The IRS recently issued a favorable ruling for nonprofits looking to move their domicile from one state to another. Common reasons that nonprofits seek to change their state of incorporationinclude a change in physical location, increasing regulatory burdens, or a lack of meaningful connection to the original state of incorporation. In such cases,
Nonprofits leaders often desire to move their nonprofit organization’s legal domicile from one state to another. Leadership may decide to move and wish to take the organization with them. In cases where the work is dispersed around the country, the organization may become frustrated with burdensome regulation in the state where it is domiciled and decide shop for a more favorable legal home.