John F Dean wrote:If you go the NPO route, it can get tricky. For example, if you decide your property is owned by the NPO, the board if directors can fire you and kick you off the property. Given the NPO, have the business as the NPO and have the NPO rent your property. Of course, the exact arrangement needs to be worked out with appropriate accounting and legal advice.
I would take a lesson from Paul, leave yourself as the owner of everything....at least initially. You limit yourself charity wise, but you can change directions much faster.