Nonprofits Now Eligible To File IRS Form 990-N for 2012 With Aplos Software

Aplos Software, an authorized IRS e-file provider, offers e-filing of the IRS e-Postcard (IRS Form 990-N) at no charge for the current year and e-filing for years 2010 and 2011 for $9.99 through their website at http://www.aplossoftware.com. Nonprofits with a January 1 fiscal year are now eligible to e-file their 2012 Form 990-N or e-Postcard, an informational return required annually be the IRS.

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Aplos Software is an authorized IRS e-file provider for 2012 Form 990-N, 2011 Form 990-N and 2010 Form 990-N

Nonprofits are now eligible to free e-file 2012 Form 990-N

Fresno, California (PRWEB) January 10, 2013

Aplos Software, LLC, an authorized IRS e-file provider, released this week their 2012 Form 990-N (e-Postcard) that can be e-filed with the IRS for free at http://www.aplossoftware.com. In addition, nonprofits may file a Form 990-N late for a prior year of 2011 or 2010 for $9.99 per return using Aplos e-File.

Form 990-N is an IRS annual informational return for tax-exempt organizations whose annual gross receipts are normally $50,000 or less. IRS Form 990-N must be electronically completed each year unless the nonprofit elects to file the longer Form 990 or Form 990-EZ instead.

The deadline for submitting Form 990-N is the 15th of the fifth month after the close of the organization’s tax year, so nonprofits that started a new fiscal year on January 1, 2013 are now eligible to submit their 2012 return and their 990 filing deadline is May 15, 2013.

A nonprofit is able to file Form 990-N late without a penalty from the IRS. If an organization fails to file the form three years in a row, the organization will automatically lose its tax-exempt status with the IRS. Visit http://www.irs.gov for more information about annual reporting requirements.

“We are proud to be a trusted partner with the IRS and are one of the only providers that will help organizations submit Form 990-N for a prior year, “ said Dan Kelly, co-founder of Aplos Software. “It is all part of our commitment to make managing a small nonprofit simple and easy.”

Organizations that do not need to file the IRS form include organizations that are included in a group return; churches and their auxiliaries, conventions or associations; and organizations that are required to file a different return.

Aplos e-File is available at no charge for the current year of 2012 at http://www.aplossoftware.com/products/efile. To complete the Form 990-N, the nonprofit will need to provide a valid email address, their employer identification number (also know as a taxpayer identification number), tax year, legal name, mailing address, any other names the organization uses, name and address of a principal officer, website address if the organization has one, confirmation that the organization’s annual gross receipts are less than $50,000 or less for tax years ending on or after December 31, 2010 and if applicable, a statement that the organization has terminated or is going out of business.

About Aplos Software
Founded in 2009, Aplos Software develops nonprofit accounting software and church accounting software that makes it simple to manage finances. This includes Aplos Accounting, a simple, low-cost,web-based fund accounting software. In addition, they offer Aplos Oversight, a free enterprise accounting software for a user to easily manage the finances of multiple nonprofits or churches that subscribe to Aplos Accounting. Aplos Software is also an authorized IRS e-file provider for nonprofits including 990-N (e-Postcard) e-file, 990 EZ e-file and 990 Extension e-file. For more information, visit http://www.aplossoftware.com or call Aplos Software at (888) 274-1316.


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