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E-File IRS Form 990 online effortlessly with TaxZerone

TaxZerone ensures your organization with a smooth and accurate Form 990 submission. Our expertise streamlines the whole e-filing process and gets speedy IRS acceptance of your 990 return.

E-File Form 990

Why TaxZerone?

Explore the distinctive features that position TaxZerone as the preferred choice for exempt organizations filing 990 returns.

Streamlined IRS Status Updates

Streamlined IRS Status Updates

Receive real-time updates on your tax-exempt status after transmitting your return through TaxZerone. No more waiting – our system keeps you informed throughout the process.

IRS-Authorized E-Filing Software

IRS-Authorized E-Filing Software

File your 990 return confidently with TaxZerone, an IRS-authorized e-file service provider, and stay assured that the IRS will accept your return.

User-Friendly Filing Experience

User-Friendly Filing Experience

Access step-by-step instructions and helpful articles for quickly and easily completing your Form 990 return. Our intuitive interface and easy navigation simplify your e-filing process.

Security at the Forefront

Security at the Forefront

Advanced security measures ensure the safety of your personal information during the e-filing process. Your 990 return is submitted securely to the IRS, giving you peace of mind.

Easy E-filing

Easy E-filing

Navigate effortlessly through a user-friendly interface to complete your entire 990 e-filing process within minutes. Simply respond to a set of straightforward questions, and we'll handle the rest!

Accurate and Compliant

Accurate and Compliant

Leverage our platform's built-in IRS validation checks, minimizing errors and enhancing the accuracy of your 990 return. Reduce the risk of IRS rejections with our thorough validation process.

Try TaxZerone today and experience all these benefits.

E-File Your Form 990

Simplified e-filing process

E-file Form 990 with TaxZerone in 3 simple steps!

Follow the steps below to file Form 990 for your exempt organization.

Schedules for Form 990

TaxZerone currently supports the following 990 schedules for FREE!

These schedules will be auto-generated while you file your 990 form with us.

  • Schedule A - Public Charity Status and Public Support.
  • Schedule B - Schedule of Contributors.
  • Schedule C - Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities.
  • Schedule E - Schools.
  • Schedule G - Supplemental Information Regarding Fundraising or Gaming Activities.
  • Schedule L - Transactions With Interested Persons.
  • Schedule N - Liquidation, Termination, Dissolution, or Significant Disposition of Assets.
  • Schedule O - Supplemental Information to Form 990
Supplemental Information to Form 990
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Hear What Our Clients Say About Us

Saved hours of paperwork and headaches with TaxZerone. Smooth e-filing process, got our IRS acceptance notification in no time. Worth every penny!
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Filing my Form 990 has always been a nightmare. TaxZerone made it painless! Clear instructions, quick approval, and friendly support. Big thumbs up!
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As a small non-profit, we were nervous about filing ourselves. TaxZerone's user-friendly platform and affordable pricing were an absolute lifesaver
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Secure Your Tax-Exempt Status with TaxZerone

E-file your Form 990 effortlessly with TaxZerone and stay compliant for years. It’s fast, reliable, and stress-free

E-File Form 990

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the purpose of filing Form 990?

Filing Form 990 serves as a means for tax-exempt organizations to disclose their financial information, ensuring transparency. It helps the IRS and the public assess how these organizations operate and use their resources.

2. Who is required to file Form 990?

Nonprofit organizations, charities, and other tax-exempt entities recognized by the IRS are generally required to file IRS Form 990. The specific variant of the form depends on the organization's gross receipts.

3. When is the deadline to file Form 990?

The deadline to file IRS Form 990 is the 15th day of the 5th month after the organization's accounting period ends. If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the organization must file Form 990 by the next business day.
If your organization follows the calendar tax year, the deadline for filing the 990 return is May 15.