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6711202020Schedule K1 (Form 1120S) Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service /beginning/Part III Shareholders Share of Current Year Income, Deductions, Credits, and Other Items1Ordinary
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state, zip code, and telephone number6a Annual report on Form 1120S from each member of the group7a Corporate documentsa (Form 2-123) Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service c-1 Schedule K, Part I Share of Current Year Income, Deductions, Credits, and Other Items10Ordinary business income (loss)/11Net rental real estate income (loss)12Ordinary dividend income13Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities14Deductions2Tax credits20Ordinary income tax21Interest income25Ordinary income tax26Interest or investment income27Deductions and credits10Tax credits23Ordinary income tax28Expense reimbursements-credit10Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities10Interest3Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities14Deductions and credits12Tax credits2Other special assessments10Ordinary income tax20Interest or investment income33Ordinary income tax34Expense reimbursements-credit10Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities10Interest24Ordinary income tax25Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities10Interest33Ordinary income tax35Expense reimbursements-credit10Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities10Interest31Ordinary income tax36Expense reimbursements-credit10Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities10Interest31Ordinary income tax37Expense reimbursements-credit10Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities10Interest15Ordinary income tax30Interest or interest on excess of qualified investment earnings37Ordinary income tax38Expense reimbursements-credit10Expense reimbursed-tax credit10Ordinary income tax39Expense reimbursements-credit10Expense reimbursed-tax credit10Ordinary income tax40Expense reimbursements-credits15Ordinary income tax40Interest40Ordinary income tax41Expense reimbursements-credit10Excise tax on gain on sale of farm or small business securities10Interest43Ordinary income tax44Expense reimbursements-credits15Ordinary income tax44Interest45Ordinary income tax46Expense reimbursements-credit15Expense reimbursed-tax credit10Ordinary income tax49Expense reimbursements-credit15Expense reimbursed-tax credit10Ordinary income tax51Exp

Who needs IRS Form 1120S Schedule K-1?

While all S-Corporations report their income on Form 1120S, the shareholders’ net income and loss from the corporation is reported in Schedule K-1. This document is prepared for each partner to be later attached to their individual tax returns.   

What is IRS 1120S Schedule K-1 for?

Form 1120S Schedule K-1 is designed not only to outline the income earned or lost from a corporation but also for other earnings and deductions as well as a shareholder’s annual stock history.

Is IRS 1120S Schedule K-1 accompanied by other forms?

Initially, Schedule K-1 is a part of Form 1120S. However, it is sent separately to every shareholder to file their individual tax return Form 1040.

When is IRS 1120S Schedule K-1 Due?

As a part of Form 1120S, Schedule K-1 has the same due date as the form itself. It should be sent to the shareholder by March 15th or by September 15th if the extended deadline is allowed.

How do I fill out IRS 1120S Schedule K-1?

Schedule K-1 is a one-page document where an S-Corporation has to provide the following information:

  • Name, address and identification number
  • The shareholder’s personal and contact information
  • The percentage of stock the shareholder owned during the current tax year

Once the two parts of the schedule are completed, the company has to track deductions, credits and other financial data a shareholder had within the current tax year.

Where do I send IRS Form 1120S Schedule K-1?

Once completed, Schedule K-1 must be sent to each Shareholder. When the shareholder gets the schedule, they use the information from it to file their personal income tax returns.

The video below adds more clarity to the process.

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In this video let's take a look at the corporate tax return let's form 1120 here for the year 2018 really calendar year 2018 if it's not the calendar year then you have to type in or fill in the physical year here at the top name of the corporation address city state zip code if it's changed from the previous year you need to check off the boxes here if this is the first return creating a new corporation that would be checked off here so if this is the final return which we'll talk about in the quotations in the next couple chapters there's a box for that off to the left side are other boxes we had talked about consolidated returns where you combine the parent and subsidiaries net income or loss here this is an election using this form 8 5 1 special rules apply to farms and here insurance company's personal holding companies we talked about in a previous chapter personal service corporations usually like a medical practice or even an accounting or a legal practice their profit is taxed at are usually a higher rate in past years it was 35 for 2018 now it's the same flat rate as a regular cooperation, so I'm not sure the significance now of a personal service cooperation unless there are some limitations between the reducibility of when the officers or the employees who own the company get paid when they can deduct the or crew the costs on the corporate return this first section for income pretty much the same as a Schedule C that we had seen back in our first chapter except maybe if you'll take a look at line eight here it says capital gains net capital gains being added in, but you don't see capital losses being deducted because we learned here in Chapter five net capital losses cannot be deducted to offset the other income of the corporation you get to carry forward that capital loss really carried back for the past three years and then carried forward for the past for next five years we had talked about depreciation recapture ordinary income here I guess it was two chapters ago and a miscellaneous income figure here okay going further down the form the deductions let's take a look at some of them they were mentioned here in Chapter five that can be different from on our corporations income statement we had maybe compensation two highly paid officers in the case of those being paid over a million dollars possibly any excess is non-deductible bad debt expense remember for tax purposes you have to use a direct write-off method versus possibly the allowance method that's utilized on the financial statements something a little I mentioned maybe earlier was the calculation of the state income taxes being deducted here on the federal return so pretty much you need to finish the state tax return first to complete your federal tax return you need to possibly accrue that state income tax and deduct it under state income tax return and whatever tax you have on the state tax return you're going to deduct it over here on the federal return we saw interest...
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