Tool Helps Donors Research Tax-Exempt Organizations

 

 

Here are some things taxpayers will find when they use the TEOS tool:

Forms

  • Images of an organization’s forms 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF and 990-T filed with the IRS. New filings are added monthly.

A simplified search process

  • TEOS is mobile friendly, which provides access to the search tool using smartphones or tablets.

Favorable determination letters

  • These are issued by the IRS when an organization applied for and met the requirements for tax-exempt status. The IRS continues adding determination letters to the site. Eventually, all determination letters issued since January 2014 will be available.

Other information

This includes whether an organization:

  • Is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.

  • Has had its tax-exempt status revoked because it failed to file required forms or notices for three consecutive years.

  • Filed a Form 990-N annual electronic notice with the IRS. This applies to small organizations only.

Publicly available data from electronically-filed 990 forms is still available through Amazon Web Services.

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