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PC: Re: PCHS UPDATE #2 - IRS filing
- Subject: PC: Re: PCHS UPDATE #2 - IRS filing
- From: "MICHAEL ROSSI" <MFROSSI@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 28 May 1998 21:18:41 -0000
Hello Jim, A lot of societies have "charter" subscriptions. Maybe the IRS
fee could be split among folks willing to set this thing up. We might be
underestimating the number of PC folks out there to defray the intitial
cost. I believe I read that Jerry was going to tabulate the PC group. We
might find out that the intitial IRS filing fee could be easily split among
My vote is to keep going!
Mike Rossi MFROSSI -AT- worldnet.att.net
> From: Jim Hebner <hebnerj -AT- clark.cc.oh.us>
> To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Subject: PC: PCHS UPDATE #2
> Date: Tuesday, May 26, 1998 6:31 PM
> I just got off the phone with my lawyer.
> We need to become a Non Profit in a state first then talk to the IRS.
> He has the OHIO forms - the filing fee is $35-70 - and takes effect the
> after filing.
> The IRS takes 6-9 months and cost $500-700.
> It sounds like it should be easy to get set up in Ohio. Does anyone have
> major problems with setting up in Ohio OR a major reason not to set up in
> If there are no objections I will proceed. I can cover the Ohio filing
> will keep receipts. The IRS fee we will deal with later.
> Jim Hebner
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