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Archive for November, 2010


501C3 CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENT

Conflict of Interest Statement for Board Members of Nonprofit Organization Name No board member or board committee member, or any member of his/her family should accept any gift, entertainment, service, loan, or promise of future benefits from any person who either personally or whose employees might benefit or appear to benefit from such board or […]

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Advantages of a 501c3

A nonprofit organization exists as a legal entity in its own right and separately from its founder(s). Incorporation puts the nonprofit’s mission and structure above the personal interests of individuals associated with it. Organizations that qualify as public charities under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3) are eligible for federal exemption from payment of corporate income tax. […]

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stock loans

 The stock loan industry has changed considerably these last few years. Many stock loan companies such as AIP, Rainmaker, and Alexander Capital have gone out of business. The SEC injunction against Hedgelender (http://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases/2009/lr21234.htm) left many brokers without an honest lender. >> One of our  Stock-Loan programs is the first and only securities-collateralized loan to stay […]

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why you need a private placement memorandum

Generally, to raise capital a company must register its stock or securities with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and with each state. Registration typically involves providing and obtaining approval from the federal and state governments for complex information about a company and its financing. Registration is time consuming and expensive. Most registration “exemptions” limit the number […]

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Grant update

Grants are not like a bank loan. In other word, just because we submitted them does not mean that anyone looks at them right away. The next step is what is known as the submission deadline date. The funders will not look at the proposals until after the submission deadline date. Most funders review proposals […]

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