IRS Form 990 is the tax document that federally tax-exempt organizations file each year with the IRS. This includes charitable nonprofits.
The IRS and the public can evaluate nonprofits and how they operate just by examining their 990s. The form collects information about the mission, programs, and finances of tax-exempt organizations. The 990 also gives each nonprofit an opportunity to report what it accomplished the prior year, thus making a case for keeping its tax-exempt status.
Due to recent revisions, Form 990 collects even more information such as disclosure of potential conflicts of interest, compensation of board members and staff, and other details having to do with financial accountability and avoidance of fraud.
Listed here are the Innocence Project of Texas Form 990 documents for each year since our formation in 2006: