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Entering Form 990 program service revenue in ProConnect Tax

SOLVEDby IntuitUpdated May 08, 2023

How to enter Form 990 program service revenue:

  1. From the Input Return tab, go to Revenue  Program Service Revenue.
  2. Enter a Description for the revenue.
  3. Enter the Business code (Form 990, Part VIII) using the drop down input, if applicable.
  4. Enter an amount in Related or exempt function income.
    • This amount will flow to Form 990 Page 9, Part VIII line 2 column B. From there the amount is combined with any other amounts in Part VIII line 2 on line 2g, and flows to Form 990 Page 1, Part I line 9.

How to enter Form 990 program service revenue excluded by 512, 513, 514:

  1. From the Input Return tab, go to Revenue Program Service Revenue.
  2. Enter a Description for the revenue.
  3. Under the Excluded By 512, 513, 514 section use the Exclusion code drop down input to enter the exclusion code.
  4. Enter the amount in the Amount input under this section.
    • This amount will flow to Form 990 Page 9, Part VIII line 2 column D. From there the amount is combined with any other amounts in Part VIII line 2 on line 2g, and flows to Form 990 Page 1, Part I line 9.

How to make the program service income amounts flow to Form 990-T:

  1. From the Input Return tab, go to Revenue Program Service Revenue.
  2. Enter a Description for the revenue.
  3. Under the Unrelated Business Income section, use the Business code (MANDATORY for Form 990-T) drop down input to enter a business code for the 990-T.
  4. Enter the amount in the Amount input under this section.
    • This amount will flow to the Sch A T Page 1, Part I, line 12. From there it also flows to the 990-T Page 1, Part I, line 1.
    • The amount will also flow to Form 990 Page 9, Part VIII, line 2 column C.
    • On the 990 that amount will also be combined on line 2g of Part VIII and flow to Form 990 Page 1, Part I, line 9.

See this related article Exempt Organization Section 512, 513, 514 Exclusion for more information.

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