E-File Your IRS 990-N Form Online
What is the IRS Form 990-N?
The IRS Form 990-N, also known as the “e-postcard,” is used to file annual information returns to IRS about tax-exempt organizations.
Who Needs to File Form 990-N?
Any small tax-exempt organizations with an annual gross income of $50,000 or less must file and submit form 990-n electronically on an annual basis. The following organizations are exempt from filing an annual Form 990.
- Organizations that are included in a group return i.e. political organizations
- Churches and other religious organizations
What is the Deadline for the Form 990-N?
IRS 990-N form is due by the 15th day of 5th month after the of the organization’s tax year. For example, if your tax year ended on December 31, your deadline would be May 15 of the following year. Should it so happen that the date falls on a government recognized holiday or on a Sunday, the form is due the following business day. Each organization is not able to file the e-Postcard until after their fiscal year ends. Form 990-N should prepare and filed electronically. There is no paper filing option for this 990-N form.