How to E-File Form 990-N (e-Postcard)
All you need is to follow the step-by-step guide mentioned below to quickly prepare & e-file your Form 990-N directly to the IRS.
Create an Account
If you have not registered, click on the "NEW USERS" button as a new users. Otherwise, click "RETURNING USERS" button.
Once you have logged in or registered, proceed to Step 2 on the e-Postcard home page to create your Form 990-N (see below).
Adding your Exempt Organization details
Enter your Exempt Organization details such as Organization Name, Employer Identification Number (EIN) and Address.
The Organization name and EIN must match exactly as the IRS has it in their system.
Choose your Tax Year & Tax Period
Select the tax year for which you are filing the return. We support current tax year 2020 and Prior Tax Years 2019 & 2018.
Confirm your Eligibility criteria
This page shows information about the eligibility criteria for filing 990-N e-Postcard and also about the organizations who are not eligible to e-file Form 990-N.
To e-file e-Postcard 990-N with IRS you need to confirm your gross receipt is $50,000 or less.
Here you will find the sum of your return. Please verify the data for accuracy. To change any value click the "Edit" button next to it. Click the "Review" button for our internal error checks.
In this page, our application will do an audit check and help you to find the errors. You can fix the errors before proceeding to transmit to the IRS. However, if there are no errors on the page, then you can proceed further to electronically transmit it to the IRS.
Transmit to the IRS
After completing these above processes you can transmit your Form 990-N (e-Postcard) to the IRS.
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