Why do Non-Profits are required to File 990?

The IRS requires every tax-exempt nonprofits and private foundations to file 990 forms each year to report revenue, expenses, and other information regarding the organization's activities as well as to calculate any taxable income if applicable. The 990 form series also serves as sources of information about exempt organizations to the public.

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File990.com makes filing Nonprofit 990 form as simple and secure as possible. Quickly prepare your 990 tax Forms and schedules with our easy-to-use, form interview process and transmit it directly to the IRS instantly!



File990.com automatically generates the 990 schedules needed from on your form interview responses. Private foundations also have statements generated based on answers from our interview questions.


Internal Audit Check

Transmit an error-free 990 form the first time around with the built-in audit check that ensures you answered each question and
balanced net assets.


Amended Return

E-file an amended return with the correct or updated the information from an accepted 990 tax return for the same filing period.


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Send a secure email invitation to clients, board members, or key officers to review, add comments, and e-verify your completed 990 return before transmitting to the IRS.


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Access your account from anywhere and manage account settings from any internet-enabled computer which includes continuing from where you left with the e-filing process.


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Supported Forms

Form 990 (Long Form) Federal tax return for exempt organizations with gross receipts greater than or equal to $200,000 and total assets greater than or equal to $500,000 are required to file Form 990. (Click here to file Form 990)
Form 990-EZ (Short Form) Form 990-EZ is a shorter version of the 990 form for organizations with gross receipts less than $200,000 and total assets less than $500,000. (Click here to file Form 990)
Form 990-PF Federal tax return for organizations classified as a taxable or exempt private foundation, or as a nonexempt charitable trust treated as a private are required to file 990-PF. (Click here to file Form 990-PF)
Form 990-N (e-Postcard) Form 990-N (e-Postcard) is an electonic notice for exempt organzations with gross receipts less than $50,000 which is to be e-filed with the IRS every year. (Click here to file Form 990-N (e-Postcard))

Supported Schedules

Schedule A Public Charity Status and Public Support (Form 990/990-EZ)
Schedule B Schedule of Contributors (Form 990/990-EZ/990-PF)
Schedule C Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities (Form 990/990-EZ)
Schedule D Supplemental Financial Statements (Form 990)
Schedule E Schools (Form 990/990-EZ)
Schedule F Statement of Activities Outside the United States (Form 990)
Schedule G Supplemental Information Regarding Fundraising or Gaming Activities (Form 990/990-EZ)
Schedule H Hospitals (Form 990)
Schedule I Grants and Other Assistance to Organizations, Governments and Individuals in the U.S. (Form 990)
Schedule J Compensation Information (Form 990)
Schedule L Transactions with Interested Persons (Form 990/990-EZ)
Schedule M Noncash Contributions (Form 990)
Schedule O Supplemental Information (Form 990/990-EZ)
Schedule R Related Organizations and Unrelated Partnerships (Form 990)

File990.com also supports Filing of Amended Return

An exempt organization or private foundation can file an amended return to change or add information to a previously approved IRS 990 form for the same filing year. Amended returns must contain all the information typically requested by 501(C)(3) tax return along with the necessary corrections. With File990.com, you explain your reasons for changing your original return followed by going through your completed sections and making the corrections - everything else gets carried over from your original return. File990.com supports amended returns only for organizations who filed their original return with our service.

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How to File 990 Forms with file990.com?

IRS 990 forms require various information such as program services, revenue, expenses, supplemental financial statements, net assets, balance sheets, a list of employees, other IRS filings, and tax compliance along with governance, management, and disclosures.

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Check your organization's filing summary for any mistakes with our internal audit scan. Afterward, you can pay and instantly send your 990 return to the IRS.

Get More Time to File 990 with the IRS Apply for a Tax Extension

Exempt organizations and private foundations can extend their 990 filing deadline by e-filing an Extension Form 8868 with the IRS. The 8868 form gives an automatic 6-month extension of time to file 990 forms with no explanation needed..

E-file Extension Form 8868 without the need of a desktop computer by downloading the Form 8868 mobile app for iPad and Android tablets.

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  • Form 990

    Starts from $199.90 per return

  • Form 990-EZ

    Starts from $99.90 per return

  • Form 990-PF

    Starts from $169.90 per return

  • Form 990-N

    Starts from $19.90 per return

  • Form 8868

    Starts from $14.90 per return

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