Form 990-N Preparation

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Tax-exempt organizations that fail to file Form 990-N for three conservative years could have their tax-exempt revoked.
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Things to Know about Filing Form 990-N

  • Apart from private foundations, nonprofits with annual gross receipts of $50,000 or less are eligible to file Form 990-N instead of Form 990 or form 990-EZ.
  • What if your annual gross receipts fluctuate above and below $50,000 yearly?

    In this case the average gross annual receipts for the previous three years should be used to determine what form to file. If the average annual gross receipts for 3 previous years, is equal to or less than $50,000, then your organization is eligible to file Form 990-N. If it is more than $50,000, then you are required to file Form 990 or Form 990-EZ.

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When is Form 990-N due?

Except for special circumstances like COVID-19 that filing deadlines can be extended, Form 990-N is generally due 4.5 months after your tax-exempt organization’s fiscal year-end.

The IRS could penalize tax-exempt organizations that fail to file before due dates. Penalties could adversely affect the reputation of your nonprofit and make it more difficult for you to solicit for contributions.