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Find out if you qualify for free legal assistance regarding your art, art business, or art organization.

Income Limitations

Nonprofit Organizations: If your organization files IRS Form 900 "Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax", a copy of that form must be submitted and Total Revenue shown on that form must be below $100,000.

If your organization is not required to file IRS Form 990, its annual operating budget must be below $100,000 and you must submit a current budget.


Individuals: Your Adjusted Gross Income on your Federal Income Tax Return can not exceed, $28,725 (250% of US Poverty Guidelines), plus an additional $10,050 for your spouse, if married, and $10,050 for each dependent claimed on your Return. For verification, a copy of your most recent Federal Income Tax Return must be provided. If you are married and your spouse files a seperate Return, your spouse's return must also be submitted.


Partnerships: The combined Adjusted Gross Income of each partner and their spouses, if any, may not exceed $28,725. The partnership must submit its partnership return and each partner must submit their individual Federal Income Tax Returns under that same rules as specified above for Individuals.



For Profit Corporations: If your corporation is a subchapter S corporation and files IRS Form 1120S "U.S. Income Tax Return for an S Corporation", a copy of that form must be submitted and Total Income shown on that form must be below $50,000. Additionally, the combined Adjusted Gross Income of each owner and their spouses, if any, may not exceed $28,725. Each owner must submit their individual Federal Income Tax Returns under the same rules specified above for individuals.

If your corporation is NOT a subchapter S corporation and files IRS Form 1120 "U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return", a copy of that form must be submitted and Total Income shown on that form must be below $50,000.