IRS form 990 EZ is used by tax-exempt charities for reporting the financial information to the IRS
Tax-exempt organizations should be well aware of the importance of this form since it's what allows such organizations to maintain their tax-exempt status.
And now every user gets the opportunity of filling out the form right from the comfort of their mobile phones. The tax management application contains the fillable blank itself, and all the needed tools to file it in the fastest and most secure way as possible.
The solution is equipped with a wide variety of useful options:
Adding of the textual data anywhere within the document. To do that, click on the needed cell and type in the required information. Its possible to use not only black color but other variants available in the solution.
Providing the current date both manually and automatically. This can easily be done by just clicking at the needed box and the current date will appear. If you need to correct it, tap on the box and change to the date you need.
Inserting check marks, images, cross signs or graphic lines.
Signing the 990 EZ form by drawing a signature on the screen of your smartphone. Just draw a signature and save the changes. Once you do that, the initials will appear in the cell by default.
Sending the sample right from the program to any e-mail address.
The possibility of making corrections in the form without having to complete the sample again.
On top of that, the solution has the highest data protection level and data encryption methods. Thus, everyone can insert his or her personal information without being concerned for the security of their data.
Since the form is an informational return, IRS can disclose it in public. Thats why you should be sure not to add your social security number. If you do not know whether your organization is considered tax-exempt or not, visit the official IRS website and read the detailed instructions and information on the 990 EZ form.
Complete the form for the tax year or the fiscal year for your organization. Actually, the IRS isn't the only entity that may request this form. Local and state institutions may also make a request to review the information contained in the document.
If this form is not filled out properly or not filed by the pre-set date, the organization will be obligated to pay penalties to the IRS.