Nonprofit Reinstatement Services

How to lose 501(c)(3) status?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) automatically revokes the 501(c)(3) status for all nonprofit organizations that fail to submit the appropriate Form 990 Information Report for three consecutive years. Specifically, nonprofit leaders must submit the appropriate Form 990 Information Report on the 15th day of the fifth month after the fiscal year end each year. If they fail to submit the report for three consecutive years, they will receive a letter notifying them that their 501(c)(3) status has been revoked.

How to reinstate 501(c)(3) status?

Susan Woods Nonprofit Solutions provides nonprofit reinstatement services to help nonprofit leaders reinstatement 501(c)(3) status after automatic revocation using the following steps:

  • meeting with nonprofit leaders whose 501(c)(3) status was revoked
  • determining which type of reinstatement option is appropriate for the nonprofit
  • completing the 501(c)(3) reinstatement application packets for nonprofit leaders
  • answering follow-up questions from IRS Exemption Specialists (if needed)

Video Message: Four Reinstatement Options

The video below explains the four types of reinstatement options the IRS provides based on the needs of the organization.

Comments/Questions/Suggestions

If the IRS automatically revoked your 501(c)(3) status, please schedule a free one-hour consultation below:

Thank You! Susan Woods @ 704.968.2769


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