Most non-profits that are bigger are formed at the National level as 501c3 status. That is just a legal entity though, where these nonprofits conduct their business can be at their choosing. That means it could be at a state level.
Asked in Workers Compensation
Can I be required by the workman's comp insurer to perform volunteer work for nonprofits while recovering from a jobsite injury?
No, you can not be required by the workman's compensation insurer to perform volunteer work for nonprofits while recovering from a job site injury. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
What is the difference between state and federal police?
The main difference is, state police have jurisdiction within the state where they work, federal officers have jurisdiction anywhere in the U.S. Another difference is, in my state, state police officers mostly are responsible for "enforcing federal and state laws relating to traffic, investigating accidents, and criminal interdiction on roads and highways," and federal officer investigate federal crimes, such as bank robbery. ...
Asked in Charities and Non-Profits
Who regulates nonprofits?
Nonprofits are regulated by a variety of entities. The IRS is paramount as it grants tax exempt status and also requires a 990 tax form be filed annually. The Secretary of State, depending on the state in which you are located, registers the corporation and may also require an additional registration of continued existence on a scheduled basis. Also, depending on the state, the Attorney General, and sometimes municipalities also, issues charitable registrations allowing the organization to accept donations. Nonprofits are governed by...
Asked in US Constitution
The federal government has become the dominant player in federal state relations?
The federal government has become the dominant player in federal state relations. This is to assist the states to work cohesively with the national government and ensure that resources are distributed in an equitable manner. ...
Asked in Legal Definitions
What are the legal documents upon which are based the operations and organization of our educational system?
State and federal laws. State and federal laws. State and federal laws. State and federal laws. ...
Asked in Hobbies & Collectibles, State Laws
Which takes priority federal administrative regulation or state constitution?
Federal. The dual government is set up in such a way that if federal and state are in conflict, federal trumps. The order is as follows: Federal constitution Federal statute Federal case law Federal regulations and administrative law State constitution State statute State case law State regulations and administrative law ...
What is the difference betwee the Illinois Department of Labor and the United States Department of Labor?
Every state has it's own Department of Labor, which supervises companies and enforces the laws of employment in it's state. The US Department of Labor is the Federal Government and oversees the Federal laws regarding labor. Labor laws do differ from state in many issues, such as Child Labor laws (work permits, minimum age to enter the work force). This is the same type of separation of Federal and State power as the State Congress and Federal Congress. ...
Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes, Tax Forms, Tax Refunds, Medical Billing and Coding
Can medical bills be taken out of Federal Income tax returns in the state of South Carolina?
Yes and the state doesn't matter on federal income tax returns. Federal is federal and state is state. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, US Constitution
Why do you have separate state and federal courts system?
State courts interpret and hear cases having to do with state law passed by the state legislature - Federal Courts interpret and hear cases dealing with Federal law and statutes. State courts do not try Federal cases, and Federal courts do not try state cases. ...
How do Federal State And Local Governments work together?
who freaking knows....but i really need to know this!!! somebody answer!!!!! ...
When should it be ok for a state government to overrule the federal government?
It isn’t ok for state government to overrule a federal government. The federal is above the state. ...
Asked in The Difference Between, Comparisons
What is the difference between state and federal senators?
State senators are elected by the residents of the state to represent them in the State Senate. Federal Senators are elected by the residents of a state to represent them in the Federal Senate. State senators make laws for the state, while Federal Senators make laws for the entire nation. ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
Is racism and sexism allowed in nonprofits or religious jobs?
I'm not sure about nonprofits, but seeing as how religion created sexism and racism it should be perfectly fine for religious jobs. ...
Asked in State Laws, Federal Laws
When a state calls a federal law invalid?
State law can be more detailed than federal law, but cannot conflict with federal law. Therefore, a state law cannot determine that a federal law is invalid. The state would have to, instead challenge the federal law as an unconstitutional intrusion on state rights. ...