IRS 990 Schedule A - Demonstrating Public Support for your Non-profit
What is the purpose of IRS 990 Schedule A?
Form 990-Schedule A is a public charity status and public support schedule that must be filed by any organization that files Form 990 or Form 990 EZ, in order to provide necessary information about public support status.
Who must file IRS 990 Schedule A?
An organization that agreed with Part 4 and line 1 of form 990 has to fill out a Schedule A. In addition, any organization under section 501(c ) (3) which filed form 990 EZ has to fill this schedule. This includes:
• Organizations described in section 501(c)(3)
• Non-exempted charitable trusts described in section 4947 (a)(1) and treated as private foundations
• Organizations described in section 501(e) or 501(f) or 501(j) or 501(k) and 501(n).
When is IRS 990 Schedule A due?
The due date of 990 Schedule A is determined by the end of the fiscal year of the non-profit organization. Every filing organization must file the form by the 15th day of the 5th month after the completion of the fiscal year.
What accounting method should be used for Form 990 Schedule A?
When accounting for Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ), organizations must use the same method of accounting as checked on the Form 990-EZ line G or Form 990, Part XII, line 1.
What information do you need in order to complete this form?
The 990 Schedule A form needs the name of the organization and EIN along with detailed information regarding the public support for the organization. Go through the IRS instructions and fill out the form carefully.
Where do you file IRS 990 SCHEDULE A?
This Schedule A form must be sent to internal revenue service center at the following address: Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Center Ogden, UT 84201-0027