Steve from Nonprofit Ally created a short (6 minute) video) of how to file your Form 990-N Annual Information Return for tax exempt organizations. What the IRS calls the ePostcard.
It’s nice of Steve to create this video so you know what information you need and what the IRS will ask.
My pet peeve: Steve calls it “filing your nonprofit taxes.” The Form 990-N is not a tax form. The Form 990 is called an information return because tax exempt nonprofits don’t file tax returns.* They are exempt from taxes.
Actually the IRS calls the 990-N a Notice because all you’re really doing is notifying the IRS that your small tax exempt organization still exists.
But that’s just me being a picky, precise CPA.
Carol Topp, CPA
*Some tax exempt organizations with unrelated business income may pay taxes on their unrelated income.