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  • Search for your EIN and import your organization’s details from the IRS directly. You can also manually enter those details.

  • Tax 990 supports Form 990-T filing for the current and previous tax years. Choose the applicable tax year, select Form 990-T, and proceed.

  • Using our Form-Based filing method, enter the required information on your Form 990-T.

  • You can review the form summary and edit details if required. You can also share your form with organization members for their review and approval.

  • Once reviewed, you can transmit the form to the IRS. After transmission, our system provides instant updates about your form's IRS status via email and text.

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Information Required to E-file Form 990-T Online
  • Organization’s Basic information
  • Details about the Unrelated Business
    Income (UBI)
  • Tax computations
  • Tax dues and payments
  • Other activities of the organization

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Frequently Asked Questions about Form 990-T

Form 990-T is used by certain tax-exempt organizations and nonprofits to report their unrelated business income to the IRS.

The exempt organizations that file Forms 990, 990-EZ, or 990-PF and generate an income of $1000 or more from unrelated businesses should file Form 990-T.

Form 990-T due date depends upon the organization type:

  • For Employees' trusts, defined in section 401(a), IRAs (including SEPs and SIMPLEs), Roth IRAs, Coverdell ESAs, or 408(a) (Archer MSAs), the due date to file Form 990-T is the 15th day of the 4th month after the organization’s accounting period ends.
  • For other organizations, the deadline to file Form 990-T is the 15th day of the 5th month after the organization’s accounting period ends.

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Yes! As per the Taxpayer Act of 2019, the IRS requires organizations to file Form 990-T electronically for tax years ending on or after December 2020.

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

Yes! You can file Form 8868 to extend your 990-T deadline. The IRS will provide an automatic extension of 6 months upon filing Form 8868.

Form 990-T Schedule A is used by organizations that engage in more than one type of unrelated business activity to report income and allowable deductions. A separate Form 990-T Schedule A should be attached for each business activity.

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