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Kentucky Nonprofit

Forming Nonprofit in Kentucky

The Process

Kentucky nonprofits are formed by filing Articles of Incorporation with Kentucky Secretary of State. The entire filing process takes 3 business days plus mailing time. To learn more about forming a nonprofit in Kentucky you can visit Kentucky State government website.

KEEP IN MIND: If you are starting a new business in Kentucky or beginning a new taxable activity, you may need to register with the Department of Revenue by completing Form 10A100, Kentucky Tax Registration Application.

Name Identifiers and Abbreviations

The name of the Kentucky nonprofit must end with one of the following words/abbreviations:

  • Inc.
  • Corp.
  • Co.
  • Ltd.
  • Incorporated
  • Corporation
  • Company
  • Limited

Additional Filings

Depending on the nature of your activity some additional filings could be necessary to complete the proper set up of your nonprofit. Click on the items below to learn about each:

KEEP IN MIND: in order for your nonprofit to be exempt from State and Federal income and property taxes some additional filings might be necessary. Click to learn more about various aspects of filing and running a nonprofit.

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We will prepare and file your nonprofit application quickly and professionally with Kentucky Secretary of State, as well as other state and federal authorities - all you need to do is complete our simple application below.

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