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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

E-file Form 990-N (e-Postcard) for Free with Express990

If your organization makes $50,000 or less in a year, you must e-file Form 990-N annually with the IRS; easier said than done for many organizations. Express990.com provides everything you need to quickly complete your Form 990-N and transmit it off to the IRS in a few minutes. What really makes it easier is the Express990 App that allows you to e-file no matter where you are.

Form 990-N is an IRS tax form used to report income of small tax exempt organizations and charities that have gross receipts of $50,000 or less in a year. This form must be e-filed annually to maintain an organization's tax exempt status. If this form is not e-filed for three consecutive years, then an organization's tax exempt status will be revoked. 

How to e-file Form 990-N with Express990.com?
There are a few ways to e-file Form 990-N with Express990.com. 

Once you create an account with your basic business and contact information, you will be able to e-file Form 990-N. You simply follow the guided prompts to enter your information in the correct place, review your return, then transmit to the IRS. You will receive instant notification via email when your return is accepted and you're done until next year.


You can e-file Form 990-N no matter where you are with the Express990 App. You can download it free for Apple and Android devices.


If you have any questions about e-filing Form 990-N with Express990, contact the Express990 Support Team via phone: 704-839-2321 or email: support@expresstaxexempt.com. 

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