IRS Form 990 can be confusing -- does your nonprofit need to file 990-n or 990-ez? What's changed in the revised version? Read on to find out what this tax form entails.
Security Alert for Nonprofits that E-file Forms 990
The IRS has announced that the computer system that handles electronic filing of nonprofit annual IRS information returns—Form 990, 990-EZ, and Form 990-N--has been hacked. Find out what this means and what to do.
Many Nonprofits Must File IRS Form 990-N to Stay Tax-Exempt
Your small nonprofit may need to file e-Postcard Form 990-N or risk losing its tax-exempt status.
Nonprofits and the Revised IRS Form 990
Here's what nonprofits need to know about the revised IRS Form 990.
Smaller Nonprofits and the IRS Form 990-N Filing Requirement
IRS rules require that nonprofits whose gross receipts are normally less than $50,000 per year file Form 990-N each year.
Your Nonprofit's Annual Filing (Form 990) Public Disclosure Requirements
Nonprofits are required to make their Form 990 or 990-EZ public for the prior three years.
New IRS Rules Help Nonprofits That File Form 990-N
Did your nonprofit lose its tax exemption for failing to file Form 990-N? The IRS has new rules allowing nonprofits to retroactively regain their tax-exempt status.
Filing Requirements for IRS Form 990 Annual Information Return
All nonprofits are required to file either a Form 990-N, 990-EZ, or 990 each year with the IRS.