2022 – 05/03 Form 990-N (e-Postcard) is supposed to be filed with the IRS by tax-exempt organizations with annual gross receipts of $50,000 or less. If a nonprofit files its 990-N improperly, the IRS may consider the organization as having not filed. And nonprofits that don’t file for three consecutive years automatically lose their exempt status. The IRS normally issues a “nonfiler notice” if a nonprofit doesn’t file for two years. But according to the IRS, not receiving a nonfiler notice doesn’t excuse a failure to file three years in a row. However, if your exempt status is revoked and you never received a notice or improperly filed your 990-N, it may help any appeal. Read more:

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