Monday, January 27, 2014

Who is not required to file

All business partnerships that do not earn revenues or are sustaining expenses that will step up to appear as deductions or credits on a federal income tax return, will be absolved from filing Form 1065. Also, IRS does not recognize corporations, trusts, estates and sole proprietorships as ‘business partnerships’ for federal income tax purposes either.
When & how should it be filed?
As with the general norm, IRS requires a domestic partnership to file Form 1065 by the fifteenth day of the fourth month following the current tax-year end-date.

For filing, partnerships can request Form 1096 from the IRS office or through webmail. The Form 1065 is user-friendly and self-explanatory. Businesses will need to fill in mandatory information which includes name of the business, postal address, telephone number, the payee along with his or her Social Security Number and the amount paid herewith. Form 1096 must be completed with signatures and dates due. The completed documents can then be mailed to the IRS at the address that’s relevant to the state in which the business is located.
Idaho Business Tax Extension

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