We can handle all the annual compliance work with the IRS and the states where you’re registered so that you can dedicate yourself to the cause without getting overwhelmed by the paperwork. We offer six Form 990 pricing options to ensure our clients receive the best possible solutions for their nonprofit.
Note that all tax-exempt organizations, or those organizations whose tax-exempt status is still pending approval, must follow the regulations for IRS 990 filings for nonprofits, regardless of income or activity.
Filing this form ensures that nonprofits comply with their public nonprofit responsibilities.
Filing the IRS 990 Form provides an overview of the nonprofit’s activities throughout the last fiscal year to the IRS.
Approved tax exemption and gross receipts under $50,000
Gross receipts between $50,000 and $199,999, and total assets under $500,000 (Note: some organizations under $50,000 may file this form instead of filing IRS 990-N)
Form 990-PF: All organizations categorized as private foundations. If you are interested in the 990-PF, request a consultation or launch the evaluation tool.
During Tax season, which we define as January 1st through May 15th, each year, we prioritize organizations that have completed the intake questionnaire and supplied accurate financials. If complete and accurate financial details have been provided by March 31st, 2023, we will meet the May 15th Deadline. Orders placed after March 31st or orders with incomplete financials will have an extension filed. Outside of tax season, we complete filings within 15-30 business days, providing we have all required financials to file.
501(C)(3) organizations are exempt from federal taxes. However, they must still file Form 990 with the IRS each year. This annual report is due on the 15th day of the 5th month after a nonprofit’s fiscal year ends. Typically, this is the 15th of May for organizations with a fiscal year ending on December 31.
Your 990 can be prepared as soon as your fiscal year ends and your books from that tax year are closed. The IRS will not begin accepting and processing forms until the tax season opens, which is typically between the end of January or February. The 990 is due no later than 5.5 months following the end of your fiscal year.
For Fiscal Year of Decembers 31st, we require receipt of all everything to file your 990 by March 31st, 2023, we guarantee meeting applicable tax deadlines.
If your situation is more complex, or your financials will not be prepared and provided to BryteBridge in time for the deadline, we will help you file an extension to your order. If an extension is required, there is an additional cost to filing your extension $99.00.
Which 990 to file primarily depends on your revenue:
An organization does not need to file their 990 prior to receiving their 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, but they will need to file once they do!
An organization that wishes to claim tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) but has not yet received an IRS Determination letter recognizing exempt status, is required to file an annual 990 form based on their income and incorporation date. If they are approved the year after they incorporate, they are still expected to file based on their fiscal year end, not their Determination Date. For example, a nonprofit with a December Fiscal yearend month that incorporated in November 2022, doesn’t receive their 501(c)(3) determination letter until June 2023. The organization will be required to file a 990 for Tax year 2022.
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