The IRS requires all tax exempt nonprofit organizations to file a 990 form annually. If a 501c3 organization fails to file a 990 form in 3 years, they will lose their tax exempt status.

There are different forms to file depending on your organization:

  • Form 990N: An electronic filing for gross receipts below $50,000
  • Form 990EZ: The form for organizations with gross receipts less than $250,000 or total assets less than $500,000
  • Form 990: The form for organizations with gross receipts more than $250,000 or total assets more than $500,000
  • Form 990PF: A private foundation filing
  • Form 990T: The form for filing Unrelated Business Income
  • Form 990W: The form for Estimated Tax on Unrelated Business Income

Read more about 990 Forms in the Resources Section.

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