Form 1023-EZ Eligibility Worksheet - National PTA
Note: this worksheet must be completed prior to beginning the completion of form 1023-ez. this worksheet will determine whether or not your pta is eligible to complete form 1023-ez. do not file this worksheet with the irs. if you answer "yes" to...
New IRS Form 1023-EZ Makes Applying for 501(c) - Lawyers ...
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Reference Form 1023-EZ Completed by National PTA (Final).pdf
Sample irs form 1023-ez instructionsyou must complete the form 1023-ez eligibility worksheet in the instructions forform 1023-ez to determine if you are eligible to file this form.you must have applied for and received your employer identification...
Form 1023-EZ (Rev. May 2014) - Internal Revenue Service
Caution: draft not for filing this is an early release draft of an irs tax form, instructions, or publication, which the irs is providing for your information as a courtesy. do not file draft forms. also, do not rely on draft instructions and...
Reference Form 1023-EZ - National PTA
Note: this partially completed form 1023-ez shall only be used as a reference when completing yourpta's form 1023-ez for reinstatment of tax exempt status. do not file this form with the irs, as formssubmitted through pay.gov will be the only
IRS Issues Shortened Form 1023-EZ for Small
Irs issues shortened form 1023ez for small startup organizationson july 1, 2014, the irs announced the release of a new, shorter application for eligible small organizations seekingrecognition of tax exempt status under section 501(c)(3).form...
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Who needs Form 1023-EZ?
This form is called the Streamlined Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It can only be used by certain corporations. It is possible to determine if you can file it or not by checking the Eligibility Worksheet attached to the form.
What is the Purpose of the Form?
Organizations can fill out this form to request the recognition of exemption from income tax. However, there are nonprofit organizations already exempt from federal tax. They are churches, temples, synagogues and mosques or any other organizations which have a gross receipt every year of about $5,000.
When is Form 1023-EZ Due?
If an organization completes this IRS document during the period of 27 months after the month when they were officially registered, and the IRS approves it, the date of registration will be the one of the exempt status.
How to File
Generally, IRS Form 1023-EZ consists of six parts. The first part is the identification of the applicant. It includes the name, address, EIN, the month when a tax year ends, and the contacts of the organization. The second part of the application is devoted to the structure of the organization. In the third part, an applicant signifies his specific activities. The fourth part includes the information about the foundation classification. The fifth part is called the Reinstatement After Automatic Revocation and the last one requires a signature. If there are any questions, look through the instructions to IRS Form 1023-EZ.
Where do I Send it?
Submit this form to the Internal Revenue Service. Look for the address on their site. Check the sample filling to avoid mistakes and possible misunderstandings.