IRS 501c3 APPLICATION
ARE YOU STILL TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO FILE YOUR NEW OR EXISTING CHARITY NONPROFIT WITH THE IRS?
"NONPROFITS SHOULD FILE FOR TAX EXEMPTION WITH THE IRS ASAP"
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE IRS 501C3 APPLICATION TAX EXEMPT STATUS
In the life cycle of a public charity, nonprofit organizations have to:
Prepare organizing documents
Apply for Employer Identification Number (EIN)
Apply for Charitable Solicitation license
Apply for Tax Exemption status
File annual information tax return
Nonprofits have to file an IRS 501c3 Application to be officially recognized as a tax exempt organization.
An organization that claims tax-exempt status under section 501(a), but has not yet received an IRS letter recognizing exempt status, is generally required to file an annual exempt organization return. If an annual return is due before the organization has submitted its IRS 501c3 Application application or while the organization's application for 501c3 recognition of exempt status is pending (including any appeal of a proposed adverse determination), the organization must file the return (including all applicable schedules and attachments) with the IRS 501c3 Application for 501c3 Form 1023 Application or Form 1023 EZ Application to be recognized as a tax exempt organization.
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If you believe your organization qualifies for tax exempt status (whether or not you have a requirement to apply for a formal ruling), be sure your organization is formed legally before you apply for an EIN IRS application. Nearly all organizations exempt under IRC 501(a) are subject to automatic revocation of their tax-exempt status if they fail to file a required annual information return or notice for three consecutive years. When you apply for an EIN IRS application, we presume you’re legally formed and the clock starts running on this three-year period.
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