mojca at macports.org
Sat Nov 13 16:46:17 UTC 2021
On Sat, 13 Nov 2021 at 17:33, Vincent Habchi wrote:
> You can also consider registering the MacPorts association outside the US, e.g. (I don’t toot my own horn, it’s just an example I’m familiar with) in France, associations are tax-exempt, and, barring the need of one local person to handle all the bootstrap paperwork (like opening an account, registering the association and so on), members can live anywhere in the world.
I've been in favour of establishing a French non-profit org (1901).
We've had one for more than 10 years and there's nearly no overhead.
One needs a trustworthy representative person with an address in
France, at least a president and an accountant (living anywhere in the
world), the bylaws need to be written, but other than that it's super
liberal and convenient.
(In some countries there's a need for "ridiculous amounts of money"
just to pay some professional accountant, bank fees etc. just for the
basic existence even if there's no income.)
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