Tax-exempt organizations: 990s, other forms due July 15

An IRS Form 990N and non-profit tax-exempt organizations are to be aware as your most crucial deadline are approaching. Tax-exempt organizations must file annual details return to the IRS annually. All of you must be aware that Form 990 filing is electronic and no paper filing is agreed. Form 990 series and certain other forms were provided with a deadline extension by April as announced by the IRS. The due date is approaching and it’s time for non-profit organizations to tap the keys and start filing Form 990 without delay. For an effortless and simple filing with few clicks log on to 

Due Date for Tax-Exempt Organization Form 990S

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the IRS took beneficial decisions by providing extension in due dates. The tax payment and filing extensions for numerous businesses and taxpayers was a gift for many entrepreneurs. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the IRS extended deadlines for 990 filers till July 15, 2020.

Extension Series for Form 990

The IRS announced extension already till July 15, 2020, for IRS Form 990 series annual information returns. The extension is mainly applicable for 990-EZ, 990, 990- BL, 990-PF, and 990N.  The same extension is also valid for the following:

  • Form 8871 and 8872
  • Form 990-T
  • Form 5227
  • Form 4720
  • Form 1120-POL
  • Form 8976

Organizations that possess a filing deadline between April 1, 2020, and July 15, 2020, were benefitted with an automatic postponement till July 15, 2020. Forms 990 that have an earlier extension of six-month must file on or before July 15, 2020. Form 990 that has the original due date as May 15, 2020, may

      • File an extra time of time through November 15, 2020, on or before May 15, 2020.
      • File for time allowance to file on or before July 15, 2020, and postponing the final due date to November 15, 2020.

IRS Notice

The notice issued in April also mentions that any individual, executing “time-sensitive action” already listed in Rev.Proc.2018-58 mentions that anything was done after April 1 and July 15, 2020, is mentioned as an affected taxpayer and needs relief. Hence all affected taxpayers are provided with an extension of July 15, 2020, to complete their filings.

Filing Form 990N e-Postcard

You do not have to rush or panic to file Form 990N. With filing IRS Form 990N is simple and quick. Just follow the following steps to file an e-postcard with IRS.

      • The EIN or employee identification number is mandatory to file Form 990N to IRS.
      • From the tax years, available pick the filing year and update the business details.
      • Check the details and complete it by making payment. The form is now transmitted to the IRS.

Tax2efile e-filing Form 990 takes just a few seconds and filing is complete. Hence, all non-profit organizations, it’s high time to file your 990 forms easily. The due date isn’t far and hence e-file before July 15, 2020. Grab your devices and register/login to for quick filling. Hence, making proper use of such smart ways makes filing quick on the go.