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Wisconsin New Charity Registration Guidelines

Wisconsin recently passed new charity registration guidelines. Way to Go Wisconsin!  Wisconsin enacted changes to its charitable registration laws effective February 29, 2016.  It is good news for small and large nonprofits alike! Key changes include an increase in the exemption threshold from $5,000 to $25,000 in revenue per fiscal year for smaller organizations that

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MN Updates Charity Registration Process

Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson recently announced two updates improving the charity registration process. Registration and reporting document can be submitted as PDF files by email and the related fees paid online. All charity registration documents we used to submit by US mail can now be sent as PDF files to http://charity.registration@ag.state.mn.us. The fee for Minnesota

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Louisiana Charity Registration Renewal Date is Looming!

The state of Louisiana is one of only a few states to have a fixed annual registration renewal date and they have selected October 1st of each year.  In LA the Office of the Attorney General, Department of Justice, is responsible for charitable organization and professional solicitation registration requirements. Charitable organizations must file the Unified

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CA Requires IRS Form 990 – Unredacted Schedule B

As many nonprofits are aware, California is one of two states requiring the filing of the IRS Form 990 unredacted Schedule B at the time of charity registration and renewal required to be eligible to solicit funds in California.  In early May, the 9th Circuit denied the Center for Competitive Politics (CCP) an injunction that would have restricted the California Attorney General’s office from making the fully complete Schedule B a filing requirement.

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Florida Charity Registration Legislation Adds New Requirments

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs have recently been giving charity registration and professional fundraisers a lot of attention. Florida has the dubious honor of being home to 11 of the top 50 WORST charities according to the Center for Investigative Reporting; http://cironline.org/. The new legislation aims to “prevent the misuse of Floridians’

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