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Form 990 Schedules

Form 990 Schedules

TaxBandits support all Schedules that you might need to report the activities of your organization. The required schedules are auto-generated based on the information you enter on Form 990.

Reviewers and Approvers

Reviewers and Approvers

Organization’s Board members can review and edit your prepared 990 return before transmitting it to the IRS with their approval.

Amended Returns

Amended Returns

You can e-file an amended 990 tax return right from your TaxBandits account. All you need to do is to file a new 990 return with the correct information.

Re-transmit for Free

Re-transmit for Free

With TaxBandits, you can re-transmit any rejected form 990 returns for free.

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Form 990 Schedules

Certain organizations must provide required schedules and attachments when filing Form 990 online to provide the additional necessary information. There are a total of 16 schedules that elaborate on the information found on Form 990. Learn More

TaxBandits supports most Form 990 schedules, which are auto-generated during the filing process based upon the information provided when preparing your Form 990 return with our software.

Form 990 Amended Returns

Do you need to correct a Form 990 return that you previously filed? No need to worry. You can easily file an amended Form 990 return to correct any information as well as provide an explanation of why the organization needed to amend the return. Learn More

Note: To e-file an amended Form 990, your original return has to be e-filed with TaxBandits.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Form 990?

Form 990 is an annual information return typically filed by organizations with gross receipts that are more than or equal to $200,000 or total assets more than or equal to $500,000. Other organizations such as non-exempt charitable trusts and section 527 political organizations file this form also to receive recognition of exemption from federal income tax under 501(a). Learn More

Check the Form 990 Instructions to file Form 990 accurately and securely.

When is the due date to file Form 990?

Nonprofits and Tax-Exempt Organizations should file Form 990 by the 15th day of the 5th month following the organization's tax year ends.

Nonprofits and Tax-Exempt Organizations that operate on calendar tax year (which means the tax year ends on December 31) should file no later
May 15.

*In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the IRS has extended the Form 990 series tax filing deadline to July 15, 2020, for exempt organizations whose deadline falls between April 01, 2020, and July 14, 2020.

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What are the Penalties for not filing Form 990 on time?

Failing to file a Form 990 for your organization or filing late without reasonable cause leads to penalties. The penalties would depend upon the value of your gross receipts. Filing late may again invoke legal proceedings against your organization. Learn More

What is Automatic Revocation?

If your organization does not file a Form 990 for three consecutive years, its exempt status is revoked automatically. If the organization does not get the exempt status reinstated as per the required procedure, it will be required to file with the IRS as a taxable organization. Learn More

How can I apply the extension for filing Form 990?

Nonprofit and Tax-Exempt organizations can request an additional six months to file Form 990 by filing Form 8868 before the original filing deadline. Learn More

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