Free Word Doc Template for Mutual Benefit Corporation Articles of Incorporation

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Editable articles of incorporation for a mutual benefit non-profit corporation

Most often a mutual benefit corporation is not being formed to obtain 501c3 tax exemption status. Although it may be nonprofit in principle, that usually still does not qualify a mutual benefit nonprofit corporation for tax exemption.

The following is a free articles of incorporation template on a editable word doc to easily form your mutual benefit nonprofit corporation. The IRS tax exemption language is not on these articles because most mutual benefit corporations are not seeking tax exemption.

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