

On the “Basic Information” tab is the most general questions that will be essential for any form you wish to complete such as addresses and contact information.

Extensions

You will find the steps to file extensions in the “Extension Information” tab.  If you are intending to renew your organizations registration but do not have your paperwork ready in time for the deadline, you can look in the State Specific groups to see if one is offered by that state.  You can then check that you would like to file an extension and the form will form will populate under this tab.

You may also want to look at the “Important Tips” of navigating the website on the “Welcome Page”.

As always please contact us with any comments, questions or concerns at (800)780-6027 or Support@SimpleCharityRegistration.com

More of our tutorials can also be seen on our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2a1t5YJ 

DC Charity Registration Process – Domestic Non-profit Organizations

Registering in Washington, DC as a domestic non-profit organization is a multi-step process in which the steps must be followed in order to complete the process with success.  The best way to register in DC is online through the Department of Consumer and Regulator Affairs (DCRA), Corporations Division, CorpOnline Web Portal or to go in person to their offices.

These instructions are for in-state (domestic) charity organizations who will be located in DC and soliciting DC residents and corporations for donations.  Here are the steps that we recommend to our in-state customers.

Domestic Organizations (located in DC) — Will be required to provide evidence of corporate registration in DC & have applied for DC tax exemption prior to obtaining solicitation registration.

1. Corporate Registration

a.  New nonprofit organizations in DC must file their articles of incorporation for corporate registration using the Domestic Nonprofit Registration Statement DNP-1 through the Corporations Division.  It is best to do this online because you can submit a copy of the confirmation email as evidence of filing with your DC tax exemption application (Step 2b).

b. If you plan on using a name in DC other than your registered corporate name, you also will need Trade Name registration. If you include a trade name on your BBL-EZ (Step 3) you will need to register that name.

2. DC Tax Exemption

a. File FR-500 to register with the DC Office of Tax and Revenue. This can also be done faster online.

b. File FR-164 to become a tax-exempt entity in the District (Fillable version). You can mail this or drop it off in person. We recommend you include a stamp-and-return copy in self-addressed stamped envelope include with your BBL-EZ filing (see below).

3. Obtain a Certificate of Occupancy (COO) or Home Occupancy Permit (HOP)

File for a Certificate of Occupancy by paper or online to ensure that your activities comply with zoning laws.  You will need a COO if you operate out of an office in the District OR a HOP permit if your organization is run out of a home.  If your organization is leasing space the building owner should be able to supply you with a copy of the COO.

4. Business Licensing

a. Once steps 1, 2 and 3 are completed, the organization can apply for the Basic Business License for Charitable Solicitation using the the BBL-EZ form. This form can also be found at Simple Charity Registration. You will need to include your registration certificate from Step 1 and a copy of your FR-164 filing from Step 2b.

Note: Accredited educational institutions, religious organizations, and member-based groups need to file the BBL-EZ to receive exemption. 

b. File for Clean Hands Certification, showing that you owe no more than $100 in the District — included in the BBL-EZ.

c. File the Certified Resolution, certifying that you are authorized to sign for the organization and that all answers are true to the best of your knowledge and ability.

5. Business licensing is good for two years and renewable at that time.

6. Overview of the process:

a. 5 Basic Steps to Obtaining a Business License and

b. Charitable Solicitation Registration Quick Facts

Other useful web pages:

Please contact us with any comments, questions or concerns at (800)780-6027 or support@SimpleCharityRegstration.com.