SPECIAL ALERT: Is your nonprofit about to lose its federal tax-exempt status?

SPECIAL ALERT: Is your nonprofit about to lose its federal tax-exempt status?


CHECK THE LIST and File Online Today
 
On May 15th nearly 2,300 nonprofits in New Mexico could lose their federal tax-exempt status. Will your nonprofit be one of them?
 
We hope not. The Urban Institute’s National Center for Charitable Statistics has developed a simple tool to find out if you need to file. Here’s how in 3 easy steps:


(1) Go to the NCCS website
(2) Select the name of your state and then enter your nonprofit’s name. If there is an alert “FILE NOW” by your nonprofit’s name, then
(3) File a 990 by May 15 or your nonprofit’s tax-exempt status will be automatically revoked

Call the United Way of Central New Mexico’s Center for Nonprofit Excellence at 505 247 3671 if you need help.
 
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NOTE: The IRS requirements are not related to the New Mexico Charitable Solicitations Act or the nonprofit filing requirements of the New Mexico Attorney General's office.  For more info on these filing requirements go to www.nmag.gov.

To all Charitable Organizations required to be registered with the Office of the Attorney General:

This Alert is in regard to the Federal IRS tax exempt reporting requirements and is not meant to reflect the New Mexico registration and reporting requirements. For information regarding charitable registration and reporting in New Mexico please go to www.nmag.gov and click on charities. All the information you need including the statutes governing those requirements are online for your convenience. If you have further questions or comments please send an e-mail detailing your concern to

Charity.Registrar@nmag.gov

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