Nevada Nonprofits State Tax Overview

- Updated April 30, 2020 - 8.00 AM - Admin, ExpressTaxExempt

Read through this page to explore everything related to the State of Nevada's registration and reinstatement process of charity organizations.

To offer a comprehensive understanding, we have listed the filing methods the Nevada state accepts, details of the form to file, how an organization can extend its filing deadline, the penalty imposed, and other links to important resources.

1. Registrations and Reinstatements of Charity Organizations for Nevada

Charitable Solicitation Registration Statement (CSRS) for Nevada

  • The State of Nevada requires every charitable organization wanting to operate in its state to do a registration by filing Charitable Solicitation Registration Statement (CSRS) with the Nevada Secretary of State's Commercial Recording Division before they start to solicit charitable contributions in Nevada.
  • To continue soliciting contributions, charitable organizations must file the CSRS report annually.

If a charitable organization has an office in Nevada, or if its employees or agents regularly conduct business in Nevada, it means a charitable organization is considered to be 'doing business' in Nevada.

Form: Charitable Solicitation Registration Statement

Filing Method: Postal Mail or Online

Where to Mail Charitable Solicitation Registration Statement to Nevada?

Mailing Address

Mail To

Office of the Secretary of State,
202 North Carson Street,
Carson City, NV 89701-4201.

Application for Reinstatement for the State of Nevada

  • An organization whose registration was revoked can reclaim its right to perform its business in Nevada by filing an application for reinstatement with the appropriate documents, fees, and penalties.

To be reinstated an organization must submit the following details:

1. Customer Order Instructions

2. If claiming a Business License Exemption, the organization must complete and sign the declaration page

3. Certificate of Reinstatement

4. A completed and signed Initial/Annual List for the type of entity being reinstated

5. A Registered Agent Acceptance signed by the agent of record for the entity or, if a changing agent, a Statement of Change of Registered Agent by Entity completed, signed and accompanied by the $60.00 filing fee

6. If required, an executed Name Consent or Application of Reinstatement form

7. All associated filing fees and penalties

Form: Application for Reinstatement

Filing Fee: $100

Filing Method: Postal Mail or Online

Where to Mail Reinstatement Application to the State of Nevada?

Mailing Address

Mail To

Secretary of State,
202 North Carson Street,
Carson City, Nevada 89701-4201.

2. Nonprofits Annual Report and Filing for the State of Nevada

  • President, Secretary, Treasurer, or the equivalent of and all Directors must be named. The filing fee for a nonprofit corporation without stock is $50.00.
  • For nonprofit corporations with stock, the filing fee is based on the total number of shares provided in the articles. Nonprofit corporations under NRS Chapter 82 are not required to maintain a State Business License or pay the additional fee.

Form: Form used for annual or amended list filings

Filing Method: Postal Mail or Online

Where to mail Annual Report to the State of Nevada?

Mailing Address

Mail To

Secretary of State,
202 North Carson Street,
Carson City, Nevada 89701-4201.

E-File Form 990-N (e-Postcard), 990-EZ, 990, 990-PF, 1120-POL, 8868
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