If your tax-exempt organization operates on a fiscal tax year starting in February, your IRS Form 990 is due Friday, June 15th! Yes, like THIS FRIDAY! 😳
Do you need some extra time to gather your 990 tax form information or just don’t like being rushed? That’s where ExpressExtension comes in. We are here to show you how to extend your IRS Form 990 deadline.
When is Form 990 Due?
As a tax-exempt organization, you are required to file a 990 tax form (Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax Form) annually. If your accounting period runs from February to January your Form 990 extension due date is June 15th, 2018. If you file an extension for your 990 tax form on or before this date you will receive an additional six months. However, there is no extension available for Form 990-N.
The Form 990 extension due date for fiscal tax year organizations that start in February is Friday, June 15, 2018.
How To Extend Your IRS Form 990 Deadline
You can receive a 990 extension in less than 2 minutes when you e-file with the #1 tax extension software in the U.S., ExpressExtension.
ExpressExtension provides a hassle-free, simplified e-filing process that will directly transmit your completed form to the IRS. Zero complex IRS terminology all you need to do is follow our step-by-step instructions guide to submit information.
To file Form 8868 you first need to gather your organization’s basic details, which includes the organization’s name, address, EIN, tax year period, and which IRS 990 Form you typically file.
1. Create or log in to your ExpressExtension account
2. Click “Create Exempt Org Tax Extension” from your account Dashboard.
3. Follow the step-by-step guide to complete tax extension Form 8868 online.
4. Transmit directly to the IRS
If you fail to file your nonprofit tax return or extension by the 990 due date you will face some pretty hefty IRS penalties that you don’t want to deal with.