Form 990 Preparation

Labyrinth can help you file your IRS Form 990. We make the process easy and affordable.


IRS Form 990 is the annual return that tax exempt organizations are required to file.

It details how much money your organization was able to raise, at what costs, and how efficiently you used funds your charity raised to further your cause.

The form is basically a disclosure of information about your nonprofit’s mission, governance, structure, finances and impact.

A well prepared Form 990 is a fundraising tool. It is important to get it right!

  • On a daily basis for the past 30 years, our experienced account managers assist charities just like yours with filing their Form 990s. We speak Form 990!
  • Our Form 990 Preparation experts triple check each form for errors to weed out any inaccuracies. After all, your form 990 is the face of your organization. We make sure you put your best face forward.
  • You can count on us to prepare your IRS Form 990 accurately and in a timely manner. We can file Form 990, Form 990-EZ, Form 990-PF, Form 990-T and Form 990-N. Talk to us today and receive a free quote.

Learn how we can assist your nonprofit with its Form 990 Preparation.

The IRS has criteria to determine what type of Form 990 your organization is required to file and they are as follows:

Gross receipts normally ≤ $50,000
Note: Organizations eligible to file the e-Postcard may choose to file a full return.
Gross receipts < $200,000, and Total assets < $500,000990-EZ or 990
Gross receipts ≥ $200,000, or
Total assets ≥ $500,000
Private foundation – regardless of financial status990-PF

Important tips on IRS Form 990 Preparation.

The deadline for IRS Form 990 filing is the 15th day of the fifth month following the end of your fiscal year. For organizations on a calendar year, the Form 990 is due on May 15 of the following year. Click here to view upcoming Form 990/990-EZ filing deadlines.

The IRS could penalize organizations who do not file or file after due dates (including extensions). Penalties could have an adverse effect on your organization’s name and ultimately fundraising.