Nonprofit Organizations and Tax Exempt Law

Nonprofit Organizations a…

At Magill and Rumsey, we have been working with charities and nonprofit organizations for over 40 years. We understand Michigan nonprofit law and federal tax-exempt law, so we are able to help nonprofits with the unique legal issues that arise in the nonprofit sector. We love working with charities and nonprofits - and the people who work and volunteer for them. Our goal is to help all of our nonprofit clients accomplish their mission.

At Magill and Rumsey, we have helped nonprofit organizations, large and small, not just in Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County, but throughout the State of Michigan and across the United States. We help a wide variety of nonprofit organizations, such as: arts organizations, foodbanks, churches, religious organizations, sports clubs, schools, private foundations, fraternal organizations, trade associations, and social service providers.

To learn more about how we can help you, contact info@magillrumsey.com or complete a form.

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