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C-Corporation Income Tax Return
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(11/15/16) (08/24/16) Form 112 2016 C Corporation Colorado C Corporation Income Tax Filing Guide 1. First, complete your federal income tax return — IRS Form 1120. You will need information from your federal return to complete this return. 2. File the return for free using Revenue Online or file electronically using e-filing software. You can file on paper if you cannot file electronically. Returns are due 3 ½ months after the close of the taxable year. 3. If you owe the state, pay electronically through Revenue Online. If you cannot pay online, make your check or money order payable to the “Colorado Department of Revenue”. Please print the corporation’s Colorado Account Number and “2016 Form 112” on the check or money order Booklet Includes: Instructions Form 112 Related Forms Official State of Colorado Publication Manage your account. File and pay online. Get started with Revenue Online today! www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline With A Payment Without A Payment *160158-C19999* DR 0158-C (07/29/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver CO 80261-0008 www.TaxColorado.com (0029) Extension of Time for Filing a Colorado C Corporation Income Tax Return General Information being paid by the extension due date. Corporate income tax returns are due 3½ months after the end of your tax year, or by April 18, 2017 for traditional calendar year filers. If you are unable to file by your prescribed due date, you may file under extension. This will allow you an additional 6 months to file your return, or until Monday October 16, 2017 for traditional calendar year filers. However, the extension to file does not allow you to extend your payment due date. You must pay at least 90% of your tax liability by the original due date of your return (or April 18th) and the remainder by the filing extension due date (or October 16th) to avoid delinquent payment penalties. Penalties and Interest If the 90% rule is not met by the original due date, then delinquent penalty and interest will be assessed when you file your return. If 90% or more of your tax liability is paid by the original due date, and the remaining balance is paid by the extension due date, no penalty will be assessed. However, you will be billed interest, but only on the amount If after the original due date, you determine that you underpaid your extension payment you should pay the additional tax as soon as possible to avoid further accumulation of penalty and/or interest. Pay Online Visit www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline to pay online. Online payments reduce errors and provide instant payment confirmation. Revenue Online also allows users to submit various forms and to monitor their tax account. DR 0158-C is not required if an online payment is made. Please be advised that a nominal processing fee may apply to non-EFT online payments (e-check or credit card payments). Pay by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) EFT Debit and EFT Credit options are free services offered by the Department. EFT services require pre-registration before payments can be made. Visit www.Colorado.gov/revenue/eft for more information. DO NOT CUT – Return Full Page DR 0158-C (07/29/16) For tax period: (MM/DD/16) Ending: (MM/DD/YY) 2016 Return the DR 158-C with check or money order payable to the Colorado Department of Revenue, Denver, Colorado 80261-0008. Write your Colorado Account Number or Federal Employer Identification Number and “2016 DR 0158-C” on your check or money order. Do not send cash. Enclose, but do not staple or attach, your payment with this form. File only if you are making an extension payment. FEIN Colorado Account Number Corporation Name Address City State ZIP Amount Owed If no payment is due, do not file this form. The State may convert your check to a one time electronic banking transaction. Your bank account may be debited as early as the same day received by the State. If converted, your check will not be returned. If your check is rejected due to insufficient or uncollected funds, the Department of Revenue may collect the payment amount directly from your bank account electronically DO NOT CUT – Return Full Page $ .00 Page 3 *160900C=19999* DR 0900C (07/29/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver CO 80261-0008 www.TaxColorado.com (0021) 2016 C Corporation Income Tax Payment This form must accompany your payment if you filed electronically and wish to pay by check The Department strongly recommends that you file using Revenue Online or other electronic method and remit your payment electronically or by EFT. The amount on the check and the amount entered on the payment document must be the same. This will help maintain accuracy in your tax account. Be sure to keep a copy of the money order or note the check number with your tax records. DO NOT submit a paper 112 return if you have already filed and paid electronically. DO NOT CUT – Return Full Page DR 0900C (07/29/16) For tax period: (MM/DD/16) Ending: (MM/DD/YY) 2016 Return this form with check or money order payable to the Colorado Department of Revenue, Denver, Colorado 80261-0008. Write your Colorado Account Number or Federal Employer Identification Number and “2016 FORM 112” on your check or money order. Do not send cash. Enclose, but do not staple or attach, your payment with this form. FEIN Colorado Account Number Corporation Name Address City State Zip If no payment is due, do not file this form. The State may convert your check to a one time electronic banking transaction. Your bank account may be debited as early as the same day received by the State. If converted, your check will not be returned. If your check is rejected due to insufficient or uncollected funds, the Department of Revenue may collect the payment amount directly from your bank account electronically. DO NOT CUT – Return Full Page Amount Owed $ .0  0 Page 5 Instructions For Completing Form 112 Line–by–Line Instructions This filing guide will assist you with completing this Colorado Income Tax Return. Once you finish the form, file it with a computer, smartphone or tablet at www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline, our free and secure Revenue Online service. Or, you may file using private e-File software or with a paid tax preparer. If you cannot file electronically for any reason, mail the enclosed forms as instructed. Section A S Corporations use Form 106 Please read through this guide before starting your return. All Colorado forms and publications referenced in this guide are available for download at www.TaxColorado.com — the official Taxation Web site. Filing Requirements Each C corporation doing business in Colorado, or those who derive income from Colorado sources, must file this return. Organizations that have been granted tax exempt status by the IRS are generally exempt from Colorado taxation. However, those tax exempt entities that file federal Form 990-T to report unrelated business taxable income from Colorado sources or from business activity in Colorado are subject to Colorado taxation and are required to file Form 112. Any insurance company subject to the tax imposed on gross premiums by §10-3-209, C.R.S. is exempt from Colorado income tax. Due Date Corporate income tax returns are due April 18, 2017 for traditional calendar year filers. If you are unable to file by your prescribed due date, you may file under extension. See Form DR 0158-C for more information about filing extensions. Estimated Tax Every C corporation subject to Colorado income tax must file Form 112EP, if it can reasonably expect the net tax liability to exceed $5,000 during the taxable year. See publication FYI Income 51 for more information. Accounting Period and Method The accounting period and method for Colorado income tax must be the same accounting period and method as used for federal income tax. Account Numbers The Colorado Account Number (CAN) is 8 digits and must be listed in addition to the Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) on any form where requested. The CAN used on this form is usually the same number that is found on sales tax licenses and forms related to wage withholding. First, complete the federal income tax return to be filed with the IRS. You will use information from that return to complete the Colorado income tax return. Mark the appropriate box related to your apportionment method. Corporations doing business in multiple states must apportion their taxable income to each state in which they conduct business. This ensures the tax is paid to the state in which the income is earned and taxable, and eliminates double taxation. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 59 for more information. Generally, income is apportioned using the single sales factor. • Not Apportioning The C corporation conducts business only in the state of Colorado. Tax will be calculated on 100% of the Colorado taxable income. • Single Sales Factor All business income must be apportioned using a single factor: sales. Nonbusiness income may either be directly allocated to the appropriate state or treated as business income, subject to the single sales factor. Schedule SF is required if using this method and can be completed by clicking the appropriate edit button on Revenue Online. Otherwise, submit via the e-Filer Attachment on Revenue Online or send with the paper return. • Gross Receipts The C corporation that performs no Colorado activities other than making sales, that does not own or rent real estate within Colorado borders, and that generates annual Colorado gross sales of $100,000 or less, may elect to pay tax on 0.5% of the annual Colorado gross receipts – in lieu of paying the normal income tax. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 58 if this applies to you. If using this method, you must enter the annual Colorado gross receipts on line 17, the calculated 0.5% tax on line 18, and enter “gross receipt tax” next to each of these two lines. • Other Apportionment Method When Colorado apportionment methods do not fairly measure the Colorado-source income, the corporation may request (or the Department might require) an alternative apportionment method. Section B Mark the appropriate box to designate a separate, consolidated, or combined return. There are four possible filing alternatives for C corporations. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 60 for additional information. • Separate This designation is for a single corporation, regardless of its membership in an affiliated Page 6 group. A single corporation cannot use this filing alternative if it elects to be part of a consolidated return or if it is required to be included in a combined filing. • Consolidated This designation is for affiliated members of a group of corporations defined by §1504 Internal Revenue Code. However, only those members conducting business in Colorado can be included in the consolidated return. This filing alternative is binding for four years and requires consent of the Colorado members of the group. Filing such a return shall be deemed consent. • Combined This designation is for affiliated members of a group of corporations defined by §39-22-303, C.R.S. that meets at least half of the six-part intercompany business relationship test for this year and the preceding two years. This is a required filing alternative. • Combined/Consolidated This designation is for an affiliated group filing a combined return, but who has a member that filed a federal consolidated return with another corporation, and the other corporation is conducting business in Colorado but is not otherwise eligible to be included in the combined report. Taxable Income Line 1 Enter the federal taxable income (or loss) from IRS Form 1120 or 990-T. Line 2 Enter any amount from line 1 that is attributed to affiliated corporations that are not included in this consolidated or combined return. Line 3 This line is automatically calculated by Revenue Online, or subtract line 2 from line 1 if filing a paper return. This reflects the taxable income of the federal pro-forma return included on the Colorado form. Additions Line 4 Enter any federal net operating loss deduction claimed in the computation of the federal taxable income. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 19 if this applies to you. Line 5 Enter any Colorado income tax claimed as a deduction in the computation of the federal taxable income. Line 6 Enter the sum of all other qualifying additions. For this line, you must further explain your basis for this adjustment. If you are using Revenue Online, submit this explanation to your return electronically with the E-Filer Attachment option. Otherwise, use the Form DR 1778 or attach a written statement to your paper return. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 58 if this applies to you: • Interest income – the amount of state or municipal obligations that were not included in federal taxable income. DO NOT include bond premium amortization, or any interest earned from bonds issued by any state or political subdivision, excluding any bonds issued by the State of Colorado or its political subdivisions on or after May 1, 1980. Qualifying interest shall be net of any expense required to be allocated thereto by the Internal Revenue Code for federal income tax purposes. See publication FYI Income 52 for more information. • Foreign-source income – the amount of any income, war profits, or excess profits taxes paid or accrued to any foreign country or to any possession of the United States that were claimed as a deduction on the federal return. • Gross Conservation Easement charitable contribution – Any charitable deduction taken on the federal return for a gross conservation easement that has also been claimed for a Colorado tax credit. Complete Form DR 1305 Part D. Line 7 This line is automatically calculated by Revenue Online, or enter the sum of lines 3 through 6 if filing a paper return. Subtractions Line 8 Enter any income that is included on line 1, which is derived from any U.S. government bond interest and any interest or dividend income on obligations securities of any authority, commission, or instrumentality of the United States to the extent that such income is exempt from state taxation by federal law. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 20 if this applies to you. Line 9 Enter any income that is included on line 1, which is derived from foreign income that qualifies as excludable foreign–source income. Excludable foreign–source income means taxable income from sources outside the United States as used in §862 of the Internal Revenue Code. Excludable foreign–source income shall also be omitted in determining the Colorado sales factor on Schedule SF. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 58 if these conditions apply to you: • The corporation has elected to claim foreign tax paid or accrued as a deduction on the federal income tax return and therefore the Colorado exclusion can equal that of the federal deduction. Page 7 • The corporation has elected to claim foreign tax paid or accrued as a credit on the federal income tax return and therefore the Colorado exclusion is calculated by excluding section 78 dividend gross up from the total foreign–source income, then multiplying by a fraction, the numerator of which is the federal foreign tax credit, and the denominator being the foreign–source income (excluding section 78 dividend gross up), multiplied by the effective federal corporation income tax rate (federal corporate income tax divided by federal corporate taxable income). Excludable foreign–source income may not exceed total foreign–source income excluding section 78 dividend gross up. Foreign–source income from a foreign corporation with an affiliated group of corporations shall be determined without regard to §882(a)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code. Line 10 Enter up to $100,000 of any income that is included on line 1, which is derived from Colorado-source capital gain. This is income earned from the sale of real or tangible personal property that is located in Colorado, was acquired on or after May 9, 1994, and was continuously held for at least 5 years prior to the transaction date from which the capital gains arise. Complete and submit Form DR 1316. Revenue Online allows you to directly enter Form DR 1316 by clicking the EDIT button. Paper filers should attach this form to their return. Take precaution to completely fill out every field of this form. Be as detailed as possible, especially when providing property descriptions, ownership, and dates of acquisition and sale. Line 11 For Colorado-licensed marijuana businesses, list any expenditure that is eligible to be claimed as a federal income tax deduction but is disallowed by section 280E of the Internal Revenue Code because marijuana is a controlled substance under federal law. To calculate this deduction, you must create pro forma federal schedule(s) for Business Profit or Loss as if the federal government would have allowed the expenditures from the marijuana business. The Colorado deduction shall be the difference between the profit/loss as calculated on the ACTUAL schedule(s) filed with the federal return and the pro forma schedule(s) described above. You must attach both the pro forma schedule(s) and the actual schedule(s) to your Colorado return to receive this deduction. Line 12 Enter the sum of all other qualifying subtractions. For this line, you must further explain your basis for this adjustment. If you are using Revenue Online, submit this explanation to your return electronically using the E-Filer Attachment option. Otherwise, use Form DR 1778 or attach a written statement to your paper return. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 58 if these subtractions apply to you: • Colorado income tax refund–the amount of any Colorado income tax refund that was included on line 3. • Gross up provisions–the amount of any IRC section 78 gross up provisions that was included on line 3. • Various credits–the amount of any salary or wage expense that was not allowed as a federal deduction by the IRS due to the provisions of the Indian employment credit, work opportunity credit, empowerment zone employment credit, orphan drug credit, the credit for increasing research activities, employee retention credit, welfare-towork credit, or mine rescue team training credit. Line 13 This line is automatically calculated by Revenue Online, or enter the sum of lines 8 through 12 if filing a paper return. Taxable Income Line 14 This line is automatically calculated by Revenue Online, or calculate your modified federal taxable income by subtracting line 13 from line 7 if filing a paper return. Line 15 This line is automatically calculated by Revenue Online, or enter the Colorado taxable income. For those filing a paper return, this amount is transferred from line 14 if not apportioning income. Otherwise, corporations that are apportioning income, this amount shall be transferred from line 16 of Schedule SF. Line 16 Enter the Colorado net operating loss deduction. This amount is calculated in the same manner as the federal net operating loss deduction, except that in the case of a corporation apportioning income, it is the part of the federal net operating loss (as modified) that is from Colorado sources. Colorado net operating losses may be carried forward 20 years for tax years beginning on or after August 6, 1997. They may not be carried back. Federal limitations on carryover losses between predecessor and successor corporations apply to Colorado income tax as well. We suggest that you read publication FYI Income 19 if this applies to you. Line 17 This line is automatically calculated by Revenue Online, or calculate your Colorado taxable income by subtracting line 16 from line 15 if filing a paper return. Tax Line 18 Calculate your Colorado tax. This is automatically entered by Revenue Online. If filing a paper return, multiply line 17 by the tax rate of 4.63%. Credits Line 19 Complete Form 112CR to calculate this line. If you are using Revenue Online, this field will automatically populate Page 8 when you complete the Form 112CR, or transfer the amount of nonrefundable credits from line 27 of Form 112CR if filing a paper return. Line 20 Use your tax software, Revenue Online or Form DR 1366 to calculate the total amount of nonrefundable enterprise zone credits being used to offset the current year tax liability. The total nonrefundable enterprise zone credit used cannot exceed the amount of line 18. Line 21 Subtract the sum of lines 19 and 20 from line 18. Line 22 Corporations required to recapture federal investment credits with respect to Colorado assets must recapture the “old” Colorado investment credits as well. Include any investment credit recapture, historic property preservation credit recapture, low income housing credit recapture, or any other credit recapture. Submit an attachment through Revenue Online or a paper statement to your mailed return that itemizes each recaptured amount calculated for this line. Line 23 Enter the sum of lines 21 and 22 if filing a paper return. Line 24 Carefully review payment records before completing this line. Use Revenue Online (www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline) to verify estimated taxes paid on the account. Doing so will reduce processing delays. Enter the amount of credit for prepayments. Include the sum of the following on line 24: • Estimated tax payments for 2016; and • Any overpayment from 2015 that was carried forward to 2016 Extension payment(s); and • Payments remitted with DR 1079 to satisfy withholding requirements for the sale of Colorado real estate. Line 25 Enter the amount of withholding reported on Form W-2G made on lottery or gambling winnings, if any. Line 26 Complete all applicable parts of Form DR 1305. Enter the amount from line 33 of Form DR 1305G. Line 27 Enter the Innovative Motor Vehicle Credit from Form DR 0617, if any. Line 28 This credit is only available if business personal property tax was paid to a Colorado county in 2016 and the business had business personal property of $15,000 or less. Submit a copy of the assessor’s statement with your return. Table 1 – Match your federal taxable income amount from line 1 of the Form 112. Amount from Form 112 line 1 Credit rate $0 - $50,000 .8037 $50,001 - $75,000 .7037 $75,001 - $100,000 .6137 $100,001 - $335,000 .5637 $335,001 - $10,000,000 .6137 $10,000,001 - $15,000,000 .6037 $15,000,001 - $18,333,333 .5737 $18,333,334 and up .6037 Business personal property credit calculation worksheet: Enter the amount of business personal property tax paid in 2016 A _____________ Enter the Credit Rate from Table 1 that corresponds with your Federal Taxable Income B _____________ Multiply line A times line B to calculate the credit allowed, enter on Form 112 line 28 $ _____________ Line 29 Enter the amount from line 88 of Form DR 1366. Line 30 Enter the sum of lines 24 through 29 if filing a paper return. If the amount of line 23 exceeds the amount of line 30, additional tax is due with this return, continue to line 31. If not, go to line 36. Line 31 Subtract line 30 from line 23 if filing a paper return. Line 32 Calculate any penalty owed for delinquent filing or payment. The penalty is 5% of the net tax due for the first month after the due date, and 0.5% for each additional month past the due date. The minimum penalty is $5 and the maximum penalty is 12% of net tax due. Or, if you prefer not to calculate this penalty, the Department will bill you. Line 33 Calculate any interest owed for delinquent filing or payment. The interest rate is 4% of the net tax due. Or, if you prefer not to calculate this interest, the Department will bill you. Interest on any bill issued that remains unpaid after 30 days of issuance will increase to 7%. Line 34 To calculate this penalty, complete Form 205. Enter any estimated tax penalty owed on this line. Line 35 Enter the sum of lines 31 through 34. Payment can be made electronically at: • www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline; or • www.Colorado.gov/Revenue/EFT : or Page 9 • If you are filing this return WITH a check or payment, please mail the return to: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver, CO 80261-0006 Line 36 This amount is calculated automatically by Revenue Online. Otherwise, subtract line 30 from line 23. Line 37 Enter the amount, if any, you would like to be available for 2017 estimated tax. Line 38 Subtract line 37 from line 36 to calculate the amount of your refund. You have the option of authorizing a transaction by the Department to directly deposit these funds to your bank account. Otherwise, a refund check will be mailed to the address you have designated on this return. Direct Deposit Enter the routing and account numbers and account type. Include hyphens, but do NOT enter spaces or special symbols. We recommend that you contact your financial institution to ensure you are using the correct information and that they will honor a direct deposit. Intercepted Refunds The Department will intercept your refund if you owe back taxes or if you owe a balance to another Colorado government agency or the IRS. Section C Enter the name, phone, and address of the party responsible for maintaining the books belonging to this corporation. Section D Enter the 6-digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) number that best describes the purpose of this business. Use the same code used on the federal return. Section E Enter the year the corporation began doing business in Colorado. Section F Designate whether the paid preparer can discuss this return with the Department. By completing this area of the return, you are granting the designee the ability to: • Provide any missing information needed for the processing of your return; and • Call the Department for information about your return, including the status of your refund or processing time; and • Receive upon request copies of notices, bills, or transcripts related to your return; and • Respond on your behalf to notices about math errors, intercepts, and questions about the preparation of your return. This designation does not allow the third party to receive your refund check, bind you to anything (including any additional tax liability), or otherwise represent you before the Colorado Department of Revenue. If you would like to expand the designee’s authorization, complete the Form DR 0145, Power of Attorney for Department Administered Tax Matters. Section G – H Complete the data as requested. Signature The law requires the return to be signed under penalty of perjury. Persons authorized to sign this return must either be the president, vice president, treasurer, assistant treasurer, chief accounting officer, or other officer that is duly authorized to act on behalf of the corporation. In cases where receivers, trustees in bankruptcy, or assignees are operating the property or business of corporations, such receivers, trustees, or assignees shall make returns for such corporations in the same manner and form as corporations are required to make returns. Amendments If an amended return is filed with the IRS, or if the IRS changes the content of the return, an amendment must be filed with Colorado. Use Revenue Online or the Form 112X to amend the Colorado return. If the corporation operates in multiple states, the Department will accept the revenue agent report (RAR) in lieu of an amended return. Be sure to list the Colorado Account Number on the RAR before mailing a copy to one of the addresses below: New For This Year: If you are filing this return WITH a check or payment, please mail the return to: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver, CO 80261-0006 If you are filing this return WITHOUT a check or payment, please mail the return to: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver, CO 80261-0005 Caution: Federal adjustments must be reported to the Colorado Department of Revenue. See §39-22-601(6), C.R.S. for information about the statute of limitations. Departmental Use Only Form 112 (08/31/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE (0023) 2016 -or- *160112==19999* Colorado C Corporation Income Tax Form 112 Do not submit federal return, forms or schedules when filing this return. Fiscal Year Beginning (MM/DD/16) Year Ending (MM/DD/YY) 2016 Name of Corporation Colorado Account Number Address FEIN City State If you are submitting a statement disclosing a listed or reported transaction, mark this box A. Apportionment of Income. This return is being filed for: Final Return ZIP (42) A corporation not apportioning income; (45) A corporation electing to pay a tax on its gross Colorado sales; (43) A corporation engaged in interstate business apportioning income using single-factor apportionment (Schedule SF required); (46) A corporation claiming an exemption under P.L. 86-272; (44) A corporation engaged in interstate business apportioning income using special regulation (Schedule SF required); (47) Other appointment method, must be pre-approved by the department (fill in below) B. Separate/Consolidate/Combined Filing. This return is being filed for: A single corporation filing a separate return; An affiliated group of corporations required to file a combined return (Schedule C required); An affiliated group of corporations electing to file a consolidated return. Warning: such election is binding for four years. If your election was made in a prior year, enter the year of election in line below. (Schedule C required); An affiliated group of corporations required to file a combined return that includes another affiliated, consolidated group (Schedule C required) Enter the year of election (YYYY) Federal Taxable Income Round to nearest dollar 1. Federal taxable income from Federal form 1120 or 990-T 1 00 2. Federal taxable income of companies not included in this return 2 00 3 00 4. Federal net operating loss deduction 4 00 5. Colorado income tax deduction 5 00 6. Other additions, include explanation 6 00 3. Net federal taxable income, line 1 minus line 2 Additions 7. Total of lines 3 through 6 7 00 *160112==29999* Form 112 Form 112 (08/31/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Name Account Number Subtractions 8. Exempt federal interest 8 00 9. Excludable foreign source income 9 00 10. Colorado source capital gain (assets acquired on or after 5/9/94, held five years) 10 00 11. Colorado Marijuana Business Deduction 11 00 12. Other subtractions, include explanation 12 00 13. Total of lines 8 through 12 13 00 14. Modified federal taxable income, line 7 minus line 13 14 00 15. Colorado taxable income before net operating loss deduction 15 00 16. Colorado net operating loss deduction 16 00 17. Colorado taxable income, line 15 minus line 16 17 00 18. Tax, 4.63% of the amount on line 17 18 00 19 00 20 00 21. Net tax, line 18 minus lines 19 and 20 21 00 22. Recapture of prior year credits 22 00 23. Total of lines 21 and 22 23 00 24. Estimated tax and extension payments and credits 24 00 25. W-2G Withholding from lottery winnings 25 00 26. Gross Conservation Easement Credit from DR 1305G line 33 26 00 27. Innovative Motor Vehicle Credit from form DR 0617 28. Business Personal Property Credit: Use the worksheet in the DR 112 book instructions to calculate, submit copy of assessor’s statement 27 00 28 00 29. Renewable Energy Tax Credit from line 88 of form DR 1366 29 00 30. Total of lines 24 through 29 30 00 31. Net tax due. Subtract line 30 from line 23 31 00 Taxable Income Credits 19. Total nonrefundable credits from line 27, Form 112CR (may not exceed tax on line 18) 20. Non-refundable Enterprise Zone credits used – as calculated, or from DR 1366 line 87 32. Penalty 32 00 *160112==39999* Form 112 Form 112 (08/31/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Name Account Number Do Not Submit Federal Return, Forms or Schedules when Filing this Return 33. Interest 33 00 34. Estimated tax penalty due 34 00 35. Total due. Enter the sum of lines 31 through 34 35 00 36. Overpayment, line 30 minus line 23 36 00 37. Amount from line 36 to carry forward for future year estimated tax 37 00 38. Amount from line 36 to be refunded 38 00 Direct Deposit Type: Routing Number Checking Savings Account Number The State may convert your check to a one time electronic banking transaction. Your bank account may be debited as early as the same day received by the State. If converted, your check will not be returned. If your check is rejected due to insufficient or uncollected funds, the Department of Revenue may collect the payment directly from your bank account electronically. Pay electronically at www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline or Mail and Make Checks Payable to: Colorado Department of Revenue Denver, CO 80261-0006 C. The corporation’s books are in care of: Last Name First Name Middle Initial Phone Number ( Address D. Business code number per federal return (NAICS) City ) State Zip E. Year corporation began doing business in Colorado F. May the Colorado Department of Revenue discuss this return with the paid preparer show below (see instructions)   Yes No   Yes No   Yes No G. Kind of business in detail H. Has the Internal Revenue Service made any adjustments in the corporation’s income or tax or have you filed amended federal income tax returns at any time during the last four years? If yes, for which year(s)? (YYYY) Did you file amended Colorado returns to reflect such changes or submit copies of the Federal Agent’s reports? *160112==49999* Form 112 Form 112 (08/31/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Name Account Number Last Name of person or firm preparing return First Name Address of person or firm preparing return Middle Initial Phone Number ( City ) State Zip Under penalties of perjury in the second degree, I declare that I have examined this return and to the best of my knowledge is true, correct and complete. Declaration of preparer (other than taxpayer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge. Signature or Title of Officer Date (MM/DD/YY) New For This Year: If you are filing this return with a check or payment, please mail the return to: If you are filing this return without a check or payment, please mail the return to: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver, CO 80261-0006 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver, CO 80261-0005 Page 14 Form 112 Schedule SF (06/29/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE *160112SF19999* 2016 Schedule SF — Single Factor Apportionment Schedule Name Account Number 1. Total modified federal taxable income from line 14, page 2, Form 112 Business Income Apportioned to Colorado By Use of the Sales Factor Do not include foreign source revenues modified out on line 9, page 1, Form 112 Colorado Total 2. Gross sales of tangible personal property 2 3. Gross revenue from services 4. Gross rents and royalties from real property 5. Gross proceeds from sales of real property 6. Taxable interest and dividend income 7. Gain from the sale of intangible personal property 3 8. Patent and copyright royalties 9. Revenue from the performance of purely personal services 10. Total revenue (total of lines 2 through 9 in each column) 8 1 4 5 6 7 9 10 11. Line 10 (Colorado) divided by line 10 (Total) 11 Complete Lines 12 and 15 only if nonbusiness income is being directly allocated. If all income is being treated as business income, enter 0 (Zero) on Lines 12 and 15. 12. Less income directly allocable (a) Net rents and royalties from real or tangible property (b) Capital gains and losses Nonbusiness Income Only (c) Interest and dividends (d) Patents and copyright royalties (e) Other nonbusiness income (f) Total income directly allocable [add lines (a) through (e)] 12 13. Modified federal taxable income subject to apportionment by formula, line 1 less line 12 13 14. Income apportioned to Colorado by formula, line 11 multiplied by line 13 Do not submit federal return, forms or schedules when filing this return. 14 *160112SF29999* Form 112 Schedule SF (06/29/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Name Account Number 15. Add income directly allocable to Colorado: (a) Net rents and royalties from real or tangible property (b) Capital gains and losses (c) Interest and Nonbusiness dividends Income Only (d) Patents and copyright royalties (e) Other nonbusiness income (f) Total income directly allocable [add lines (a) through (e)] 16. Total income apportioned to Colorado, line 14 plus line 15. Enter on line 15, page 2, Form 112 17. 15 16 Pursuant to §39-22-303.5(6) C.R.S., taxpayer elects to treat nonbusiness income as business income for: Tax year ending (MM/DD/YY) Instructions For Schedule C Schedule C must be completed if the corporation for which the return is filed owned • a) more than 50% of the stock of another corporation or, • b) more than 50% of the stock of the corporation for which the return is filed was owned by another corporation. Enter information for the common parent on line 1. Lines 2 through 6 are for subsidiary corporations. Photocopy and submit additional sheets if necessary. Sections A through C Enter the corporation’s name, address, Colorado Account Number and Federal Employer Identification Number. Section D Taxpayers who are affiliated corporations, as described above, and who have more than 20% of their property and payroll located within the United States must complete Section D. The blocks in Section D are numbered from 1 to 6 and correspond to the six numbered intercompany business relationships described below. For each affiliate listed on Schedule C, mark yes or no in the blocks of Section D, to indicate whether the below described intercompany business relationships did or did not exist during the tax year and the two preceding tax years. Intercompany Business Relationships 1. Is 50% or more of the corporation’s gross receipts from sales or leases to other affiliates or is 50% or more of the corporation’s cost of goods sold or leased from other affiliates? Page 17 2. Does the corporation receive 50% or more of the total annual value of each of five or more of the following services from other affiliates: advertising and public relations, accounting and bookkeeping, legal, personnel, sales, purchasing, research and development, insurance, employee benefit programs? Do not count services which are provided at an “arm’s length charge.” (See U.S. Treasury Regulation 1.482-2(b)(3).) 3. Is 20% or more of the corporation’s long-term debt owed to or guaranteed by other affiliates or is 20% or more of any other affiliate’s long-term debt owed to or guaranteed by the corporation? 4. Does the corporation use patents, trademarks, service marks, logos, trade secrets, copyrights or other proprietary materials owned by other affiliates? 5. Are 50% or more of the members of the corporation’s board of directors also members of the board of directors or corporate officers of other affiliates? 6. Are 25% or more of the corporation’s 20 highest ranking officers also members of the board of directors or corporate officers of other affiliates? Section E Mark the block in Section E if the corporation is included in a combined report. Corporations included in a combined report must have answered yes to three or more of the intercompany business relationships referred to in Section D. Sections F through I Enter corporation’s owner number, whether or not there was a change in ownership, the ownership%age and principal business activity. Form 112 Schedule C (08/19/16) *160112C=19999* Schedule C — Colorado Affiliations Schedule Do not submit federal return, forms or schedules when filing this return. Parent A. Name of Corporation 1. B. Colorado Account Number Address of Corporation City State C. FEIN ZIP D. Intercompany Business Relationships (See Instructions) 1. Yes No 2. Yes No 5. Yes No 6. Yes No 3. Yes No 4. Yes No F. Owned by corporation number E. Mark if corporation is included in combined return H. % of ownership close of taxable period G. Change in ownership % during taxable period Yes No I. Principal business activity 2. A. Name of Corporation B. Colorado Account Number Address of Corporation City State C. FEIN ZIP D. Intercompany Business Relationships (See Instructions) 1. Yes No 2. Yes No 5. Yes No 6. Yes No 3. Yes No 4. Yes No F. Owned by corporation number E. Mark if corporation is included in combined return H. % of ownership close of taxable period G. Change in ownership % during taxable period Yes No I. Principal business activity 3. A. Name of Corporation Address of Corporation B. Colorado Account Number City State ZIP Photocopy and submit additional pages as needed C. FEIN Form 112 Schedule C (0819/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE *160112C=29999* Name Account Number D. Intercompany Business Relationships (See Instructions) 1. Yes No 2. Yes No 5. Yes No 6. Yes No 3. Yes No 4. Yes No F. Owned by corporation number E. Mark if corporation is included in combined return H. % of ownership close of taxable period G. Change in ownership % during taxable period Yes No I. Principal business activity 4. A. Name of Corporation B. Colorado Account Number Address of Corporation City State C. FEIN ZIP D. Intercompany Business Relationships (See Instructions) 1. Yes No 2. Yes No 5. Yes No 6. Yes No 3. Yes No 4. Yes No F. Owned by corporation number E. Mark if corporation is included in combined return H. % of ownership close of taxable period G. Change in ownership % during taxable period Yes No I. Principal business activity 5. A. Name of Corporation Address of Corporation B. Colorado Account Number City State ZIP Photocopy and submit additional pages as needed C. FEIN Form 112 Schedule C (0819/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE *160112C=39999* Name Account Number D. Intercompany Business Relationships (See Instructions) 1. Yes No 2. Yes No 5. Yes No 6. Yes No 3. Yes No 4. Yes No F. Owned by corporation number E. Mark if corporation is included in combined return H. % of ownership close of taxable period G. Change in ownership % during taxable period Yes No I. Principal business activity 6. A. Name of Corporation B. Colorado Account Number Address of Corporation City State C. FEIN ZIP D. Intercompany Business Relationships (See Instructions) 1. Yes No 2. Yes No 5. Yes No 6. Yes No 3. Yes No 4. Yes No F. Owned by corporation number E. Mark if corporation is included in combined return H. % of ownership close of taxable period G. Change in ownership % during taxable period Yes No I. Principal business activity Photocopy and submit additional pages as needed Page 21 *160112CR19999* Form 112CR (09/21/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Form 112CR 2016 Credit Schedule for Corporations Submit the following information with your tax return • Use this schedule to determine which tax credits you are eligible to claim. • Be sure to submit the required supporting documentation for each credit. • Most e-file software products and tax preparers have the ability to submit this schedule and attachments electronically. Revenue Online can also be used to file your return and attachments electronically. Otherwise, attach all required documents to your paper return. • Dollar amounts shall be rounded to the nearest whole dollar. Calculate percentages to the second decimal place. Name of Corporation Colorado Account Number Pass-through Entity Name Ownership % Entity Account Number Enter in Section (A) the total credit generated in 2016 and any carryforward credit that is available from a prior year. Enter in Section (B) the portion of the credit in Section (A) that is being used to offset tax in 2016. If Section (A) is larger than Section (B) and the credit can be carried forward to future years, enter the carryforward amount on line 27. 1. Tax liability from line 18, Form 112 A. The New Investment Tax Credit 1 Section (A) 2. $1,000 minus amount on line 7 2 3. Current year qualified investment 3 4. 1% of the amount on line 3 4 5. New investment tax credit carried over from prior year 5 6. Enter in Section (A) the total of lines 4 and 5. Enter in Section (B) the lesser of the amount in Section (A) or the amount on line 2 6 B. Other Credits 7. Old investment tax credit 7 8. Crop and livestock contribution credit 8 9. Historic property preservation credit 9 10. Child Care Contribution credit, submit form(s) DR 1317 10 11. Child care center/family care home investment credit 11 12. Employer child care facility investment credit 12 13. School-to-Career investment credit 13 14. Colorado works program credit 14 15. Contaminated land redevelopment credit from line 9 of form DR 0349 15 16. Aircraft manufacturer new employee credit 16 Section (B) *160112CR29999* Form 112CR (09/21/16) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Name Account Number Section (A) 17. Colorado Job growth incentive credit 17 18. Certified auction group license fee credit 18 19. Advanced Industry Investment credit 19 Section (B) 20. Low-income housing credit, submit CHFA certification 20 21. Credit for food contributed to hunger-relief charitable organizations, submit form(s) DR 0346 21 22. Preservation of Historic Structures credit (attach certificate from Office of Economic Development) 22 23. Unused current year Preservation of Historic Structures credit, subtract line 22 Section B from line 22 Section A 23 24. Amount of Preservation of Historic Structures credit transferred (attach written transfer agreement submitted to Office of Economic Development) 24 25. Amount of Preservation of Historic Structures credit carried forward, subtract line 24 Section A from line 23 Section A 25 26. Rural Jump Start Zone credit (attach certificate from Office of Economic Development) 26 27. Total nonrefundable credits, add amounts from lines 6 through 22 and line 26. Enter here and transfer column B to Form 112, line 19 27 Limitation: The total credits entered on line 27 on this Form 112CR may not exceed the tax on line 1. Most unused portion(s) of the credits on this form [the difference between the amounts in Section (A) and Section (B)] for each line may be carried forward to the next income tax year. Please list any credits to be carried forward to tax year 2017 below. 28. Credits to be carried forward to 2017, include the amount on line 25 Section A 28 Page 24 DR 1778 (07/23/15) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE www.TaxColorado.com *161778==19999* e-Filer Attachment Form Instructions for DR 1778 The Department strongly recommends that you submit these documents using the e-Filer Attachment option of www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline, which eliminates the requirement to mail this form. Failure to timely submit required documentation will result in denial of the related credit. Revenue Online e-Filer Attachment provides you with a confirmation number and will be available to the Department immediately. Otherwise, complete this form, package it with your documentation and mail to the address below. Using this form can extend return processing time up to 6 weeks. Colorado Department of Revenue Denver, CO 80261-0006 You must resubmit your supporting documentation if you file an amended return. For Tax Year (MM/DD/YY) or fiscal year beginning (MM/DD/YY) Tax Type Individual Income LP Income C-Corp Income LLP Income Partnership Income LLLP Income Please print or type S-Corp Income Association Income LLC Income Non-Profit Income Taxpayer Last Name First Name Middle Initial Spouse Name (if applicable) First Name Middle Initial Taxpayer SSN Spouse SSN (if applicable) Taxpayer address FEIN City State Zip Mark the box for the documents submitted. For further information visit the Department of Revenue Web site www.TaxColorado.com. Other state(s) income tax return(s) Enterprise Zone Credit: DR 1366 and any applicable certification forms from the Zone Administrator Gross Conservation Easement: DR 1303, DR 1304 and/or DR 1305 and supplemental documentation. Low-Income Housing Credit: CHFA certification letter Aircraft Manufacturer New Employee Credit: DR 0085 and/or DR 0086 Non-resident Partner, Shareholder or Members Agreement: DR 0107 Innovative Motor Vehicle Credit: Vehicle registration and the purchase invoice or bill of sale. Child Care Contribution Credit: DR 1317 Claim for refund on behalf of deceased taxpayer: DR 0102, death certificate Plastic Recycling Credit: Required documentation to substantiate credit (receipts, bills, etc) School-to-Career Investment Credit: Certification letter. Other documentation for credits/subtractions claimed (mark the Other box below and enter details) Other Colorado Source Capital Gain Subtraction: DR 1316 Job Growth Incentive Tax Credit: Certification letter from the Colorado Department Commission. Explain Signature of Taxpayer or Preparer Date (MM/DD/YY) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE www.TaxColorado.com Official State of Colorado Publication The Old Investment Tax Credit The old investment tax credit is the sum of the old investment tax credit carry over, the current year old investment tax credit and the old investment tax credit carry back. The current year credit is 10% of the federal current year rehabilitation, energy and reforestation investment credit on assets located in Colorado. The credit is limited to the first $5,000 of tax liability plus 25% of the tax in excess of $5,000. Excess credit may be carried back three years and forward seven. See publication FYI Income 11 if this applies to you. Crop and Livestock Contribution Credit A 25% credit is available for the donation of crops or livestock to a charitable organization. See publication FYI Income 57 if this applies to you. Historic Property Preservation Credit A credit of 20% of the cost of restoring certified historic property in Colorado is available. See publication FYI Income 1 if this applies to you. Child Care Contribution Credit A 75% credit is available for qualifying contributions made to promote child care in Colorado. See publication FYI Income 35 if this applies to you. Child Care Facility Investment Credit A 20% investment credit is available for certain tangible personal property used in the operation of a child care center, a family child care home, or a foster care home. See publication FYI Income 7 if this applies to you. Employer Child Care Facility Investment Credit A 10% investment credit is available for employer sponsored child care facility investment. See publication FYI Income 7 if this applies to you. School-to-Career Investment Credit A credit of 10% of the current year investment in a qualified school-to-career program is available. See publication FYI Income 32 if this applies to you. Colorado Works Program Credit A credit of 20% of an employer’s expenditures to employ recipients of public assistance is available. See publication FYI Income 34 if this applies to you. Contaminated Land Redevelopment Credit A 20 to 50% credit is available for expenditures made to redevelop contaminated land in Colorado. This credit may only be used as a carry forward from prior years. See publication FYI Income 42 if this applies to you. Aircraft Manufacturer New Employee Credit A credit is available to qualified aircraft manufacturers located in an aviation development zone. See publication FYI Income 62 if this applies to you. Job Growth Incentive Credit Credits are approved and certified by the Colorado Economic Development Commission. A credit certificate issued by the Commission must be submitted with any return claiming this credit. See publication FYI Income 66 if this applies to you. Certain credits require supplemental documentation or they might be denied. We strongly suggest that you submit your documentation using the E-Filer Attachment option through Revenue Online. Otherwise, use Form DR 1778, supported e-file software, or attach to your paper return. FYIs are available in the Education and Legal Research section at www.TaxColorado.com
Extracted from PDF file 2016-colorado-112-booklet.pdf, last modified August 2016

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Form DR 1366 Enterprise Zone Credit and Carryforward Schedule
Form DR 0617 Innovative Motor Vehicle Credit
Form DR 5714 Copy of Form Filed, Request for
Form 106 Partnership/S-Corporation Booklet
Form DR 5785 Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Authorization

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112 Booklet is a Colorado Corporate Income Tax form. Like the Federal Form 1040, states each provide a core tax return form on which most high-level income and tax calculations are performed. While some taxpayers with simple returns can complete their entire tax return on this single form, in most cases various other additional schedules and forms must be completed, depending on the taxpayer's individual situation, to create a complete income tax return package.

About the Corporate Income Tax

The IRS and most states require corporations to file an income tax return, with the exact filing requirements depending on the type of company.

Sole proprietorships or disregarded entities like LLCs are filed on Schedule C (or the state equivalent) of the owner's personal income tax return, flow-through entities like S Corporations or Partnerships are generally required to file an informational return equivilent to the IRS Form 1120S or Form 1065, and full corporations must file the equivalent of federal Form 1120 (and, unlike flow-through corporations, are often subject to a corporate tax liability).

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