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*You can file CA-199 even if you have filed your 990 return with
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  • Includes Form 199 Schedule M-1 & L
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Form 199 Schedule M-1 and L

  • You may need to provide additional information as Schedules along with Form 199.
  • There are 2 Schedules in total available for Form 199 that may need to be attached to the tax return based on particular organizational activities.
    • * Schedule M-1 - Balance Sheet
    • * Schedule L - Reconciliation of income per books with income per return
  • ExpressTaxExempt supports almost every Schedule for Form 199.
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Frequently Asked Question on CA Form 199

What is Form 199?

Form 199, California Exempt Organization Annual Information Return, is used by the following organizations to report the Receipts and Revenues, Expenses, and Disbursements.

  • Organizations granted tax-exempt status by the FTB.
  • Nonexempt charitable trusts as described in IRC Section 4947(a)(1).

Note: To file Form 199 with California, you must have your IRS accepted Federal return for your Nonprofit tax Form 990 Series!

Who Must File Form 199?

Nonprofits in California require to file CA state-specific forms to report the basic organization information like expenses, disbursements, filing fees, and more.

Normal gross receipts File
Gross receipts normally $50,000 or less* FTB 199N
Gross receipts more than $50,000 Form 199
Private foundations (regardless of gross receipts) Form 199
Nonexempt charitable trusts described in IRC Section 4947(a)(1) (regardless of gross receipts) Form 199

* Organizations eligible to file FTB 199N may choose to file Form 199.

Click here to learn more about Form 199 Filing Requirements

When is the deadline to file my CA Form 199?

The due date for Organizations operating other than the calendar year will be the 15th day of the 5th month from when the tax period ends.

If your organization follows the calendar tax year, then the deadline for 2021 tax year is May 16, 2022. E-File Now

How to file Extension for CA Form 199?

If your Nonprofits need more time to file Form 199, the exempt organization has an additional six months to file without filing a written request for an extension.

However, if the Organization that is not in good standing or suspended on the original due date of the nonprofit tax return will not be given an extension of time to file.

Can Form 199 be filed electronically?

Yes, Form 199 can be filed electronically using the services of FTB authorized e-file providers such as ExpressTaxExempt and also generate the applicable schedules for FREE.

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