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Tax-Exempt and Nonprofit Organizations

Holland & Hart helps tax-exempt and nonprofit entities flourish by guiding them through the tax and regulatory rules that govern their operations.

Drawing on decades of specialized experience, Holland & Hart tax attorneys bring in-depth understanding of the needs of the tax-exempt and nonprofit sector, both in the United States and abroad, working closely with clients to provide targeted advice and coordinated service.

The range of legal concerns affecting tax-exempt and nonprofit entities is vast and complex. It includes formation, qualification for tax-exempt status, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, and other business transactions. Ongoing issues include corporate governance, audits and investigations, litigation, tax planning and compliance, real estate, intellectual property, and executive compensation and other employment matters. Proper counsel is needed at the end of the entity's lifecycle with dissolution and liquidation.

Holland & Hart attorneys provide broad support in non-tax areas to address our clients' legal concerns every step of the way, serving a wide variety of tax-exempt and nonprofit clients.

We also advise individuals and entities concerning their charitable tax planning and complex charitable contributions, providing creative solutions to meet their philanthropic goals. Additionally, we assist charities, companies, and philanthropists in impact investing and commercial co-venture arrangements.


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