nonprofit organization

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Noun1.nonprofit organization - an organization chartered for other than profit-making activities
organization, organisation - the act of organizing a business or an activity related to a business; "he was brought in to supervise the organization of a new department"
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Being nonstock nonprofit corporations, these organizations basically have nothing to subject to income taxes, since they have no income to speak of.
Mancuso, an attorney and author specializing in corporations and limited liability companies, explains how to run nonprofit corporations and take care of corporate responsibilities.
The Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has demanded the country's 57 largest companies disclose information on people affiliated with their nonprofit corporations, the nation's antitrust watchdog said Wednesday.
The State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic, known as SOCAR, allegedly funneled $750,000 through nonprofit corporations based in the United States to conceal the source of the funding for the conference in the former Soviet nation, according to the 70-page report by the Office of Congressional Ethics, an independent investigative arm of the House.
The County of Santa Barbara Assessor (Assessor) reassessed two mobile home parks owned by resident-controlled nonprofit corporations after residents sold both their mobile homes and their ownership interests in the corporation.
Further, Higdon has fifteen years of experience in the community as a board director for several for profit and nonprofit corporations and served as chairman of the Louisville Sports Commission for almost four years.
Coverage available for: Nonprofit corporations, publicly owned corporations, privately held corporations.
If 100,000 nonprofit corporations are to fail, what should become of their programs and services?
MANY YOUNG AND SEASONED INDIVIDUALS ARE ACQUIRING and opening nonprofit corporations as opposed to for-profit corporations, and I think it would be great if BLACK ENTERPRISE did some articles on these young, black founders and CEOs.
Although LSC has stronger federal accountability requirements than many nonprofit corporations, it is subject to governance and accountability requirements that are weaker than those of independent federal agencies and U.S.
MNA Board members hosted an inservice presentation on the state and federal legal requirements of nonprofit corporations such as MNA and the Foundation by Dr.

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