WHEN TO FILE A NONPROFIT TAX RETURN

Clock - off center Even though non-profit agencies don’t typically pay taxes, they still have filing requirements with the IRS. Knowing when to file non-profit tax returns isn’t based on the calendar, though.

Usually, a non-profit informational tax return needs to be filed with the IRS annually using form 990, 990-EZ, or 990-PF. This enables them to maintain their non-profit status. The timing of the due dates for the non-profit tax returns varies according to an organization’s fiscal year-end.

To help make it simple, Carpenter, Evert and Associates has created a printable chart showing when non-profits should file their Form 990 non-profit tax returns.  Just click below for your copy. And to make things even simpler, Carpenter Evert provides complete non-profit tax and audit services, including Form 990 tax preparation.  Contact a non-profit specialist at Carpenter, Evert and Associates, (952) 831-0085 for more information.

Click here for a chart showing:

IRS DUE DATES FOR EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS

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