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SCHEDULE F Form 990 Statement of Activities Outside the United States Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Complete if the organization answered Yes on Form 990 Part IV line 14b 15 or 16. Attach to Form 990. Go to www.irs.gov/Form990 for instructions and the latest information. Open to Public Inspection Employer identification number Name of the organization Part I OMB No. 1545-0047 General Information on Activities Outside the United States. Cat. No. 50082W Schedule F Form...
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Who needs a Schedule F (990 Form)?

This form is used as an addendum to the IRS form 990 in case the organization answers “Yes” on Form 990, part IV, line 14b, 15, or 16.

What is the purpose of the Schedule F form?

The main purpose of the form is to provide information about the organization’s activities outside the Unites States including grants and other assistance to organizations and entities and/or individuals.  

What other documents must accompany the Schedule F?

The Statement of Activities outside the United States is a part of form 990. It is completed if there is a need. In some cases, the organization may need to file other forms, such as Form 926, Form 3520, Form 5471, Form 8621, Form 8865, or Form 5713.

When is the Schedule F due?

This Schedule should be submitted with Form 990 by the 15th day of the 5th month after the end of the organization’s fiscal year.

What information should be provided in the Schedule F?

The authorized person will add the following:

  • Name of the organization
  • Employer’s identification number
  • General information about the organization’s activities outside the Unites States
  • Grants and other assistance to organizations or entities outside the USA
  • Grants and other assistance to individuals outside the USA
  • Supplemental information

Where do I send the Schedule F after its completion?

The completed Schedule together with form 990 is filed with the IRS.

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