Did you know that there are nonprofit hospitals that need to e-file IRS Form 990?
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What Are Not-For-Profit Hospitals?
A nonprofit hospital, or not-for-profit hospital, is a hospital facility which is set up as a nonprofit organization. Since they are frequently affiliated with a religious denomination, based on a charitable purpose, and are a traditional means of delivering medical care in the United States, they can apply for tax exempt status.
Why Is It Necessary to Complete Schedule H and Form 990?
Hospital organizations use Form 990 and Schedule H to provide information on the activities, benefits, and policies of its hospital facilities and other non-hospital health care facilities that it operated during the tax year.
What Information Does Schedule H Cover?
- • Hospital facilities directly operated by the organization.
- • Hospital facilities operated by disregarded entities of which the organization is the sole member.
- • Other health care facilities and programs of the hospital organization or any of the entities described in 1 or 2, even if provided separately from the hospital’s license.
- • Hospital facilities and other health care facilities and programs operated by any joint venture treated as a partnership, to the extent of the hospital organization’s proportionate share of the joint venture.
Now that you know, all the hospitals out there can get ready for the upcoming Form 990 deadline!
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