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Posted on November 18, 2019

Your organization may be required by the state of Georgia to get an audit. Although some organizations are exempt, most nonprofit organizations must register for charitable solicitation in order to solicit donations in the state of Georgia. In order to register for charitable solicitation in Georgia, an organization must submit certain financial statements. Financial statements are also required for renewing charitable solicitation registration. The level of financial statement required to be submitted varies depending on how much money the organization received in the preceding fiscal year.