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Avoid Delays In Setting Up Your Charitable Organization

Stein Sperling understands that tax-exempt and non-profit organizations face different challenges than those of traditional, for-profit businesses. For public charities and private foundations under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), and other types of tax-exempt organizations, such as IRC §501(c)(4) social welfare organizations and IRC §501(c)(7) social clubs, Stein Sperling’s experienced team of tax and business attorneys provides a wide range of legal services to assist clients through the complex and evolving laws and regulations unique to the tax-exempt world.

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