Difference Between Non-Profit vs Not For Profit

May 29, 2019

Non-profit firms are the association of persons that are organized with an objective rather than making a profit, like to promote cultural, religious, or educational objectives. In this kind of firm, no profit will be distributed or either transferred to its directors, members, or trustees. It is often contrasted with non-for-profit firms, which is set up for the social welfare and that provides service to the public in general or a group. here we will discuss the topic Non-Profit vs Not For Profit.

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