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How to file Form 990-N Electronically

  • Just search for your EIN, and our system will automatically import your organization’s data from the IRS.

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

  • Once you have reviewed your form, you can transmit it to the IRS. Our system will update you on your form status via email
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Information Required to E-file Form 990-N Online

Information Required to E-file Form 990-N

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

  • Organization’s EIN
  • Organization’s accounting period
  • Legal name and mailing address
  • Other names of the organization
  • Principal officer details
  • Organization’s website address (if applicable)
  • Confirmation that the organization's annual gross receipts are $50,000 or less
  • Statement of termination (if applicable)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Form 990-N

Form 990-N (Electronic Notice) is an annual return filed by small tax-exempt organizations with gross receipts less than or equal to $50,000 . Form 990-N is also known as an e-postcard.

Generally, Form 990-N is filed by tax-exempt organizations with gross receipts of $50,000 or less.

Note: Organizations that are eligible to file Form 990-N can also file Form 990 or 990-EZ voluntarily.

The due date to file Form 990-N 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-N is May 15.

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

No! Unlike the other 990 forms, such as Form 990, 990-EZ, or 990-PF, the organizations that file Form 990-N aren’t required to include
any Schedules.

No, the Form 990-N deadline cannot be extended (unlike other 990 forms).

There is no penalty for filing Form 990-N late. However, if the organization fails to file 990-N for three consecutive years, the IRS will revoke the tax-exempt status of the organization.

No! You cannot file an amended return for Form 990-N. However, Tax 990 provides you with the option to retransmit the 990-N returns rejected due to IRS errors for Free.

Form 990-N:

Form 990-N is an e-postcard that can be filed by small tax-exempt organizations with gross receipts of $50,000 or less. Unlike Form 990, this form doesn’t require detailed information.

Form 990:

Form 990 is filed by certain nonprofits that have gross receipts of $200,000 or more (or) total assets of $500,000 or more to report their activities, financial information, and certain other details to the IRS.

Form 990-EZ:

Tax-exempt organizations that have gross receipts of less than $200,000 and total assets are less than $500,000 should file form 990-EZ to report their financial activities, Program service accomplishments, revenue, expenses, assets, liabilities, and certain other details to the IRS.

Form 990-PF is filed by Private Foundations to report their foundation's activities and financial information to the IRS, whereas Form 990-N is filed by small tax-exempt organizations that have gross receipts of less than or equal to $ 50,000 for the corresponding tax year to sustain the tax-exempt status.

Yes! The small exempt organization that is eligible to file Form 990-N may choose to file Form 990-EZ or even Form 990 voluntarily to satisfy its annual reporting requirements.

  • The term "principal officer" refers to an individual within the organization who holds a key leadership position.
  • This person is usually responsible for the organization's activities, implementing power, decision-making power, and overall management.

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