When is Form 990-N due?
Form 990-N is due on the 15th day of the 5th month after the end of your tax-exempt organization’s fiscal tax year.
Should your tax-exempt organization use epostcard990n.com to e-file Form 990-N?
E-Filing Form 990-N (e-Postcard 990-N) is faster and more secure than paper filing. We are an IRS-authorized e-file provider helping you to e-file your nonprofit tax returns for your exempt organization with our cloud-based technology.
Our e-filing service ensures that your tax information is secured and reported directly to the IRS. Using our service, the IRS can receive your Form 990-N (e-Postcard 990-N) instantly. You will receive an approval letter, once your Form 990-N (e-Postcard 990-N) is accepted by the IRS. If your form gets rejected, you can make the necessary corrections and re-transmit for no additional cost.
Our software provides step-by-step instructions to streamline your e-filing experience with the IRS. Using our cloud-based technology, you can easily access your tax information from anywhere. Additionally, we check your form 990-N (e-Postcard 990-N) for any standard errors so you can e-file the correct tax return initially with the IRS online.
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Other Supported Forms
- FORM 990
- FORM 990-EZ
- FORM 990-PF
- FORM 1120-POL
- FORM 8868
3 Easy Steps to E-file Form 990-N
Enter Your EIN to View Filing History
The first step to e-file Form 990-N with e-Postcard 990-N is to enter the EIN, or Employer Identification Number, assigned to your organization by the IRS. If a 990-N Form as been filed for your organization before, you'll see a summary of your previous 501c3 tax filings. From this screen, you can view your filing history to make sure everything's on track for your organization.
Select Your Tax Year & Review Your Return
After you've confirmed your filing history, you can select a new tax year for which to file a Form 990-N. With e-Postcard 990-N, you can e-file Form 990-N for the current and two previous tax years. Currently, that means you can e-file for the 2019 tax year as well as the 2018 and 2017 tax years; keep in mind that unless your organization was terminated, you'll have to wait until a tax year ends to e-file for it. When you've selected your tax year, we'll create your return based on your organization's previously filed 990-N Forms.
Pay & Transmit Your Form 990-N to the IRS
Once you've reviewed your new Form 990-N, you'll be able to transmit it securely to the IRS. First, pay a one-time transmittal fee to cover the processing for sending your form to the IRS and then you'll be ready to e-file. Once you've paid, transmit your Form 990-N, e-Postcard, to e-file it directly with the IRS.
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