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Very much as the previous person stated, and in that order. Having the disposal plans in compliance in case of dissolution is indeed very important.

Many CPAs have never dealt with non-profits. Indeed, many Enrolled Agents or competent accountants (non-CPA) are very knowledgable about these entities.

One thing to remember is that all exempt organizations do not have to be public charities. There are many options, and another one might be a better fit for the purpose in mind, and require less burdensome reporting.
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