Church Incorporation

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Most churches incorporate in order to obtain a non-profit status, so that taxes are not paid by the church and members may claim contributions on their tax returns. This is known as a 501(c)(3) status.

Below is what the incorporation papers of one United Pentecostal Church look like. It is being provided for educational purposes as very few church members ever see documents such as this.

Incorporation Document

Incorporation Document

Incorporation Document

Incorporation Document

Posted September 3, 2012

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