Non-Profit Filing for Fundraiser
Traditional methods of fundraising include soliciting donors via the mail, phone calls, newspapers, radio, television, and now via the Internet. Organizations have become creative over the years, conducting activities and events (such as the food sales, car washes, raffles, casino nights, auctions, and pledge drives) to raise funds. More sophisticated means of fundraising include targeting solicitations, crowd-funding, and tax planning considerations, such as conservation easements, lending arrangements, and charitable gift annuities.
Choose Your Gross Receipt and Start Filing with ExpressTaxExempt
|Conditions||Forms to File|
|Gross receipts normally ≤ $50,000||Form 990-N|
|Gross receipts < $200,000, and Total assets < $500,000||Form 990-EZ|
|Gross receipts ≥ $200,000, or Total assets ≥ $500,000||Form 990|
- How long should an organization keep records for tax purposes?
My organization changed its legal name. Is there any additional reporting to be done with
- My organization's Form 990-N was filed with a mistake. Can I amend the form submitted with the IRS?
- Can a small organization file a previous year's Form 990-N return?
- My organization doesn't have an EIN. Can I use the EIN of my parent organization to file Form 990-N?