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Call Number Range

KF 1300 (general)

KF 6400 (tax)

KFO 1600 (Oklahoma specific)

Relevant Treatises and Books available electronically

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Representing Nonprofit Organizations by Marilyn Phelan

Examines the nonprofit organization versus the profit form of organization. Covers organizing and operating a nonprofit entity, including how charitable organizations may obtain and maintain public charity status; the consequences of private foundation status, and how to avoid prohibited activities and their associated penalty taxes; the extent to which nonprofit organizations may engage in lobbying activities or political campaigns without jeopardizing their status; potential liability of directors of nonprofit organizations, and how to avoid it; accounting principles applicable to nonprofit organizations; practical approaches to handling unrelated business taxable income; and details on many specific types of nonprofit entities.

Nonprofit Organizations: Law & Taxation by Marilyn Phelan

Provides detailed coverage of the effect of tax acts on nonprofit entities. The author discusses accounting methods for reporting financial activities, use of tax-exempt bonds for financing, consequences of a private foundation's status, tax consequences of donors, and the concept of unrelated business taxable income for hospitals, colleges, museums, and other nonprofit organizations. In addition, you'll find all necessary forms for obtaining tax-exempt status, and tax return forms for annual reporting purposes for several different types of exempt organizations.

Nonprofit Corporation Forms Handbook by Barbara L. Kirschten

Nonprofit Corporation Forms Handbook includes nonprofit corporation forms with drafting suggestions for documents that meet requirements of selected jurisdictions. With statutory provisions applicable in California, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia.

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