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IRS Eliminates Paper Filing of IRS Form 1023, Application for Recognition of Tax-Exemption

As of January 31, 2020, the IRS requires that Form 1023, Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, be completed and submitted online through a U.S. government website called Pay.gov. There is a 90-day grace period during which the IRS will continue to accept paper versions of Form 1023.  The IRS also increased the length of Form 1023 from 36 pages to 40 pages.

To submit Form 1023, you must:

  1. Register for an account on Pay.gov.
  2. Enter “1023” in the search box and select Form 1023.
  3. Complete the form.

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2020-03-02T07:47:01-07:00March 2nd, 2020|Applications for Exemption, IRS Forms, IRS News|0 Comments

Tax Exempt Organizations Required IRS Filings

Although they are exempt from income taxation, exempt organizations are generally required to file annual returns of their income and expenses with the Internal Revenue Service. Small tax-exempt organizations with gross receipts under a certain threshold may be required to file an annual electronic notice. Some organizations, such as churches and certain church-affiliated organizations, are not required to file annual returns or notices.

If an organization has unrelated business income, it must file an unrelated business income tax return. In addition to filing an annual exempt organization return, exempt organizations may be required to file other returns of and pay employment taxes. Some organizations may be required to file certain returns electronically.

In addition to required filings, a charity may have other ongoing compliance obligations.

Use the tables linked below to find the due date of returns that a tax-exempt organization must file. To use the tables, you must know when your organization’s tax year ends.

2020-03-02T07:59:09-07:00February 2nd, 2020|IRS Forms, IRS News|0 Comments