What You Need To Know About IRS Form 990
While nonprofits that have 501c3 tax exemption status don’t pay federal taxes, they still have to file Form 990 for nonprofit organizations. Filing this form ensures that nonprofits conduct their charity business in a way that is compliant with their public, nonprofit responsibilities. This form gives the IRS an overview of your activities throughout the last fiscal year. It also helps donors understand how your nonprofit organization is being operated and managed.
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There are different versions of IRS Form 990: 990-N, 990-EZ, 990 long-form, 990-PF for private foundations, and Form 990-T for organizations with unrelated business income. Our tax compliance team will help you determine which Form 990 is appropriate for your nonprofit’s filing. These forms often require more information than a corporate tax return. The IRS ensures strict scrutiny in areas of governance, structure, procedures, programs, and compliance.
Feel free to contact our professional team at CharityNet USA to discuss your Form 990N filing for this tax year. If you have any inquiries about our Form 990 services, we’re here to assist you.
We also offer to maintain your organization’s accounting records on an ongoing basis so we can get the details needed to complete the annual IRS Form 990. Whether you’re a private foundation or a charity-focused business with taxable income, we’re here to help you prepare your documents professionally.