Regulations Amending Requirement to File Schedule B to IRS Form 990 Promulgated

The New York State Attorney General’s Office has amended its regulations to reflect changes in the Charities Bureau’s requirements for filing Schedule B to IRS Form 990. The new requirements will be implemented when the Charities Bureau upgrades its online annual filing form (CHAR500) in June 2022.

Pursuant to amended regulations effective March 16, 2022, registrants other than private foundations that file Schedule B with the Internal Revenue Service can omit the names and street addresses of donors on Schedule B filed with the Charities Bureau.

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