Exempt organizations that need more time to file their tax returns can quickly and easily transmit IRS tax extension Form 8868. Express990 lets you complete your extension within minutes and receive approval from the irs much quicker than paper filing. to file your form 8868, all you need is your basic organization details, and tax year period. you should also know which annual tax return you typically file for your tax exempt group. your form will be transmitted error-free and you will have access to you copy.
If your exempt organization needs more time to file, submit Extension Form 8868 to apply for an automatic 6-month extension of time to file your tax-exempt return.
Charitable organizations, churches and religious organizations, private foundations,
and other nonprofits can all
file extension Form 8868.
The deadline to file extension Form 8868 is the 15th day of the 5th month from the tax year end date. E-filing IRS Form 8868 instantly grants an automatic extension of your due date by 6 months.
Generally, a penalty of .5% of any tax not paid by the due date is charged for each month (or part of a month) that the tax remains unpaid. The penalty cannot exceed 25% of the amount due. You will not be charged the penalty if you can show reasonable cause for not paying on time.
Tell us about your organization - we'll recommend the right 990 form
With Express990 Premium Support, you will receive assistance from a live professional who will help you step-by-step from start to finish as you fill out and complete your tax return.
Currently, you may file an Form 990 or Form 990-EZ Amended Return with Express990 only if you filed your original return with us.
Intuitive, cloud-based service with easy directions for e-filing.
Contact our US-based customer support team 24/7 with email support.MORE FEATURES
Many nonprofit organizations are eligible for an income tax relief from the federal government by receiving tax-exempt status. They can apply for the exemption status by filing a Form 1023 and submitting it to the IRS.Learn More