IRS Form 990 Schedules- Updated April 18, 2020 - 12.00 PM - Admin, ExpressTaxExempt
Nonprofits and Tax-Exempt Organizations must provide additional information about the financial and other activities when filing Form 990.
IRS requires the Organizations to attach additional information through 990 Schedules. In total, there are 16 Schedules available for Form 990 that may need to be attached based on the organizational activities.
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Table of Contents
1. Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ) - Public Charity Status and Public Support
2. Schedule B (Form 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF) - Schedule of Contributors
3. Schedule C (Form 990 or 990-EZ) - Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities
Section 501(c) organizations and Section 527 organizations use Schedule C to provide additional information on political campaign activities or lobbying activities.
4. Schedule D (Form 990) - Supplemental Financial Statements
Nonprofit Organizations that file Form 990 use schedule D to provide information for donor-advised funds, conservation easements, certain art and museum collections, escrow or custodial accounts or arrangements, endowment funds, and supplemental financial information.
5. Schedule E (Form 990 or 990 EZ) - Supplemental Financial Statements
6. Schedule F (Form 990) - Statement of Activities Outside the United States
7. Schedule G (Form 990 or 990-EZ) - Supplemental Information Regarding Fundraising or Gaming Activities
8. Schedule H (Form 990) - Hospitals
Hospital organizations use Schedule H to provide information on the activities and policies of, and community benefit provided by, its hospital facilities and other non-hospital health care facilities that it operated during the tax year.
It includes facilities operated either directly or indirectly through disregarded entities or joint ventures.
9. Schedule I (Form 990) - Grants and Other Assistance to Organizations, Governments, and Individuals in the U.S.
Nonprofits and Tax-exempt Organizations use this schedule to report information on grants and other assistance made by the filing organization during the year to domestic organizations, domestic governments, and domestic individuals.
10. Schedule J (Form 990) - Compensation Information
Nonprofits and Tax-Exempt Organizations that file Form 990 use this schedule to report the compensation information for certain officers, directors, individual trustees, key employees, and highest compensated employees, and information on certain compensation practices.
11. Schedule K (Form 990) - Supplemental Information on Tax-Exempt Bonds
Organizations use schedule K to report certain information on their outstanding liabilities associated with tax-exempt bond issues.
12. Schedule L (Form 990 or 990-EZ), Transactions with Interested Persons
13. Schedule M (Form 990), Noncash Contributions
Schedule M is used to report the types of noncash contributions received during the year and additional information on these contributions.
14. Schedule N (Form 990 or 990-EZ) - Liquidation, Termination, Dissolution, or Significant Disposition of Assets
Schedule N is to provide information relating to going out of existence or disposing of more than 25 percent of their net assets through a contraction, sale, exchange, or other disposition.
15. Schedule O (Form 990) - Supplemental Information
16. Schedule R (Form 990) - Related Organizations and Unrelated Partnerships
Organizations that file Form 990 use this schedule R to provide information on related organizations, on certain transactions with related organizations, and on certain unrelated partnerships through which they conduct significant activities.
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