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Within 90 days of incorporating with the state; (then) Biennially (Every 2 years)
State Income Tax
Must file – no fee for 3500a
Sales Tax Exemption
All organizations (except those classified as churches) are required to file an annual 990 form (990N, 990EZ, 990, or 990PF) to be exempt from Income Tax.
The 990 return is due on the 15th day of the 5th month after the end of the organization’s fiscal year.
Failure to file for 3 consecutive years could cause your organization to lose tax-exempt status.
Oregon Charitable Registration and Applications Requirements
All not-for-profit organizations in the state must follow the Oregon 501c3 rules and regulations to maintain tax-exempt status. Specific regulations may vary, but typically you will be required to provide contact details, the names of all Board members, and information about the entity responsible for the registration. In addition, state compliance rules may require information about employment and annual corporate reports.
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