Susan Woods completes the Form 1023: Application for Recognition of Exemption (better known as 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization) for clients across the United States.
Since 2010, she’s completed 128 nonprofit application packets and maintains a 100% approval rating from the Internal Revenue Service.
If you are ready to start a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, click on the button below to learn about the detailed steps Susan uses to complete application packets for her clients.
The IRS revokes the exempt status of an organization that fails to file the required Form 990 for three consecutive years (“auto-revocation”).
Under the pandemic, this year the IRS extended filing dates to July 15, 2020, for organizations that had filing due dates of April 15, May 15, or June 15. Due to systemic limitations, the IRS did NOT update this deadline in the program that automatically issues notices of revocation.
As a result, the IRS sent some revocation notices prematurely. Nevertheless, the IRS prevented eligible organizations that attempted to file electronically by July 15 from being listed as automatically revoked on IRS.gov, where they are still shown as tax-exempt. At the same time, the IRS is processing paper filings that allow the reversal of auto-revocation for those filers.
The IRS is reviewing the cases and corresponding with organizations that received the premature notice. Additionally, the IRS has a dedicated fax number (855) 247-6123 to receive correspondence from organizations in this situation that wish to present documentation of their applicable filings.
Thanks, Susan Woods
What is your 501(c)(3) nonprofit vision?
You are invited to reserve a private phone consultation to discuss your vision to start a new 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization or to discuss the steps required to reinstate your nonprofit organization after automatic revocation by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
The purpose of the phone consultations is to provide YOU an opportunity to discuss your 501(c)(3) nonprofit vision. Susan takes notes while you share your vision to make sure it complies with IRS guidelines.
The phone consultations are very important to Susan and she respects your time by being prepared and ready to talk.
Consultation Reservation Fee
- 60-minute consultation = $20