Tax-Exempt Entities

As one might suspect, the tax-exempt entity area can present taxpayers with tremendous opportunities, but also potential pitfalls.  As you might also suspect, obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code, including Sections 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4) and 501(c)(6) under Subchapter F of the Code, is not at all simple and straightforward.  At Meissner Tierney our attorneys assist a number of tax-exempt entites, including private foundations, charitable organizations, associations and the like in navigating through the various qualification and compliance requirements.  Our attorneys are prepared to work with your organization to efficiently but carefully ensure initial and continued compliance wtih the tax laws.

Choice-of-Entity Considerations for 501(c)(3) Organizations: More than Meets the Eye

Choice of Entity Corner Journal of Passthrough Entities (November-December 2012) Adam J. Tutaj Introduction The concept of “choice-of-entity” has more...
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Attorney Tom Nichols Co-Authors Wall Street Journal Article: “Ending the One-Two Corporate Tax Punch”

The Wall Street Journal Op-Ed piece titled, “Ending the One-Two Corporate Tax Punch” examines the effectiveness of the current U.S....
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Protecting Your Identity: Structuring Techniques for Preserving an Entity’s Existing Employer Identification Number in Cross-Species Mergers and Conversions

Journal of Passthrough Entities (July-August 2014) Adam J. Tutaj Introduction Choice-of-entity literature is replete with commentary on the differences between...
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