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How does one get started as an independent researcher?
Some important things:Having a good webpage is important. Make sure that you have some familiarity with SEO (and try to capture some of the rare academic terms that only scholars will search for). An active online presence is far more important for independent scholars than it is for scholars in most universities - and increases the chances that someone will chance upon your page and find you interesting enough to contact (and to possibly advocate for you for in the future). If you don't know HTML well, consider WordPress (as an example, http://bioteaching.wordpress.com). I've also asked a question here: What is the best WordPress.com theme to use if I want to use a WordPress.com page as my personal homepage?Consider doing computational research (especially modelling/simulations) where lack of time holds research back more than lack of funding. There are simply a huge number of unsolved problems in many computational fields, and many people appreciate any additional effort that's put into them (which is why Crowdsourcing is becoming so important in science. In many cases, university departments have unused computers most of the time (this is especially true for the Atmospheric Science department here), and they may be able to pryou with a computer account.Ask for advice from academics who seem to be digital natives (academics who are active on Twitter/Google+ but who aren't too popular yet are the best ones to ask)Also, consider emailing undergrads/grad students, and ask for advice on which professors are the most approachable professors. This could really go a long way.Consider Crowdfunding: What are some concrete examples of science being crowdfunded? Not realistic for most right now, but definitely has future potential.
How long does it take to file for a 501(C) or non-profit status and how much will it cost to do so?
It will take about 3 weeks to 1 year, and will cost a minimum of $275 if you do it entirely by yourself.Step 1: Creating the Nonprofit OrganizationThe first step is creating the nonprofit organization that will serve as the underlying 501(c) entity. The nonprofit organization generally can be an unincorporated association, a corporation or a trust.Trusts and unincorporated associations are created by contract, and so if you draft it yourself, there are no government fees involved. The time taken will depend on how long you take to draft and execute the necessary documents. If you are really really determined, you could get it done in a day or two.Corporations are creatures formed under the auspices of the laws of a particular state, and states charge a filing fee to establish a corporation. The time taken depends on the state. Many states have expedited processing where they will form the corporation in 24 hours. There also needs to be certain governing documents, and if you are really really determined, you could get it done in a day or two.Step 2: Obtaining a Tax-IDThere is no government fee for obtaining an employment identification number (EIN), which is the tax ID number for the nonprofit organization. So again, if you do it yourself, it is free. If you have a current social security number or individual tax identification number, this can be done online in under 5 minutes.Step 3: Obtaining Recognition of 501(c) StatusThe filing fee for form 1023-EZ is $275 (the short-form 501c3 application). The filing fee for all others is $600. Time taken for 1023-EZ is usually between 2 weeks to 6 weeks. Time taken for the rest is usually anywhere from 6 months to a year.Additionally, in certain categories, 501(c) status could be “self-declared.” For example, 501(c)(4)s, and 501(c)(3)s that are houses of worship or with income under $5,000. However, there are many risks involved in doing so.
What isn't a crime but should be?
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I am a minor in Maryland. How do I start a nonprofit organization? My mom is helping me.
Here's a good summary of what's involved in Maryland: How to Form a Maryland Nonprofit Corporation | Nolo.com. The big problem you're going to run into is that all the incorporators of the corporation need to be over 18. Assuming your mother is willing to serve as an incorporator in your stead. You also need $170. The form is pretty simple to fill out, and importantly has the boilerplate text that the feds require. Fill out the form, pay your money, and you're a Maryland non-profit corporation. Well, you need to create bylaws, and such, but there are copy-and-paste samples out there you can use to create one from.Unfortunately, registering with the state gets you pretty close to bupkis. If you want to solicit funds from the public and have the be tax-exempt (and not have the donations be taxable income from the perspective of the feds and Maryland), you need to snag a federal 501(c)3 status, and that's a much more involved process involving more filing fees and more forms (and probably a lawyer, unless you really know what you're doing.) It took us nearly a year and a lot of back-and-forth with the IRS to get our 501(c)3, although things have evidently loosened up quick a bit since the scandals of a few years ago.
How do I consult a nonprofit tax advisor to assist me in filling all my IRS documents?
My suggestion is that you call your state's bar association, and ask for suggestions.  Many bar associations run programs that prpro bono legal assistance to nonprofit organizations or people who are in the process of forming nonprofit organizations.Some municipalities also have bar associations, and if your initiative is hyper-local, it might make sense to see if your city has one.
How can I see the IRS filings by nonprofits on the Internet?
A2A - To the best of my knowledge the IRS does NOT make available the form 990s that are filed by NOT FOR profits. This would be a security issue. Access to the IRS computers is VERY EXTREMELY Limited. And direct access almost non existent.By law they are available for public inspection. Simply contact the NFP.I prepare 3 NFPs. All 3 post their 990 on their website so that they do not have to be bothered by people like you. My suggestion is check their website first. Then contact them.NOTE if you want copies they are allowed to charge you for costs and time (a “reasonable” amount) and they are allowed to set times that copies are available for inspection (for example they close at 5pm you can not ask for someone to be there at 8 pm or on weekends or at 6am). They do NOT have to bend over backwards for you!
How do I try a nonprofit idea out before filing paperwork?
Congrats on your willingness to take the leap and test out your idea!I'm going to assume that 1) you would be filing as a nonprofit specifically for the purposes of creating an entity with a specific legal status and that 2) you are organizing your solution as a legal entity in order to help expand the solution you have identified /created which you think will produce a social or environmental benefit. If I'm off in this regard, let me know. If either of these assumptions isn't true, then I would say you might be able to skip the paperwork all together and just start testing out iterations of your idea. You can always implement a socially or environmentally beneficial idea without a nonprofit entity status, it's just a question of what's most advantageous per your goals.Let's say you come up with a test solution and some stakeholders to test it out with. You need two things: An idea of the specific benefit or "level of good" you think your solution will produce.A baseline understanding of how your stakeholders are doing right now relative to that specific benefit.For example, if your solution has to do with improving the reading comprehension of children living in relative poverty, then you need to have a baseline understanding of how well those children are reading right now. The two most effective ways to do this are 1) researching ethical and effective methods for surveying your stakeholders and then taking the time to survey them, and then 2) researching current data on the problem you are trying to solve for.After you figure out a baseline, you can then develop a small test with a targeted group of stakeholders. And, if you've already done a survey with your prospective stakeholders, then you can ask those stakeholders to participate in testing out a solution as well.So, before you write out your idea in the  form of big  goals and try to establish a big time table for testing them out, try and answer theese questions.Who  are your stakeholders? Who are you trying to serve through your  nonprofit?Do  you know your stakeholders concerns personally and intellectually? If  so, what is the evidence that your idea could pra benefit them? In  other words, has your idea been tested before and what were the  results? How could you improve upon other people's progress?Can   you test your idea (which, I'll refer to as a solution) with smaller  groups or break it down into  smaller steps? If you can prove the  viability of a solution with a small number of people who are would-be stakeholders or prove that the first step in your big idea works, then you have a good chance of building a sustainable solution that can be expanded based on your test results.So, long story short, if you get your marketing right, then you'll be off to a flying start.After you get finished answering those questions and building a representative test group of stakeholders, you just need to set up the parameters of your test by asking the following questions:What affect does the proposed solution have on the stakeholders?Are the results different from what I expected? How? Why?What are the limitations of my proposed solution? How can they be eliminated or accounted for in a different test model?Then, what you do next depends on how satisfied you are with those answers. If unsatisfied but hopeful, keep iterating a new solution or -- if satisfied and interested in expanding the solution -- get organized in the most effective way for your solution and try and implement it with more stakeholders.Looking forward to hearing more on this. Best of luck to you.
How do I start a 501(c) non profit?
Nonprofits can be organized as corporations, trusts and unincorporated associations. For the purposes of this answer, I’m going to focus on forming one as a corporation, since it is what a majority of nonprofits do.Decide who will be on the nonprofit board. Generally, it is preferable that a nonprofit have at least 3 independent directors. Also, it would be helpful for the board to discuss what the organization’s mission, vision and activities would be.Figure out what sort of corporation you need to form. Some states, like New York, have a special “not-for-profit corporation” type, while other states, like Delaware, require you to form a non-stock corporation.Prepare the corporate charter. Depending on the state, this would usually be called the Certificate of Incorporation or Articles of Incorporation. The charter will need specific language which would vary on a state by state basis, it also requires special language required by the IRS. The IRS has provided suggested language for their end here: Suggested Language for Corporations and Associations (per Publication 557)Execute and file the corporate charter with the state, with the requisite filing fees. Along with your filing, request a certified copy of the corporate charter • this will be needed for both bank accounts and for the federal application.Meanwhile, prepare bylaws for your nonprofit. This sets out rules under which the affairs of your nonprofit would be conducted. It is also suggested to create certain policies that are integrated into the bylaws, such as a conflict of interest policy.Once the state has approved the filing, hold an organizational meeting where the directors ratify the certificate of incorporation and bylaws, and all other actions performed for the purpose of forming the corporation. If no directors were appointed in the certificate of incorporation, the organizational meeting should also serve to have the initial directora appointed.Complete Federal tax exemption paperwork. Assuming you are trying to form a 501c3, you will need to complete Form 1023. This provides information about your nonprofit, its mission and activities and finances. Depending on your particular circumstances, this may be a huge huge undertaking, so give yourself some time (including attachments, I’ve filed 501c3 applications over 70 pages long). If you will be a small nonprofit and meet other requirements, you may be able to do Form 1023-EZ, which is much shorter. However, beware, as the application is there to help the IRS weed out ineligible organizations, so they do contain certain traps.Assuming all goes well, you will receive a positive determination letter from the IRS. Make copies and scans of this. It is proof that you are a 501c organization. You will need it for state level filings, google for nonprofits, and a host of other things.File any requisite state level paperwork. Most states require 501c3s fundraising in the state to register as a fundraiser or charity. If you are fundraising in multiple states, you may need to file in multiple states. Every state has its own rules.(Non)profit!I'm a lawyer, but not your lawyer. This is not legal advice, just general information, so depend on it at your own risk. The internet is a scary place, so don't believe every thing you read. If you need legal advice, hire a lawyer to be your lawyer =)
How can I fill out an IRS form 8379?
Form 8379, the Injured Spouse declaration, is used to ensure that a spouse’s share of a refund from a joint tax return is not used by the IRS as an offset to pay a tax obligation of the other spouse.Before you file this, make sure that you know the difference between this and the Innocent Spouse declaration, Form 8857. You use Form 8379 when your spouse owes money for a legally enforeceable tax debt (such as a student loan which is in default) for which you are not jointly liable. You use Form 8857 when you want to be released from tax liability for an understatement of tax that resulted from actions taken by your spouse of which you had no knowledge, and had no reason to know.As the other answers have specified, you follow the Instructions for Form 8379 (11/2016) on the IRS Web site to actually fill it out.
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