501c3 Status Revoked
- Every day, the IRS is revoking 501c3 status for nonprofits that fail to file their annual 990 returns with the IRS.
- If you were one of the many nonprofits whose 501c3 was automatically revoked for failing to a 990 tax return for three consecutive tax years, we can help you. To get you reinstated, the IRS requires another application and the payment of another User Fee.
- Depending on the size of your organization and other variables, there are different rules for reinstating your tax-exempt status with the IRS.
- If an organization’s tax-exempt status is automatically revoked, it is no longer exempt from federal income tax, and it is not eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions. Any contributions you receive while your status is revoked will be disallowed, and these donors will most likely be unhappy. Sometimes reinstatement can be retroactive, sometimes not.
- State and local laws may affect an organization that has lost its federal tax-exempt status. Therefore, it is to your advantage to get your 501c3 status reinstated as soon as possible.
- You can have your application for reinstatement off to the IRS in a week or two if you use our service. We look forward to serving you and getting you back in good standing with the IRS. The longer you wait, the more likely it is that there will be other negative consequences.