Legal Issues for New Nonprofits

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Your organization received its 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from the IRS – now what? Legal Issues for New Nonprofits is an eight-part webinar series that provides general legal information about operating a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation. These webinars explain many of the rules and best practices for maintaining your tax-exempt status. 

 

seCTer held its 2014 Annual Meeting Thursday, November 20th at The Holiday Inn, New London. A copy of the Annual report can be found HERE. Allissa DeJonge, VP of Research at the CT Economic Resource Center (CERC) delivered an analysis of the Global, National, and Local Economy, a copy of which is available HERE.  

 

October 1, 2014: Three Rivers Community College Wins $1.3 Million to Boost Manufacturing Education: Three Rivers Community College will be focusing on improving the region’s metals-manufacturing skills thanks to a nearly $1.3 million federal grant awarded Monday. Funding, totaling $15 million statewide, will be used to expand a manufacturing training program.READ HERE

October 25, 2014Pfizer Inc. has officially transferred an unused building on its Groton campus to create a bioscience and entrepreneurial hub, CURE Innovations Commons. READ HERE

 

October 27, 2014: 2nd Annual ECAR Commercial Conference held in Groton. CLick HERE to view presentations.  

 

October 29, 2014: Gov. Malloy: Electric Boat Expansion Will Further Strengthen State’s Reputation as a Leaderin the Defense Manufacturing Industry. READ HERE

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Legal Issues for New Nonprofits

Free -On-demand Webinars (Video and Powerpoint provided HERE)

Your organization received its 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from the IRS – now what? Legal Issues for New Nonprofits is an eight-part webinar series that provides general legal information about operating a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation. These webinars explain many of the rules and best practices for maintaining your tax-exempt status. 

 

seCTer held its 2014 Annual Meeting Thursday, November 20th at The Holiday Inn, New London. A copy of the Annual report can be found HERE. Allissa DeJonge, VP of Research at the CT Economic Resource Center (CERC) delivered an analysis of the Global, National, and Local Economy, a copy of which is available HERE.  

 

October 1, 2014: Three Rivers Community College Wins $1.3 Million to Boost Manufacturing Education: Three Rivers Community College will be focusing on improving the region’s metals-manufacturing skills thanks to a nearly $1.3 million federal grant awarded Monday. Funding, totaling $15 million statewide, will be used to expand a manufacturing training program.READ HERE

October 25, 2014Pfizer Inc. has officially transferred an unused building on its Groton campus to create a bioscience and entrepreneurial hub, CURE Innovations Commons. READ HERE

 

October 27, 2014: 2nd Annual ECAR Commercial Conference held in Groton. CLick HERE to view presentations.  

 

October 29, 2014: Gov. Malloy: Electric Boat Expansion Will Further Strengthen State’s Reputation as a Leaderin the Defense Manufacturing Industry. READ HERE

 FOR MORE NEWS VISIT MEDIA ROOM.

 

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WHERE HISTORY, INDUSTRY AND PEOPLE THRIVE!

 

For people who want to get the most out of life as well as work, Southeastern Connecticut is a great place for a business because it offers a unique blend of casual, small-town living and world-class employment and lifestyle opportunities found nowhere else in the country.



Strategically located half-way between Boston and New York, New London County is the Gateway to New England. Since pre-colonial times the area has provided an unmatched environment for prosperous enterprise and enjoyable living. Today, centuries of Yankee ingenuity, industry, productivity and hard work underpin the innovation and commerce of the 21st century. Our heritage and arts, our beaches, waterways, forests and parks combine to provide an unparalleled quality of life.

 

Find information on our Towns, our Businesses, and our Economy in the pages of this site and discover why Southeastern CT is where you and your business will thrive.

 

 

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