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e-Postcard (Form 990-N) with the IRS

We support filing Form 990-N for the current and the previous tax years.

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Search Organization’s EIN

Search for your organization’s EIN and our system will automatically import your organization’s basic information from the IRS database.

Choose Tax Year

Tax 990 supports filing Form 990-N for the current and 2 prior tax years. Choose the tax year for which you need to file Form 990-N and proceed.

Review & Transmit to the IRS

Review the details and transmit your e-Postcard to the IRS. Our system will notify you of your filing status via email or text.

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3-Step Filing Process

You can complete and e-file your Form 990-N (e-Postcard) with the IRS in 3 - simple steps.

User-Friendly Interface

Tax990’s interface is easy to use and comprehensive, allowing you to file 990-N returns with ease.

Prior Year Filing

Tax 990 supports filing Form 990-N for the current tax year as well as two prior tax years (2021, 2020).

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You can receive instant email and text notifications about the IRS status of your Form 990-N filed with us.

Re-Transmit Rejected Returns

If the IRS rejects your Form 990-N for any reason, you can correct and retransmit it for Free.

File from Any Device

You can file Form 990-N from any device including desktop, mobile, or tablet at your convenience

Previous Filing History

Our software provides you with access to your organization’s 990-N filing history.

E-file Unlimited Returns From One Account

You can transmit returns for an unlimited number of organizations through a single account.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Form 990-N

Nonprofit organizations with gross receipts less than or equal to $50,000 for the tax year must file Form 990-N with the IRS annually.

Yes! You can file Form 990 or 990-EZ voluntarily instead of Form 990-N, even if your organization’s gross receipts are less than or equal to $50,000.

The due date to file Form 990-N (e-postcard) is the 15th day of the 5th month after the organization’s accounting period ends.

If your organization follows a calendar tax year, the deadline for filing Form 990-N is May 15th unless it falls on a weekend or holiday.

No! Unlike other 990 forms, the deadline to file Form 990-N cannot be extended by filing Form 8868 .

  • Organization's legal name, other names, and mailing address
  • Employer identification number (EIN)
  • Organization's annual tax year (calendar or fiscal filer)
  • Name and address of a principal officer
  • Organization's website address (if the organization has one)
  • Confirmation that the organization's annual gross receipts are $50,000 or less.

Form 990-N, also referred to as an e-Postcard, is filed by small tax-exempt organizations with gross receipts not exceeding $50,000 to meet their annual tax filing requirements.

No, Form 990-N can not be amended once filed. Instead organizations can file another return with the updated information.

Yes! With Tax990, small tax-exempt organizations can file their e-Postcard for two prior tax years as well.

If your organization fails to file a 990-N return for three consecutive years, it will become subject to automatic revocation, meaning the IRS will revoke its tax-exempt status. The organization will then be considered a taxable entity.

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