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Why Should I E-file Form 990 With ExpressTaxExempt?
E-file an Amended Return for IRS Form 990
Need to correct information on a previously filed Form 990 return?
You can easily e-file an amended return to correct any information filed earlier. The IRS needs an explanation from the filer on the amendment of the previously filed IRS Form 990. ExpressTaxExempt has the feature to capture the explanation to be sent over to the IRS when the return is e-filed.
Note: We support amended returns only for organizations who e-filed their original Form 990 with ExpressTaxExempt.
QWhat is IRS Form 990?
Form 990 is typically filed by Tax-exempt organizations, nonexempt charitable trusts, and section 527 political organizations to provide the information required by section 6033.
Organizations with gross receipts greater than or equal to $200,000 or total assets greater than or equal to $500,000 at the end of the tax year must file Form 990.
QWhen is the deadline to file my Form 990?
File Form 990 by the 15th day of the 5th month after the accounting period ends. For organizations operating under the calendar year, the due date is May 15.
In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Form 990 series tax filing deadline extended by the IRS to 15th July 2020 for the exempt organizations whose deadline falls between 01 Apr 2020 and 14th July 2020.
Use the Due Date Calculator to find your 990 deadline.
QCan Form 990 be filed electronically?
Yes, Form 990 can be filed electronically. Choose an authorized provider such as expresstaxexempt.com to e-file your 990 Forms securely.
Note: The Taxpayer First Act, enacted July 1, requires tax-exempt organizations to file all the 990 and related forms electronically. i.e., organizations tax year beginning after July 2019 must file their 990 returns electronically.
QHow do I file 990 electronically?
To e-file Form 990, get started with ExpressTaxExempt and follow the below simple steps:
- Step 1: Enter your organization details.
- Step 2: Choose the Tax year.
- Step 3: Follow the form interview process.
- Step 4: Fix errors, if any, as a result of business validations put in place.
- Step 5: Review the form and transmit to the IRS.