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| How to Set up a US Nonprofit in Israel - March 14

AACI Jerusalem Programs     Talpiot
Tuesday, 13 March 3:21 PM

How to set up a US nonprofit in Israel

Wednesday, March 14th, 19:00
Free!
At PICO Jerusalem- 2 Poalei Tzedek (on the same floor as AACI- go all the way to the end of the porch)!

Do you have a dream to help/aid/assist and better the world?!

The non-profit area has special challenges.

Do you have a dream to help/aid/assist and better the world?! The non-profit area has special challenges. 

Learn what you realistically need to set up a US non-profit. What are the steps involved? What are the costs? What type of non-profit? What do I need to set up a Board of Directors? And more. Become aware of the many factors necessary to achieve your dream organization! Learn what you need to know/do to be able to fund-raise in the U.S.!

Presenter: David Garber, an experienced IRS Enrolled Agent, is an AACI member who made aliyah in 2001 after a career in financial planning, investment and insurance brokerage. He serves U.S. olim clients on all phases of individual, non-profit, and business taxation and planning, and has assisted scores of 501 C 3 non-profit organizations with set-up, launching, operations, board conduct, and IRS 990 Annual Tax Returns.www.7thfloortaxservice.com

Register for the event here:
https://goo.gl/forms/76552neuQzQKpISg1

        
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