Recent Developments – Clean Energy Credits
Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 - Clean Energy Credits

On June 14, 2023, Treasury and the IRS released proposed regulations on elective pay and transferability related to the clean energy credits under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.

An advanced copy of Pre-Filing Registration Requirements for Certain Tax Credit Elections was also released.
Frequently Asked Questions were published offering a general overview, and specific questions addressing Elective Pay and Transferability.

fact sheet on elective pay and transferability for Indian tribal governments is now available
Finally, a webpage with general information about Credits and Deductions Under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is also available.

Tax information, tools, and resources for charities and other tax-exempt organizations.


Tax-Exempt Organization Search (TEOS)

Use the TEOS tool to find information on an organization’s status and filings


Annual Filing & Forms

990-series forms, requirements and tips to help you complete your annual reporting and filing



Employer Identification Number (EIN)

Get an EIN to apply for tax-exempt status and file returns. Be sure you are a legally formed organization before applying for an EIN

Tax Exemption

Apply for Tax-Exempt Status
How to apply for IRS recognition of tax-exempt status

Lifecycle of an EO
Information about five stages in an exempt organization’s lifecycle

Reinstate Tax-Exempt Status
What to do if your tax-exempt status is revoked

Charitable Contributions

Charitable Contributions
Learn about tax-deductible charitable contributions


Noncash Charitable Contributions
Learn about making charitable contributions of property

Exempt Organization Types

Charitable Organizations — IRC 501(c)(3)
Organizations that are organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, testing for public safety, literary, educational or other specified purposes.

Churches & Religious Organizations — IRC 501(c)(3)
Churches and religious organizations are among the charitable organization that may qualify for exemption from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3).

Private Foundations — IRC 501(c)(3)
Private foundations typically have a single major source of funding (usually gifts from one family or corporation) and most primarily make grants rather than directly operate charitable programs.

Political Organizations
A party, committee, association, fund or other organization organized and operated primarily for the purpose of directly or indirectly accepting contributions or making expenditures, or both, for an exempt function.

Other Nonprofits
Organizations meeting specified requirements may qualify for exemption under subsections other than Section 501(c)(3). These include social welfare organizations, civic leagues, social clubs, labor organizations and business leagues.



Education Resources and Guidance
Find publications, forms and official guidance.
Web-based mini courses for new and existing tax-exempt organizations.

Tax Exempt and Government Entities Issue Snapshots
Issue Snapshots are employee job aids that provide analysis and resources for a given technical tax issue.