Return Due Dates for Exempt Organizations: Annual Returns
Use the table below to find the due date of annual returns (Forms 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF, or 990-BL) that a tax-exempt organization must file. To use the table, you must know when your organization’s tax year ends.
|Ending date of tax year||Initial return due date||First extended due date||Second extended due date|
|December 31||May 15||August 15||November 15|
|November 30||April 15||July 15||October 15|
|October 31||March 15||June 15||September 15|
|September 30||February 15||May 15||August 15|
|August 31||January 15||April 15||July 15|
|July 31||December 15||March 15||June 15|
|June 30||November 15||February 15||May 15|
|May 31||October 15||January 15||April 15|
|April 30||September 15||December 15||March 15|
|March 31||August 15||November 15||February 15|
|February 28/29||July 15||October 15||January 15|
|January 31||June 15||September 15||December 15|
If a due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the due date is delayed until the next business day. The table above does not reflect the additional day.
NOTE: Instead of filing an annual return, certain small organizations file an annual electronic notice.