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5 Nonprofit Myths You Need To Leave in 2018

Do you remember getting in trouble for telling a “little white lie” while growing up? Well, a few white lies and myths are floating around regarding nonprofit organizations that we want to do away with, starting today. Here are five nonprofit myths you need to leave in 2018. 

Nonprofit leader learning about nonprofit myths

5 Nonprofit Myths You Need To Leave in 2018

1) Form 990 only has to be filed every 3 years

Tax-exempt organizations are required to file Form 990 tax returns annually. If an organization fails to file IRS Form 990 for three consecutive years, their tax-exempt status will be revoked. 

2) My organization used all our donations for the year and has no money left. There is no way we can be penalized for failing to file

Myth! IRS penalties are calculated based on the gross receipts of an organization, not its income. For this reason, organizations must file a Form 990 [annually] regardless of the amount of money that remains after the organization’s tax year has ended. 

3) Nonprofits only report substantial contributions on IRS Form 990

Too easy, right? A tax-exempt organization filing IRS Form 990 must report all donations. You will also need to include contribution details for donations $5,000 or more.

4) All small nonprofits can file Form 990-N

Private foundations must file a Form 990-PF regardless of their size or gross receipts. To learn more about IRS Form 990-PF, click here.

5) Nonprofits focus on big donors, not small ones


Lies, lies, and more lies. Nonprofit organizations are thankful for any donation they receive! As a nonprofit leader, you know how hard it is to muster up funds to adequately impact your community.

Although large donors are great and help sustain the work of your organization, be sure to also focus on those that make smaller donations to keep a good “cushion” of donors.

The Truth Sets You Free

As you lead your organization into the second half of 2018 leave these nonprofit myths behind and walk in truth. Don’t forget to keep detailed financial records and documents so you can be prepared to file your organization’s Form 990 at the end of your tax year.

ExpressTaxExempt offers a simplified e-filing process to handle your annual 990 tax filings and takes pride in keeping nonprofits compliant with the IRS. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the experienced team of experts located in historic Rock Hill, SC. We are available by phone, live chat, and email in both English and Spanish for your convenience. Click here to contact us today! 
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What To Do When You Miss The IRS Form 990 Deadline

Stressed nonprofit leader who missed the IRS Form 990 DeadlineWe’ve talked about everything 990 related for the last week or so and just like that, the May 15th deadline has come and gone. If you filed your organization’s IRS Form 990 by the Form 990 due date 2017, I am sure you have gladly removed anything 990 related from your ever-growing to-do list. Unfortunately, this isn’t the reality for every organization.

We have received several concerned calls from organizations that failed to file their 990 tax form by the IRS Form 990 deadline. They are all asking what they should do since they missed the Form 990 due date 2017 for tax returns.

We will be honest with you, there aren’t many options for you at this point, but we do have some advice on what to do when you miss the IRS Form 990 deadline.

*Take immediate action before your tax-exempt status is revoked*

What To Do When You Miss The IRS Form 990 Deadline

Long story short, the longer you wait to file the worse off your organization will be. The best advice that we can give you is to file IRS Form 990 ASAP!  Your penalties will only grow the longer you wait to file your 990 tax form...seriously. 

Even though you have [technically] missed the deadline, you can avoid the following IRS penalties if you take action soon. 

Late Filing Penalties

Organizations with gross receipts less than $1,020,000 for its tax year will have a penalty of $20/day for each day that the return is late. The maximum penalty for these organizations is $10,000 or 5 percent of the organization's gross receipts, whichever is less.

Organizations with gross receipts more than $1,020,000 for its tax year will have a penalty of $100/day for up to a maximum of $51,000.

Penalties Against Responsible Person(s):

Were you aware that individuals can be fined on behalf of an organization if the organization does not file during the fixed amount of time it has been given to fulfill its filing requirements? 

Yep! 😳 Organizations that fail to file a completed return or provide proper information will be given a short grace period before penalties apply. Your organization will receive a letter from the IRS stating how long this period will be.

If no action is taken after this time expires, the person responsible for complying will be charged a penalty of $10/day, with a per capita of $5,000 for anyone return.

Filing Form 990 After the Deadline

Filing Form 990 is essential for your organization and should be completed in detail. TaxBandits offers a simplified process and provides all of our clients with informative resources to help you file your 990 nonprofit tax return correctly by following Form 990 instructions. 

Information You Must Have To File

General information needed to e-file IRS Form 990 include:
  • EIN (Employer Identification Number)
  • Tax Period
  • GEN (Group Exemption Number)
  • You will also need information to fill out any required schedules for your organization

File The Correct 990

If you spend precious time filing the wrong Form 990 for your organization, I will cry for you.




These are the 990 tax forms included in the Form 990 Series; select the Form 990 that meets the financial status of your organization:

Form 990-N
Organizations with gross receipts that are less than or equal to $50,000 file this form electronically.

Form 990
Filed by organizations with gross receipts more than or equal to $200,000 or total assets equal to or greater than $500,000.

Form 990-EZ
The Short Form Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax filed by organizations with gross receipts less than $200,000 and $500,000 in total assets.

Form 990-PF
Filed by Exempt & Taxable Private Foundations as well as Non-Exempt Charitable Trusts which the IRS treat as private foundations. 

Automatic Revocation of Tax-Exempt Status

If your organization does not file a Form 990 for three consecutive years, it will be automatically revoked of its tax-exempt status. If the organization does not get reinstated as per the required procedure, it will be required to file with the IRS as a taxable organization.

Taking next steps after learning what to do when you miss the IRS Form 990 deadlineAvoid Expensive Late Filing Penalties

IRS penalties are quickly accumulating and the longer you wait, the more expensive they will be. So if I were you, I would create a free account with our sister product, TaxBandits, and start filing today. Their filing process consists of a simplified, step-by-step interview-style process without the complex IRS terminology. At TaxBandits we take pride in providing tax-exempt organizations a safe, secure, and efficient e-filing process that will save you time and money.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the experienced team of experts located in historic Rock Hill, SC. We are available by phone, live chat, and email in both English and Spanish for your convenience.
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Time Is Running Out: File A Tax Extension Form 8868 Today

The due date for Form 990 is here! Nonprofit or charitable organizations worldwide have completed or are in the process of completing an IRS Form 990 to maintain tax-exempt status for their organization.

With only hours left to e-file Form 990 before the midnight deadline, here is how to beat the 990 extension due date 2017 by quickly filing tax extension Form 8868. Let’s be honest; you can rush through filing your 990 tax form today and possibly make major mistakes, or you can apply for a Form 990 extension. Time is running out: file a tax extension Form 8868 today!

Time Is Running Out: File A Tax Extension Form 8868 Today

If you need more time to e-file Form 990 you can file an extension for Form 990 and receive six additional months to file.

Not that we’re saying filling out a tax-exempt return is a brisk, afternoon activity (trust us, we know). But six months is a fairly long time… Until the time is up.

Unfortunately, today is the 990 extension due date for 2017 tax returns for nonprofit organizations operating on a calendar year.

Tax-exempt returns that are due today must be transmitted by midnight (local time), so head on over to our homepage where all your exempt organization e-filing needs can be easily met.



Even consider using our sister product TaxBandits, the new #1 home for everything tax exempt,
where you can transmit your Form 990 or apply for IRS Form 8868 using one account, and still enjoy the same e-filing features you’ve come to trust with ExpressTaxExempt.

Our live support team in Rock Hill, South Carolina is at the edge of their seats waiting to speak with you about any questions or concerns you may have about e-filing IRS Form 990 or an IRS Form 990 extension.

Give us a call at (704) 684-4751, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., EST. Since it’s “deadline day” we are even going to stick around a few extra hours to be of assistance.

We can also be reached 24/7 through support@taxbandits.com, or chat with us live.

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How To Never Mistake IRS Form 990 and Form 990-N Again

Tomorrow is your Form 990 due date! But before you file it is important to know which 990 tax form is required by the IRS. File Form 990 based on the financial status of your organization before tomorrow’s deadline!

IRS Form 990 and IRS Form 990-N (e-Postcard) are the most confused forms. If you are responsible for filing your nonprofit’s tax return, you need to know that which form is required by your tax-exempt organization.  Today we will dig deeper into how never to mistake IRS Form 990 and Form 990-N again.

How To Never Mistake IRS Form 990 and Form 990-N Again

To make a long story short, IRS Form 990-N (e-Postcard) is for nonprofit organizations with gross receipts that do NOT exceed $50,000. This form is typically filed by smaller nonprofit organizations and is the quickest 990 tax form to complete. 

The following type of nonprofit organizations are not permitted to file an IRS Form 990-N:
  • Political organizations required to file an exempt organization return annually 
  • Private foundations (File Form 990-PF)
  • Supporting organizations such as:
  • Organizations with gross receipts $5,000 or less and classified as a section 501(c)(3) religious organization. 
  • Auxiliaries of Churches
  • Exclusive religious activities (by religious orders) 

Although these types of organizations are not permitted to file Form 990-N (e-Postcard), they must still file a Form 990 tax form to remain tax-exempt and avoid hefty IRS penalties. The appropriate form for your organization is based on your gross receipts and assets. One of the following forms must be filed by May 15th.

Form 990 Series 

Form 990-N (e-Postcard) - For organizations reporting gross receipts less than $50,000

Form 990-EZ (Short Form) - For organizations reporting gross receipts less than $200,000 and total assets less than $500,000

Form 990 (Long Form) - For organizations reporting gross receipts equal to or greater than $200,000 and total assets equal to or greater than $500,000

Form 990-PF - For organizations identifying as an exempt private foundation, taxable private foundation, or a nonexempt charitable trust treated as a private foundation.

For more information about which 990 tax form your organization should file and where to file Form 990, click here. If you are ready to file, ExpressTaxExempt has everything you need to remain compliant with the IRS by e-filing Form 990.

If you need more time apply for an extension for Form 990 using tax extension Form 8868.

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E-File Form 8868 If You Need A Little More Time

You’ve probably picked up on the fact that we have been heavily focused on the upcoming Form 990 due date on May 15 for nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations. In the last few days, we have gone over [almost] everything 990 related, but what if you are not quite ready to file your beloved organization's IRS Form 990?

ExpressTaxExempt understands how busy and difficult it can be running a nonprofit organization. Adding tax filing deadlines to your to-do list isn’t always easy or manageable.

Your organization helps those in need, now let us help you e-file Form 8868 if you need a little more time.

Easy Way To Receive Extra Time To File IRS Form 990

The most recognized and discussed deadline day for nonprofits is May 15th. Each year on this date, exempt organizations operating on an annual tax year from January - December must file their Form by this date. If not, hefty late or failure-to-file penalties are “waiting for you at the door.”




That’s where tax extension Form 8868 comes in! If you file IRS Form 8868 by the original 990 due date on May 15th, your organization will automatically receive an additional 6 months time to file.

To avoid penalties, you must file the tax extension Form 8868 by midnight on the 990 due date [May 15, 2018]. Filing IRS Form 8868 is quick and easy. Here’s how you can file:

How To File IRS Extension IRS Form 8868

  1. Register or sign in with ExpressTaxExempt
  2. Add organization's basic information such as name, EIN, address, and contact number
  3. Select the IRS form which you are applying for the tax extension
  4. Enter your organization's tax year period
  5. Choose your tax extension type and provide information for signing authority
  6. Review your return and fix any errors
  7. Pay and transmit to the IRS
Easy, right?! The great thing about tax extension Form 8868 is that you can file it in advance and be completely stress-free on the 990 due date, May 15, 2018. Your extended 990 due date will be November 15, 2018...you can’t beat a deal like that!



It only takes a few minutes to apply for an extension using ExpresssTaxExempt. Take the first step to getting more time to file by signing up for a free account. 

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How to Keep Your Tax-Exempt Status With IRS Form 990

Let’s face it, nobody likes filing their taxes. (Well except for accountants, possibly) In just a few days nonprofits working on a typical fiscal year will have their big IRS Form 990 deadline. There are plenty of rules/regulations that come with it and failing to meet them could cost severe penalties. I am sure this is not your favorite subject but it is surely an important one. We will simplify as much as possible while showing you how to keep your tax-exempt status with IRS Form 990.


How to Keep your Tax-Exempt Status With IRS Form 990

To maintain your 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, the IRS requires you to file an annual tax report. There are different variations of IRS Form 990 based on your nonprofits size and financial situation. But no matter the size or type your organization will need to file some type of Form 990.


Which 990 Form Should I File?

Just because your organization is tax-exempt it doesn’t mean the IRS or the general public doesn’t want to know more about your donations. Really quite the opposite actually. Being open and honest about your finances is part of being both accountable and transparent.

The type of IRS Form 990 you are required to file is dependent on your organization's total gross receipts and/or assets.

Form 990:

If your tax-exempt organization's gross receipts are greater than $200,000 and your total assets (art, historical pieces, etc.) are greater than $500,000 then this is the form you are searching for.




Form 990-EZ:

If your charitable organization's gross receipts were less than $200,000, and your total assets are less than $500,000 you will need to file Form 990-EZ.

Form 990-N:

If your organization's gross receipts for the previous fiscal year was less than $50,000, then this form is for you. This one is actually very different from the other types and is referred to as an e-Postcard. 

When Is The Deadline For Filing 990?

Your IRS Form 990 deadline is the 15th day of the 5th month after your tax year ends. So if you tax-exempt organization runs on a typically fiscal year, your deadline is May 15th!


Form 990 Deadline:
May 15th, 2018


What Happens If I Fail To File?

So, what happens if you don’t file your IRS Form 990? If you fail to file or submit your form late there is a $20 penalty pre-day up to $10,000 or five percent of your organization total gross receipts.

Sounds like a big mess, right?.... Moral of the story --- try to file by the deadline. That’s all I am going to say.

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IRS Form 990-N

IRS Form 990

IRS Form 990-EZ

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How to Decipher Your IRS Form 990 Schedule L

Without a doubt Form 990 Schedule L, Transactions With Interested Persons is one of the most challenging Schedules available to nonprofit organizations. Your organization must first determine who qualifies as an “interested person,” before choosing which transactions or donations should be reported. Here is your guide to deciphering your IRS Form 990 Schedule L.


How to Decipher Your Form 990 Schedule L


The purpose of 990 Schedule L is to provide information on certain donations or arrangement between your organization and any “Disqualified Individual.” This could be any person who was in a position that could use significant influence over your organization during the lookback period. The lookback period is the five years before the donation or transaction occurred.

990 Schedule L is also used to determine whether any members of your organization's board or governing body is independent. 


Examples of Disqualified Persons:

  • Former or current directors, officers, trustees, or key employees
  • Founder of your tax-exempt organization
  • Family member of influential leaders listed above
  • Controls more than 35% of the organization



While the Internal Revenue Service might not require precise information on other schedules they do have the authority to ask in-depth questions when filing Schedule L. Many of the questions on Schedule L require additional explanations, disclosure, and descriptions which should be filed Schedule O.

It is not necessary that the individual exercise substantial influence, only that the person is in a position to do so.



When 990 Schedule L Due Date?

Your complete IRS Form 990 with all required schedules are due the 15th day of the 5th month after your tax year ends. So if your nonprofit organization runs on a typically fiscal year running from January to December your deadline is May 15th!



Form 990 Deadline:
May 15th, 2018




File Your Nonprofit Tax Return Form 990

ExpressTaxExempt is an IRS-Authorized e-file provider of all Form 990 variations, and we will automatically include any Schedules required. Our step-by-step interview-style process is equipped with built-in audits to ensure error-free filing.





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What You Need To Know About IRS Form 990

For many tax-exempt organizations, this is the most dreaded time of year. The long, mind-numbing hours spent grueling over IRS Forms. As you check, recheck, and then triple check making sure all of your information is correct before filing. You take pride in your nonprofits transparency and want that to be known to the general public. But oh the paperwork. You have a list of plans for your organization, and the last thing you want to do is decipher IRS terminology (seems like another language altogether).

But filing your IRS Form 990 doesn’t have to be that bad if you know what information you need and where to go to file. Here is what you need to know about IRS Form 990, so you can get back to helping your cause.


What You Need To Know About IRS Form 990

If you are like any good red-blooded American, the voice in the back of your head is asking “Do I really have to do this?” Short answer: Yup! The fact of the matter is that all tax-exempt organizations with 501(c)(3) status are required to file an IRS Form 990 annually. This is regardless of the amount of donations you receive. If you are unsure about your filing requirement, the Internal Revenue Service offers a list of qualifications if you would like to double check before going forward.


Don’t worry I’ll wait…….. So yeah you need to file, right? No worries, thousands of organizations around the country need to file annually, and your public will thank you for the openness.


What Type of Form 990 Variation Do I File?

While the names might seem confusing, they are fairly straightforward.

Form 990:

The one and only, the original Form 990. If your tax-exempt organization's gross receipts are greater than $200,000 and your total assets (art, historical pieces, etc.) are greater than $500,000 then this is the form you are searching for.


Form 990-EZ:

If your charitable organization's gross receipts were less than $200,000, and your total assets are less than $500,000 you will need to file Form 990-EZ.


Form 990-N:

If your organization's gross receipts for the previous fiscal year was less than $50,000, then this form is for you (Form 990N). This one is actually very different from the other types and is referred to as an e-Postcard. 


Before You Start Filing

Before you go charging in make sure you have all of the important information you will need to file. This will include the following information:
  • EIN (Employer Identification Number) 
  • Tax Period
  • GEN (Group Exemption Number) 
  • You will also need information to fill out any required schedules for your organization 

990 Schedule A:

Every tax-exempt organization needs to file 990 Schedule A. This will tell the IRS more about what type of nonprofit you are, like government, education, environmental, or safety organization. You will also include information about your public support. So this is where you will include information about any gifts or grants you have received in the past year and where they came from. 


990 Schedule B:

Form 990 Schedule B is based on your contributors (or donors). The rule of thumb is if you receive more than $5,000 from any single donor you are required to file 990 Schedule B.

While these are the most popular schedules, there are 14 other that you could be required to file. These are all specific to the nonprofit type. For the full list of 990 Schedules and explanations click here to visit the IRS website. 


When Is The 990 Due Date?

Well, I am glad you asked. Your IRS Form 990 deadline is the 15th day of the 5th month after your tax year ends. So if your tax-exempt organization runs on a typical fiscal year, your deadline is May 15th!


Form 990 Deadline:
May 15th, 2018




IRS 990 Filing For Nonprofits

Now that you have all the information you need, it is finally time to fill out the form. While you could always go the paper filing route, I do not recommend it for several reasons. But the primary concern is that it takes a lot more time to file on paper, and you run the possibility of making mistakes.



You could always file using an IRS-authorized e-file provider like, oohhh I don’t know ..... ExpressTaxExempt. (Hint hint) On top of being approved and trusted by the IRS, we are also partnered with GuideStar. So when you file your IRS Form 990 with us, we will immediately send your information to GuideStar. Instead of waiting months for your form to be processed and then transmitted, GuideStar will immediately publish your information once approved.

But wait there's more! Our step-by-step interview-style process is equipped with built-in audits to ensure error-free filing. And we will automatically include any schedules that are required for filing. Say goodbye to long, mind-numbing hours it used to take to file your IRS Form 990 and say hello to your new friend, ExpressTaxExempt.




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How To Prepare For The IRS Form 990 May 15 Deadline

Tuesday, May 15th is the deadline for tax-exempt organizations operating on a typical calendar tax year to file Form 990. The key to stress-free filing is learning how to prepare for the IRS Form 990 deadline.

What is Form 990?

IRS Form 990 is the annual financial and informational return filed by all tax-exempt nonprofit and charitable organizations. Before we get into the information you are required to file let’s review the 990 Form Series. Your organization's type and financial situation will decide which nonprofit tax return Form 990 you will file.

There are four types of 990 Forms in the Form 990 Series. Select and e-file the appropriate nonprofit tax return Form 990 based on the following requirements:

Form 990-N (e-Postcard) - For organizations reporting gross receipts less than $50,000

Form 990-EZ (Short Form) - For organizations reporting gross receipts less than $200,000 and total assets less than $500,000

Form 990 (Long Form) - For organizations reporting gross receipts equal to or greater than $200,000 and total assets equal to or greater than $500,000

Form 990-PF - For organizations identifying as an exempt private foundation, taxable private foundation, or a nonexempt charitable trust treated as a private foundation. 

How To Prepare For The IRS Form 990 May 15 Deadline


Gather & Organize Necessary Documents

Before filing your organization’s 990 Form, take the time to gather all your required information. If you are not organized, you will find yourself wasting countless hours searching for financial information; which is never fun.

Depending on the Form 990 you are required to file, you may have to report various details such as revenue and expense amounts, program services, a list of employees, financial statements, governance and more.

Know What Information You Need

Well since we’re on the topic of required information let’s go ahead to get to it. Here’s what you will need when you file your 990 Form with ExpressTaxExempt:


Information Needed To File Form 990-N
  • Employer Identification Number 
  • Legal Name
  • Fiscal year period
  • Principal Officer
  • Current Address
  • Gross Receipts under $50,000


Information Needed To File Form 990/990-EZ/990-PF
  • EIN
  • Legal Name
  • Fiscal year period
  • Current Address
  • Contact number
  • Exemption type
  • List of Officers and Key Employees
  • Prior year return
  • Contributions for the past 5 years
  • Other Revenue details
  • Expenses 
  • Investment Income details
  • Numbers of Employees, Contractors & Volunteers
  • Organization’s Mission
  • Accomplishments for the year (Grants Paid, Projects finished etc.)
  • Donor Advised Fund Information
  • Endowment Funds Information
  • Assets (Art, Historical treasures etc.)
  • Policies
  • Details of Activities 
  • (Political, lobbying, foreign transactions etc.)
  • Related organizations

File Like a Pro with ExpressTaxExempt


Now that you know how to prepare your IRS Form 990 you can easily file your IRS Form 990. At ExpressTaxExempt we support your organization by providing a simplified, interview style filing process, automatic schedules and worksheets, retransmit rejected returns for free, support prior year filing and more!

Success starts with ExpressTaxExempt, so take the first step in maintaining your nonprofit’s tax compliance by signing in or creating your free ExpressTaxExempt account today.

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New Schedule A Features Just in Time For The May 15 Deadline

Organizations that operate on a calendar tax year (January - December) have a major tax filing deadline coming up on May 15th. If you have filed a Form 990 or Form 990-EZ before, you know that there are “Schedules” that are attached to your return which provides necessary additional information regarding your organization.
Discussing New Schedule A Features with ExpressTaxExempt and TaxBandits

There are a total of 24 Schedules between Form 990 & 990-EZ; today we will focus on the most commonly filed Schedule (Schedule A) and its newly developed features with our sister product TaxBandits. Here’s what you need to know about new Schedule A features just in time for the May 15 deadline.

New Schedule A Features Just In Time For The May 15 Deadline

TaxBandits makes the e-filing process easier for all of our clients by automatically generating Schedule A once you provide answers to prompted questions when preparing your Form with our software.  

Well, we have talked about it enough, so let’s dive into the world of Schedule A. 

What is Schedule A?

Schedule A is used by tax-exempt organizations or any organization that files Form 990/990-EZ to provide information about its public charity status and public support. This Schedule allows your organization to explain its program services and give its mission statement or other descriptions of its charitable goals. 

Essentially, any non-profit that is supported by the public must file this Schedule along with their Form 990. 

Filing Schedule with TaxBandits

Filing Schedule A can be rather time-consuming and intimidating; but not when you easily file with TaxBandits! TaxBandits’ comprehensive software offers a simplified filing process that can be completed quickly, efficiently, and correctly the first time. 

When filing Schedule A with TaxBandits you can eliminate the guessing game of whether or not you passed or failed the public support test. Our built-in audit feature lets you know before you transmit. 

Other newly developed features now allow filers to simply enter contribution totals instead of individual contributions and determines the exact figures for Public Support based on answers provided to our prompted questions during the filing process. 


Best of all, current ExpressTaxExempt and TaxBandits users now have the ability to copy standard information from their previous year return to the current year; saving a great deal of time from the standard filing process.

As the big nonprofit Form 990 filing deadline quickly approaches on May 15th, take advantage of the convenient e-filing process that TaxBandits offers. Our newly developed features for filing Schedule A are sure to make your filing experience pleasant and stress-free.

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