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Setting up your venture as an Incorporated Association is a great way to make a difference, and it also helps to make sure your members are protected with the limited liability a normal company offers.
Assistance with setting up your venture as an Incorporated Association
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An Incorporated Association structure can be used by any organisation driven by a recreational, cultural or charitable purpose. It is a way of structuring not-for-profits in a way that runs a little like a company. A notable advantage of this structure is that it helps ensure that your members are protected with the limited liability a normal company offers.
An Incorporated Association structure is a great way of protecting your members while making a difference. It is generally recommended that NFPs incorporate. It is possibly to run as an ‘unincorporated association’ but it is complicated and brings with it potential personal liability.
This package starts at $1050 + GST.
This includes an initial consultation with a Sprintlaw lawyer, and drafting a constitution including a charitable purpose for your organisation. It also includes the registration of 1 incorporated association with the relevant government body in your state or territory.
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