What type of changes in an organizing document must be reported while filing Form 990-EZ?
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Here are the few common examples of the significant changes made in the organizing documents that need to be reported
- Name of the organization.
- The organization's exempt purposes or mission.
- The number, composition, qualifications, authority, or duties of the governing body's voting members.
- The number, composition, qualifications, authority, or duties of the organization's officers or key employees.
- The role of the organization's members in governance.
- The distribution of assets upon dissolution.
- The provisions to amend the organizing or enabling document or bylaws
- The quorum, voting rights, or voting approval requirements of the governing body members or the organization's stockholders or membership.
- The policies or procedures contained within the organizing documents or bylaws regarding compensation of officers, directors, trustees, or key employees; conflicts of interest; whistleblowers; or document retention or destruction; and
- The composition or procedures of an audit committee contained within the organizing document or bylaws.
Here's how to add the significant changes made in the organizing documents using ExpressTaxExempt:
- Log into your ExpressTaxExempt account.
- On the dashboard, click on the "Start Return" button.
- Select the "Form 990-EZ" option on the list of Federal returns.
- Enter your organization details and click "Next"
- In the "Organization Tax Year" page, select the year for which you want to file the information return. Once done, the subsequent steps will be to fill the actual parts of the form.
- Under More Information section, select "Start" for Other Information.
- Select Yes and add the significant changes made to the organizing or governing documents.
- Click Next.
- Now, follow the subsequent steps as prompted.
- Review the details, Pay, and click the Transmit button to transmit your return to the IRS.
These significant changes made must be described in Schedule O, Supplemental Information, and filed along with Form 990-EZ. However, there's no need to attach an amended copy of Form 990-EZ, unless the amended return reflects a change in the organization's name.