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Enter your 1st and 2nd choices for the name of your new South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation.
Your South Carolina Nonprofit corporate name may not contain a word or phrase that indicates or implies that the Nonprofit Corporation is organized for a purpose other than the purpose contained in
its Articles of Incorporation.
We will make sure that no other organization has your name before we submit your order to the South Carolina Secretary of State.
Your Nonprofit Corporation must have a physical address in South Carolina (not a PO Box)
Choose the type of South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation that you want to organize
If you plan to apply for Tax Exempt status - 501c(3) - with the IRS your Articles of Incorporation must include specific language.
If you don't include the correct verbiage the IRS will reject your application for Tax Exempt status.
Member is any person that the Articles of Incorporation or bylaws give the right to vote for the election of a Director or Directors.
Describe the purpose of your South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation
Describe the Asset Distribution Plan if your South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation should cease operations
REGISTERED AGENT INFORMATION
Your South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation must have a Registered Agent with an office in South Carolina.
A Registered Agent, also known as an Agent for Service of Process, receives all legal correspondence on your behalf.
Your South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation must have at least 3 Directors.
Directors are the people who will set policies for the South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation and manage the business and its resources.
The Board of Directors of a South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation must act as a group.
Decisions must not be made by individual Directors but by the Board of Directors as a whole, or by a Board committee authorized to act on behalf of the entire Board of Directors.
South Carolina Nonprofit Boards generally make decisions using a majority vote or consensus.
The Bylaws of the South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation should state the vote required for formal Board decisions.
If your South Carolina Nonprofit has more than three Direcrtors list their names and addresses below:
CONTACT & SHIPPING INFORMATION
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