Not-for-profit status is determined by your state laws when the organization is formed. Tax-exempt status is recognized by the IRS based on information submitted to it. That is the only way to obtain such status officially. There are multiple categories provided under section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). Being a not-for-profit company may or may not have an effect on sales tax and franchise tax filing, depending on your state, and on what type of tax-exempt status you have - that is, whether you are 501c3, 501c6, etc. You need to check with your state comptroller's office or state secretary of state. You may have to file a federal form 990 tax return depending on the organization's annual gross income, although these regulations change from time to time. State income or other tax return requirements will vary be state. If a non-profit organization solicits for donations having a "charitable purpose", the state attorney general's office may require registration and annual reporting of how the money was collected and disbursed.
These are the basics, although the potential scenarios are too varied to be any more specific. It really depends on your state and the IRS status. If the non-profit organization is involved in any regulated industry, there may be additional annual licensing or reporting requirements. For example, a fire department may need to certify its membership list to a state agency annually, or complete some on-going licensing requirements.
Partnership firm will have to file their annual tax return with the Income Tax Department. Other tax filings like service tax filing or VAT/CST filing may be necessary from time to time, based on the business activity performed. However, annual report or accounts need not be filed with the Ministry or Corporate Affairs, which is required for Limited Liability Partnerships and Companies.
There are firms in New York which have a tremendous amount of experience filing accurate, legal paperwork on behalf of a client and for a very "nominal" fee, do EVERYTHING for the client including paperwork preparation, filing, processing and obtaining a final judgment of divorce. Not all of these firms are the same.
You cannot produce spirits for beverage purposes without paying taxes and without prior approval of paperwork to operate a distilled spirits plant. [See 26 U.S.C. 5601 & 5602 for some of the criminal penalties.] There are numerous requirements that must be met that make it impractical to produce spirits for personal or beverage use. Some of these requirements are paying excise tax, filing an extensive application, filing a bond, providing adequate equipment to measure spirits, providing suitable tanks and pipelines, providing a separate building (other than a dwelling) and maintaining detailed records, and filing reports. All of these requirements are listed in 27 CFR Part 19.
If one party is filing the divorce it is not necessary for the other person to do so also. However, divorce can be an ugly and stressful process so you should get an attorney and have representation as soon as possible so that when the paperwork comes you are already prepared . And, having representation now will offer you legal advice for actions you should be taking already while the divorce is in progress.
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