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So You Want to Start a Nonprofit? Here's What It Takes 

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Seven Days’ “Give and Take” series analyzes Internal Revenue Service data submitted by the 6,044 federally recognized nonprofit organizations based in Vermont as of May. The paper looked most closely at the 1,873 organizations that submit detailed Form 990 tax filings in a digital format. Certain nonprofits — including churches, semi-governmental entities and those with annual revenue of $50,000 or less — offer up more limited information. Though these filings provide a thorough look into an organization’s finances, they’re not always error free.

Digital editor Andrea Suozzo compiled data for this story; staff writer Mark Davis contributed reporting.

The original print version of this article was headlined "How I Started a 501c3"

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Katie Jickling

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Katie Jickling is a Seven Days staff writer.

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