Today is another Form 990 deadline day! If your organization operates on a fiscal tax year that begins on February 1 and ends on January 31, you are required to file IRS Form 990 by today, June 15. You have until midnight to submit this form or extension Form 8868 to receive additional time to file.
Well the clock is ticking and time is running out, so let’s discuss how to file at the last minute and meet the June 15 deadline.
How To File Your IRS Form 990 at The Last-Minute
The first step in meeting the June 15 deadline is to know which 990 Form your organization is required to file. There are four Forms that make up the Form 990 Series and we would hate for you to waste your time and file the wrong one. Here is a brief summary of each nonprofit IRS Form, simply select the one that best fits your organization:
Nonprofit Form 990 Series Explained
How To File Form 990
Need More Time To File Form 990? Get 6 More Months, Automatically
If you need more time to file Form 990 or want to take your time completing the Form, that’s okay! You can quickly fileForm 8868 for an automatic 6-month extension!
Form 8868 is used by nonprofit groups, charities, and other tax-exempt organizations to get an extension of time to file their federal tax return.
Filing this form with us by your Form 990 deadline will result in a 6-month extension of time to file your Form 990 and avoid IRS penalties. But don’t delay, you must file your IRS Form 8868 tax extension today in order to get the automatic 6-month extension.
The Easiest Way to File An Extension
TaxBandits eliminates the worry about missing your Form 990 filing deadline! With our simple, interview style e-filing process, you can complete your form and instantly transmit it directly to the IRS.
We offer easy e-filing for Form 990 Series returns (Form 990, Form 990-N (e-Postcard), Form 990-EZ, and Form 990-PF) so you can quickly file the correct 990 Form for your organization. For more information on e-filing pricing.
Follow the simple step-by-step guide to create your free account, enter basic information about your organization, complete the form interview, review your information and audit report, pay for your form, and transmit it directly to the IRS. The entire process is completed in 5 simple steps!