E-FILE 990

Benefits of E-filing 990 Forms Over Paper filing

E-filing Form 990 to the IRS is the most chosen method for both organizations and paid preparers. Prepare your 990 Form faster and more accurately using an IRS-authorized, e-file provider and transmit your return with more security than postal mailing. The IRS processes electronic forms more quickly than paper filing, and you can get a copy of your return along with filing confirmation soon after submitting. You also have up until Midnight local time of the due date to submit your form when e-filing.


Information required to E-file 990 Forms

IRS Form 990 requires information about your exempt organization such as revenue and expenses, supplemental financial statements, program services, net assets and balance sheets, a list of employees, and tax compliance with governance, management, and disclosure statements. By having the appropriate documents and records readily available, you can get through the 990 form with even less time.

Why use efile990.org to file your 990 Forms?

Efile990.org offers a quick and secure method to e-file 990 forms with a user-friendly, streamlined e-filing experience providing interview-style questions and easy directions. Transmit your 990 forms (990/990-EZ/990-N/990-PF) in less time with these features:

Form 990 Schedules
Generate the required 990 Schedules automatically by answering the form interview sections.

Amended Return Support
Update or change information on an approved 990 form for previously filed tax years.

Manage Reviewers and Approvers
Send invitations via email to key members or officers to review, correct, and e-verify your 990 form.

Internal Error Check
Review your Form 990 for any mistakes or errors with the built-in audit check and submit a complete return the first time.

When Should I E-file 990 Forms?

Tax-exempt organizations with gross receipts equal to or greater than $200,000 have until the 15th day of the 5th month after the tax year ends to e-file 990 with the IRS.



Late Filing Penalties

Failure to file on time leads to penalty fees from the IRS. Late filing charges are either $20 each day you're late or $100 each day for organizations with gross receipts over $1 million. Maximum fees can reach to $50,000 or 5% of total revenues - whichever is smaller. Failing to file Form 990 for three straight years leads to an automatic revocation of tax-exempt status.


Steps to E-file 990 Forms with efile990.org


  • Step 1

    Create An Account

    Set up your free account to start
    e-filing Form 990 . If you have an account already, simply sign in with your email and password to start your return.

  • Step 2

    List Basic Organization Details

    Enter your organization's information such as name and address, employer identification number (EIN), and principal officer details. And then select the Form 990 to file.

  • Step 3

    Answer Form Interview Sections

    Respond to our easy, interview-style questions about your organization's fiscal revenue and expenses, activities, and other information.

  • Step 4

    View E-file Summary & Transmit

    Review your information summary for any mistakes with our internal error scan. After everything is done, pay and transmit your 990 return to the IRS.



Pricing: Starts at $69.90 per return


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