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Tax Form 990-N is a document that must be filed by all small non-profit organizations that gross receipts less than $50,000
a year so that they can maintain their 501(c)(3)/tax-exempt status based on the IRS’s standards. The IRS utilizes these forms to ensure
that non-profit organizations are operating within their guidelines and regulations.
Tax Form 990-N has no specific deadline because non-profit organizations typically have their own respective fiscal periods, unrelated to the IRS.
The IRS only mandates that small non-profit organizations file their Form 990-N by the 15th day of the 5th month after the close of their fiscal
period on an annual basis.
The tax form only requires eight items of basic information in order to complete it, which includes: employer identification number, the tax
year being filed for, the legal name and mailing address, any other names the organization uses, name and address of a principal officer, website
address if applicable, confirmation that the organization's annual gross receipts are equal to or less than $50,000, and if applicable,
a statement that the organization has terminated or is terminating.