Schedule B Collection Suspension

The New York Attorney General’s Charities Bureau has suspended its collection of IRS Form 990 Schedule B while we review any amendments that may be necessary to our policies, procedures and forms in order to comply with the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Bonta (594 U.S. __, 2021). Effective immediately, charities’ annual filings will no longer require disclosure information that identifies donors. Any notices that charities have received regarding any deficiency due to missing or incomplete Schedule Bs are no longer operative as to such deficiency, and annual filings will no longer be considered deficient in such regard.

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Charities

Registration, filing requirements, annual filing forms, instructions and guidance for charities.

Trusts & Estates

Registration, filing requirements and forms for charitable lead trusts, remainder trusts and estates.

Fundraising Professionals

Registration, filing requirements and forms for fundraisers working with charities operating in New York State.

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Registration
Register your charity online.
Annual Filing
E-file your CHAR500 online with the Charities Bureau
Pennies for Charity
The Attorney General's Report and Database on Fundraisers in New York.
Nonprofit Revitalization Act
Key details of the Nonprofit
Revitalization Act's new annual filing
requirements.
Statutes & Regulations
State and Federal Laws and Regulations
Tips for Charitable Giving
The Attorney General's Tips on
Charitable Giving
Helpful Websites
Links to Other Charity Websites
FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions
NYPMIFA Guidance
Guidance on New Legislation on Endowments
File a Complaint
Call, Email, Make a FOIL Request or
File a Complaint
Guides & Publications
Forms, Guides and Informational Material
Charities Bureau Webinars
Links to Webinars for the NonProfit Sector