We advise nonprofit tax-exempt organizations on all manner of corporate, tax, compliance, and other matters. We assist in the formation and operation of various types of tax-exempt non-profit organizations, including public charities and private foundations operating under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, 501(c)(4) issue advocacy groups, 501(c)(6) trade associations, and 527 political organizations. Our work includes all aspects of establishing an exempt organization, from preparing and filing articles of incorporation to drafting bylaws, organizational resolutions, and corporate governance policies.

Many of our tax-exempt clients are subject to regulation by state and local campaign finance, corporate, and tax agencies, as well as the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and Internal Revenue Service (IRS). We are uniquely positioned to guide clients through these multiple, complex, and ever-changing rules.

We regularly assist section 501(c) entities with their applications for federal and state recognition of tax-exempt status and section 527 political organizations with their IRS and/or FEC registration and reporting requirements. Beyond the initial set-up work, we advise our non-profit clients on all manner of tax matters, including rules governing lobbying and political campaign activities, IRS reporting requirements (Form 990), and unrelated business income tax issues. We also advise on corporate and other important matters, including complying with state charitable solicitation registration requirements, advising boards of directors and officers on corporate governance, fiduciary duties and best practices, structuring and operating with affiliated exempt organizations and for-profit entities, and drafting agreements with consultants and vendors.

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Thomas W. Antonucci
202.719.7558 | tantonucci@wiley.law

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