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Most nonprofits have to file an information return (aka tax return) with the IRS annually - a form 990. Which type of 990 and what schedules need to be completed are determined by many different factors. Failure to file this form can result in penalties and interest or possible loss of exempt of status. Your organization's 990 is also your "public face" being the first document many potential donors go to first.
That's why it is so important that your return is completed correctly, timely, and with an eye towards telling your organization's story.
In addition to the federal form, there may be other additional state forms (or many state forms) due depending on the state where the nonprofit was organized and where it did business.
Beyond the annual filings, there may be state registration filings, corporation commission filings, and well, you get the idea...