Form 1023

Form 1023

A form that an organization files with the IRS to apply for tax exempt status under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Form 1023 generally is not necessary if the organization is a place of worship or if it has gross receipts for the tax year under $5,000.
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Larger applicants continue to fill out the 23-page Form 1023.
501(c)(3) using Form 1023, Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and must provide the IRS a detailed statement of the organization's proposed activities.
In announcing the new form, the IRS said it had more than 60,000 Form 1023 applications pending, with many waiting approval for more than nine months.
An Internal Revenue Service (IRS) spokesman directed a request for the organization's Form 1023 to the Tax Exempt and Government Entities division.
Nonprofits wishing to obtain tax-exempt IRC section 501(c)(3) status must file Form 1023 ["Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRC"], while all others requesting tax-exempt status will use Form 1024 ["Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(a) for Determination Under Section 120 of the IRC"].
Although the videos are focused around the State of California, people filing out of state may use the videos that specifically deal with the IRS form 1023.
I was able to file the Form 1023 and set up the accounting records right the first time.
exemption on the Service's Form 1023 within 15 months from the end
Answer: To start a nonprofit corporation in Oregon, you must (1) file articles of incorporation, (2) obtain an employer identification number from the IRS using Form SS-4, (3) apply to the IRS for recognition of tax exempt status using Form 1023 and (4) register with the Charitable Activities Section of the Oregon Department of Justice using Form RF-C.
It also provides the latest forms, including the new IRS form 1023.
Form 1023 requires completion of approximately nine pages designed to determine if the organization meets Code Section 501(c)(3) requirements.
She is former chair and a member of Form 1023 and 990 Revision Task Forces for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).