Klug Law Firm represents public charities, booster clubs, and other tax exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. In addition, the firm also represents private foundations, including local associations of employees and social clubs, and other tax exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3), (4) – (7) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Our comprehensive representation of non-profit organizations includes preparing and filing articles of organizations and assumed name certificates; preparing constitutions, bylaws, minutes and membership certificates; preparing and filing registrations with states as a charitable trust; obtaining state charitable solicitation licenses, tax identification numbers, sales and use tax exemptions, and real and personal property tax exemptions; preparing and maintaining annual reports, Form 990, and others; and guest speaking at organizational meetings on tax exempt related matters.
Klug Law Firm’s representation includes:
- Preparing and filing Articles of Organizations and Assumed Name Certificates
- Preparing constitutions, Bylaws, Minutes and Membership Certificates
- Preparing and filing Registrations with states as a charitable trust
- Obtaining state charitable solicitation licenses
- Obtaining Tax Identification Numbers
- Obtaining Sales and Use Tax exemptions
- Obtaining Real and Personal Property Tax exemptions
- Preparing and maintaining annual reports, Form 990, etc.
- Guest speaking at organizational meetings on tax exempt-related matters
Experienced Lansing Non Profit Attorneys
Since 1977, Klug Law Firm has been providing legal services for Lansing area non profit businesses including: formation, obtaining tax exempt status, licensing, and obtaining real and personal property tax exemptions. Whether you are an established non profit or are just starting out, contact the Klug Law Firm for professional assistance with your needs.