The tax code contains a model statute, the consideration of which in the articles of association or partnership agreement of NPOs is checked by the financial administration. The formulation of the charitable, benevolent or ecclesiastical purposes pursued and the implementation of the purposes pursued are particularly decisive.
However, some organizations find it difficult to reconcile the goals of their own organization with the rigid requirements of the model statutes. The question often arises as to whether the chosen charitable purpose also includes all of the organization's planned activities. In addition, the tax authorities sometimes have comments and special questions.
Regardless of where you are in the development of your articles of association or partnership agreement, we can help you find individual wording for your articles of association or partnership agreement that meets the requirements of non-profit law.
Even with existing non-profit corporations, there is always a need to adapt the articles of association or partnership agreement. We keep an eye on your organization as a whole and point out any necessary adjustments to the purposes of the bylaws as your organization evolves. Sometimes there are also legal changes to the requirements of the articles of association, which we will be happy to explain to you. We will then also suggest suitable wording for you.