Frequently Asked Questions about Form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification ▷ Go to for instructions and the latest information. UNCG-2018-3.PDF May 19, 2023 ▷ Go to for instructions and the most current version. About IRS Form 990 The annual Schedule for Distributions (Form 990) for nonprofessional corporations filed with the Internal Revenue Service is available through the online IRS Self-Service Center, or by calling 800‑908‑4933. The form is posted on IRS.gov, on the Forms' webpage of our website, or in our Tax Center. The first edition of IRS Form 990 (Annual Return) was filed on June 14, 1958. The tax returns were due by March 15 and are available in the online IRS Self-Service Center. Form 910 (Annual Business Report) for partnerships and S corporations, filed electronically at IRS.gov beginning February 1, 2000, is due March 15, 2016. Form 990 for partnerships and S corporations was available for some years beginning March 29, 1995; Form 990-NT (TN-AIM, TN Application for Exchange; Annual Return) for tax years after 1999; and Form 990-NR (NR-AIM, NR Application for Exchange; Annual Return) for tax years after 2000. Form 990-PF (PRF File; Corporate Profit & Loss) is required for federal income tax returns for tax years 1998 through 2009. Form 990-PF (PRF File) can be ordered from any of the following: If you have a Form W‑2 or W-3. A Form W‑2 must be signed by an employee of an organization that is required by law to pay Social Security/Medicare taxes and other federal social security/Medicare taxes. A Form W-3 must be signed by a nonmanager employee of such an organization. An individual who is not in the employ of an organization or who is not required by law in such organizations to be paid social security/Medicare taxes and other federal social security/Medicare taxes can sign either Form W‑2 or Form W-3. Form 990 or 990‑EZ may be obtained from the following offices: The IRS Forms and Publications section is located at the U.S.