Tax Matters - May 22, 2010


All non-profit organizations must file Form 990 with the IRS every year by May 15 to maintain their tax-exempt status. Since this year, May 15 falls on a Saturday, the deadline has been moved to May 17. The Pension Protection Act 2006 states that the IRS is to revoke the tax-exempt status of all agencies that do not submit their Form 990 on time. As of now, there are still thousands of non profit organizations that have not filed their forms. In Alaska alone, the number is estimated at more than 1,000. In the entire country, about 350,000 non-profit organizations have yet to submit their Forms 990.

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