A “for profit” business is generally created to sell a good or service with the goal of making a “profit” for the owners or shareholders of the business. A nonprofit by definition is an organization that is created to advance a particular cause – but not for the purpose of making a profit.

Yes. Any leftover profit would be reinvested back into the nonprofit instead of belonging to the founder. In a for-profit business, the founder/owners would keep any profit earned by the business themselves.

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