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Etax990n tax experts provide answers to the most commonly asked questions when filing Form
990-N Tax Returns.
 
1 What is Form 990-N for?
  Form 990-N electronic Notice (e-postcard) is used by Tax Exempt Organizations to file tax return information to the IRS. If a Tax Exempt Organization has annual gross recipients of $50,000 or less, it can efile the 990-N (e-postcard) quickly and easily. Form 990-N is a way of ensuring accurate reporting of tax information for small non-profits.
2 Who must file Form 990-N (e-Postcard)?
  Small tax-exempt organizations with gross receipts are $50,000 or less must file form 990-N electronically.
3 What information is required to file 990-N?
  As per IRS guidelines, the following 8 pieces of information are needed to confirm your tax-exempt status.
  1. TIN (Tax identification number) or EIN (Employer identification number)
  2. Any other names used by organization
  3. Mailing address and Legal Name
  4. Website address (if applicable)
  5. Name and address of a principal officer of your organization
  6. Annual Tax period or Tax year
  7. Confirm that your organization terminated or gone out of business (Yes or No)
  8. Confirmation about organization’s annual gross receipts $50,000 or less
4 Why is Form 990-N necessary?
  Filing the Form 990 electronically is necessary for Non-Profits to maintain a tax-exempt status. The Form 990 reports information about the non-profit organization, expenses and business activities for the past year. If your organization fails to file form 990-N for 3 consecutive years it will automatically lose its tax-exempt status.
5 How do I file Form 990-N?
  E -filing IRS 990-N form or e-postcard with Etax990 is very simple with ETAX990n.com. There is no paper form. No software or download is required to file this form with the IRS. All that is required is to fill in the required fields of information. If you have any question while filling out the form, just connect with our team of tax experts for a call, live chat or email support.
6 When is Form 990-N due?
  IRS 990-N form is due by the 15th day of 5th month of the organization’s fiscal year. For example, if your tax year ended on June 30, the 990-N form or e-Postcard due date is November 15.
7 Will I get a confirmation that I filed the e-Postcard?
  Yes. You will receive an e-mail from us confirming whether the IRS accepted your e-postcard or not because for example if there was some error in the submission.
8 If my information changes or I make a mistake, can I amend the e-Postcard after submission?
  No. Unfortunately, you cannot file amended e-postcard. You can make corrections or update your information when you efile your next e-Postcard in a subsequent year.
9 What happens if I file the e-Postcard late?
  There is no penalty for late filing an e-Postcard. The IRS will send you a reminder notice; if you do not file your e-Postcard for 3 consecutive years your organization automatically loses its tax-exemption.
10 Can I file an e-Postcard for a prior year?
  Yes, you can use Etax990n.com to file your prior year tax returns. If you do not file your e-Postcard for 3 consecutive years your organization automatically loses its tax-exemption.
11 Do I need an e-mail address to file the e-Postcard?
  Yes, you need an e-mail address. The system uses the e-mail address to activate your account registration and send confirmations (for example, whether the e-Postcard is accepted by the IRS or not). If the e-Postcard is rejected, the e-mail will contain instructions on who to contact to resolve the problem.
12 How can I determine what my exempt organization’s tax year is? 
  There are two kinds of tax years – Calendar or Fiscal.
  • Calendar Tax Year: This is a period of 12 consecutive months beginning January 1 and ending December 31.
  • Fiscal Tax Year: This is a period of 12 consecutive months ending on the last day of any month except December.
13 Can I file the e-Postcard before the close of my tax year?
  No, you cannot file the e-Postcard until after the end of your tax year.
14 When my organization attempted to file the e-Postcard, it received an error message indicating that the EIN was incorrect. What should we do?
  In this case you should contact the IRS Customer Services line at 1-877-829-5500 to make sure you have all the correct information for your organization to file the e-Postcard, and then resubmit 990-N form at no cost.
15 What should I do if another organization filed an e-Postcard using my organization’s EIN?
  You must contact IRS Customer Services at 1-877-829-5500 and they will provide necessary steps to take. In most instances, you will be able to file your e-Postcard using your EIN, and the IRS will notify the other organization of its error. This situation sometimes occurs when a subordinate organization inadvertently uses the EIN of a related organization or the parent organization.
16 Can an organization have its tax-exempt status reinstated if it was revoked for failing to file for 3 consecutive years?
  Yes, you must apply and pay the appropriate user fee to have your tax-exempt status reinstated if it was revoked because you failed to file for three consecutive years. Reinstatement of exempt status, if the application is approved, will generally be effective the date the application was filed, although reinstatement may be retroactive to the date of revocation if the organization shows that it had reasonable cause for not filing for three consecutive years.
To apply for tax-exempt status, use Form 1023, Application for Recognition of Exemption (if you are a section 501(c) (3) organization) or Form 1024, and Application for Exemption under Section 501(a) (for other types of tax-exempt organizations).
17 Who should I contact if I’m having trouble with the e-Postcard website?
  If you experience a problem with the e-Postcard filing system, such as a problem logging on to the system, send an email describing the problem to support@tax2efile.com or call us at 703-229-0326.
18 My e-Postcard does not show up at the IRS Form 990-N Search Site. Why?
  Once a Form 990-N (e-Postcard) has been accepted by the IRS, it can take up to 4 weeks to appear at the IRS Form 990-N Search Page.
19 How much does it cost to file the e-Postcard?
  Just a nominal fee to cover transaction costs is needed to electronically file your form 990-N, with no need for paper forms.
20 What happens if I fail to file the e-Postcard (Form 990 or Form 990-EZ)?
  An organization that fails to file the required e-Postcard for 3 consecutive tax years automatically loses tax-exempt status. The revocation of an organization’s tax-exempt status does not take place until the filing due date of the third year. For example, if your e-Postcard was due on May 15, 2014 (for tax year 2013) and you did not file in 2013, 2014 or 2015, you will lose your tax-exempt status effective on the 2016 due date.
21 What organizations are ineligible to file the e-Postcard?
  Any tax-exempt organizations with annual gross receipts more than $50,000 is not eligible for filing the 990-N form.
22 Are there exceptions to the requirement to file Form 990-N?
  Yes. Entities such as political organizations, churches and other religious organizations may be exempt from filing Form 990-N – please review IRS guidelines for more details.
   
 
 
 
 
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