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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

How to View 2012 Form 990

Every now and then, we need to examine where we’ve come from. For your nonprofit, this can be how you transformed your vision from a spark to a grassroots effort and then into a force for change in your community. Or maybe you just need to look back at prior year’s tax filings! While it’s less exciting than an introspective journey into your past, you never know when you’ll need to access a prior return.


Have you filed with us before? Well, if you e-filed tax exempt return Form 990 in 2012 with us, you can now access that return directly from your dashboard.





It’s simple, really. Start by logging into your account and going to the dashboard. From there, click the tab near the top that says My Tax Returns.



From the My Tax Returns tab, find the appropriate tax year -- in this case Tax Year 2012-- on the left-hand side of the screen and click the View in Dashboard button.



From there, you are redirected back to your Dashboard, but now you can now access your 2012 Form 990 return. On this 2012 Dashboard, you can choose Approval Letter, Draft Letter, or Receipt.



After you’re done with your 2012 tax exempt return, you can return to your standard dashboard with just a few clicks.

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We like to keep things simple around here at ExpressTaxExempt, so we’ll make sure to update you on any new features with our blogs, tutorials, and videos. If you run into any issues viewing prior updates, please email us or reach us by phone at 704.839.2321.


How far has your organization come over the years? Let us know in the comments!


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