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1120X OMB No. 1545-0123 Amended U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return Form Rev. November 2016 Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service For tax year ending Information about Form 1120X and its instructions is at www.irs.gov/form1120x. If the corporation is an eligible small business as defined in section 38 c 5 B and is using Form 1120X to claim a carryback of an unused ESBC enter SBJA 2012 at the top of Form 1120X. Future Developments What To Attach For the latest information about...
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In some instances we accept faxes. In the event that your return is not received by us within 30 days after it is due, you may contact us (or a member of our telephone answering service), providing full identifying information about the taxpayer and all return information on this form, for a refund on the original return that was filed on or before February 28, 2009. You will also be required to attach a copy of the original return. In the event that your return is not received by us within the prescribed period, we may determine that you owe a tax under section 66, 66A, or 66B. To obtain a refund under section 66, or in the event we determine that you owe a tax under section 66B, you must make the required deposits. For instructions on how to deposit these deposits, consult the instructions for the original form. If your deposit does not appear on the form, you will be required to sign a sworn statement certifying that you made the deposit. You must deposit the same amount that you are required to pay by withholding, and you may not be required to deposit a different amount. The returns that you file and any deposits made shall be considered to be the last returns (or returns) that you are required to file for the current tax year under section 66 or for section 66B. If a return was filed for a year that ended after you deposited the required deposit, the deposit is not refundable. If a return was filed for a year before you deposited the required deposit, any tax on such return, including any withheld taxes and any credit for amounts paid to you in excess of the required deposit, will still be considered to have been paid and any refund will be provided on the original return filed within 3 years after your initial return. If a return was filed for a year that ended before you deposited the required deposit, any tax on such return, including any withheld taxes and any credit for amounts paid to you in excess of the required deposit, is not due until the return is filed. Returns required to be filed on or before the due date for filing returns are those filed on or after September 2, 2017, for calendar years beginning after that date. The deposit required under section 66(f) of the Internal Revenue Code (Pub. L. 91–513, effective January 1, 1970) is not to be deposited before filing your return and for a subsequent return only if there was no original return for the prior year.
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Okay for this video I wanted to cover a simple tutorial on how to complete a form 1120 corporate tax return uh for the 2021 tax year for a newly formed corporate entity, so it's going to be a very simple example nothing too complex but what we're going to do is I've got a sample form 1120 in front of us that I've that I've completed, and I've got the supporting documents, and so we'll look at those and the fact pattern it will go back and forth between the supporting docs and this return to show you how the fields are completed what additional forms or schedules you might need so what do we have in front of us I've got the sample form 1120 like I said, and then I've got a slide here which covers the fact pattern that we're going to be working with at some details on the company and some additional elements that we're going to need to factor in when we complete the return, and then I've got an Excel file here which has the sample financial statements for our fake corporations, so we've got a p l a profit and...
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