Tax 990

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How to file Form 990-EZ Electronically

  • Search for your EIN to import your organization’s data from the IRS automatically. You can also choose to enter your organization’s details manually.

  • With Tax 990, you can file Form 990-EZ for the current and previous tax years. So, choose the applicable tax year, select Form 990-EZ and proceed.

  • Choose between our Form-based and Interview-Style filing options as per your convenience and provide the required
    form data.

  • Review your form summary and make changes if required. You can also share your form with organization members for their review and approval.

  • After reviewing the form, you can transmit it to the IRS. Our system provides you with instant updates about the IRS status of your form via email and text.

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Information Required to E-file Form 990-EZ Online

Information Required to E-file Form 990-EZ

Here is the list of major information that you’ll need to file Form 990-EZ online,

  • The organization’s basic Information
  • Financial information such as revenue, expenses, assets, and liabilities
  • Program service accomplishments
  • Other IRS filings and tax compliance requirements
  • Compensation details of the organization’s key members
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Supporting forms and extension

Supporting Forms and Extension

We support the e-filing of all the 990 forms as well as the extension Form 8868.

Free 990 Schedules

Free 990 Schedules

Automatically include the required 990-EZ Schedules for free, based on the data you enter.

990 Amendments

Amended Returns

You can make corrections on your previously filed 990-EZ and e-file the amended return to the IRS.

Form preparation options

Form preparation options

Choose between the two filing methods, direct form entry and interview-style filing.

Bulk Upload Templates

Bulk Upload Templates

Upload contributions and grants details in bulk with a provided Excel template.

Copy Data Option

Copy Data Option

Repeat filers can import certain data from previous returns onto the current year return.

Internal Audit Check

Internal Audit Check

Catch common IRS instruction errors in your complete form before transmission.

 Reviewers and Approvers

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Form 990-T - Reporting Unrelated Business Income (UBI)

Organizations generating $1000 or more income from any unrelated businesses must file Form 990-T to report that information.

With Tax 990, you can e-file Form 990-T easily and report your organization’s UBI to the IRS. Learn More

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Frequently Asked Questions about Form 990-EZ

Form 990-EZ is the Short Form Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax filed by certain tax-exempt organizations, nonexempt charitable trusts, and section 527 political organizations to report their financial information, activities, and certain other information required by the IRS.

By filing Form 990-EZ every year, organizations ensure they remain compliant with the IRS and transparent with their donors and potential donors.

Generally, Form 990-EZ is filed by tax-exempt organizations whose gross receipts are less than $200,000 and total assets are less than $500,000 for the respective tax year.

The due date to file Form 990-EZ is the 15th day of the 5th month after the organization’s accounting period ends. Therefore, if your organization follows a calendar tax year, the deadline to file Form 990-EZ is May 15, 2023

Does your organization follow a fiscal tax year? Find your 990-EZ due date.

Here’s the breakdown of Form 990-EZ:

Part I - Revenue, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets or Fund Balances

Part II - Balance Sheets

Part III - Statement of Program Service Accomplishments

Part IV - List of Officers, Directors, Trustees, and Key Employees

Part V - Other Information

Part VI - Section 501(c)(3) Organizations Only

Check out our step-by-step instructions to understand how to complete Form 990-EZ.

Organizations filing Form 990-EZ may be required to attach certain Schedules, as well–these are used for reporting additional information about certain aspects reported on the main 990 form.

There are 8 Schedules available for Form 990-EZ, and the organization can attach the applicable ones based on their requirements and the corresponding information reported on the 990 or 990-EZ form.

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Yes! As per the Taxpayer Act of 2019, Form 990-EZ must be filed electronically for a tax year ending on or after July 31, 2021.

Get Started with Tax990 and file your Form 990-EZ electronically with the IRS. Supports current (2022) and prior year filings (2021, 2020).

Yes! If your organization needs more time to file Form 990-EZ, you can e-file Form 8868 to extend your 990-EZ deadline. The IRS will provide an automatic 6-month extension when you file Form 8868 on or before the original deadline.

This means if your organization follows the calendar tax year and filed an extension, your extended 990 deadline will be November 15, 2023.

If you fail to file Form 990-EZ on or before the deadline, the IRS will impose late filing penalties on your organization.

The amount of penalty ranges between $20/day - $110/day for each delayed day, based on your organization’s gross receipts.

You can change any information in your original 990-EZ form except for the organization's EIN. However, you can only make changes to your form after it has been accepted by the IRS.

If you filed your initial form 990-EZ with Tax990, all the field values from the original form will automatically be copied to the amended form when you click the "Amend this Return" option. To make changes, simply click the "edit" option under the relevant section, update the information, and submit it to the IRS.

If you previously filed the 990-EZ form through a different provider, you can still make changes to it using Tax990.

The Internal Revenue Service assigns a four-digit number called a Group Exemption Number (GEN) to the central or parent organization of a group that has a group exemption letter. It is important to note that only organizations included in a group exemption are eligible to receive a GEN from the IRS

Form 990-EZ:

Nonprofits that have a gross receipt value of less than $200,000 and total assets of less than $500,000 for their corresponding tax year should file Form 990-EZ.

Form 990:

Nonprofits that have gross receipts more than or equal to $200,000 (or) assets greater or equal to $500,000 should file Form 990.

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