Form 1023 Paperwork, In Millions of Hours, 1986 to 2016

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Q. Doesn't the Eligibility Worksheet already

ask about gross receipts and assets?

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A. Yes.  Checking the Eligibility Checkbox at the top of Form 1023-EZ is supposed to mean you have completed the Eligibility Worksheet that appears on page 13 of the Form 1023-EZ instructions.  Gross receipts and assets are covered in Questions 1, 2, and 3 of the Eligibility Worksheet. 

These questions are new in the 1023-EZ dated January, 2018 Form 1023-EZ.  Apparently, so many ineligible organizations were filing Form 1023-EZ that the IRS saw a need to duplicate the gross receipts and assets questions.