Colorado Part-Year/Nonresident Computation Form
Extracted from PDF file 2020-colorado-form-104pn.pdf, last modified January 2021
Part-Year/Nonresident Computation Form*200104PN19999* DR 0104PN (01/11/21) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Tax.Colorado.gov Page 1 of 3 Form 104PN Part-Year Resident/Nonresident Tax Calculation Schedule 2020 Taxpayer’s Name SSN or ITIN Use this form if you and/or your spouse were a resident of another state for all or part of 2020. This form apportions your gross income so that Colorado tax is calculated for only your Colorado income. Complete this form after you have filled out lines 1 through 9 of the DR 0104. If you filed federal form 1040NR, see the instructions. Beginning (MM/YY) 1. Taxpayer is (mark one): Full-Year Nonresident Part-Year Resident from Full-Year Resident Nonresident 305-day rule Military Full-Year Nonresident Part-Year Resident from Full-Year Resident Nonresident 305-day rule Military Beginning (MM/YY) 2. Spouse is (mark one): 3. Mark the federal form you filed: 1040 1040 NR 1040 SR Federal Information 4. Enter all income from form 1040 line 1 or 1040 SR 00 line 1. 4 5. Enter income from line 4 that was earned while working in Colorado and/or earned while you were a Colorado resident. Part-year residents should include moving expense reimbursements only if paid for moving into Colorado. 5 6. Enter the sum of all interest/dividend income from form 1040 lines 2b and 3b or form 1040 SR lines 2b 00 and 3b. 6 7. Enter income from line 6 that was earned while you were a resident of Colorado or derived from the ownership of real or tangible personal property located in Colorado. 7 8. Enter all income from form 1040, Schedule 1, line 7 or 00 1040 SR, Schedule 1, line 7. 8 9. Enter income from line 8 that is from State of Colorado unemployment benefits; and/or is from another state’s benefits that were received while you were a Colorado resident. 9 10. Enter all income from line 7 of form 1040 or 1040 SR 00 and line 4 of Schedule 1 of form 1040 or 1040 SR. 10 11. Enter income from line 10 that was earned during that part of the year you were a 11 Colorado resident and/or was earned on property located in Colorado. Ending (MM/YY) Ending (MM/YY) Other Colorado Information 00 00 00 00 *200104PN29999* DR 0104PN (01/11/21) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Tax.Colorado.gov Page 2 of 3 Name SSN or ITIN Federal Information 12. Enter the sum of all income from form 1040 lines 4b, 00 5b and 6b or 1040 SR lines 4b, 5b and 6b. 12 13. Enter income from line 12 that was received during that part of the year you were a Colorado resident. 13 14. Enter the sum of all business and farm income from form 1040, Schedule 1, lines 3 and 6 or 1040 SR, 00 14 Schedule 1, lines 3 and 6. 15. Enter income from line 14 that was earned during that part of the year you were a 15 Colorado resident and/or was earned from Colorado sources. 16. Enter all Schedule E income from form 1040, 00 Schedule 1, line 5 or 1040 SR, Schedule 1, line 5. 16 17. Enter income from line 16 that was earned from Colorado sources; and/or rent and royalty income received or credited to your account during the part of the year you were a Colorado resident; and/or partnership/S corporation/fiduciary income that is 17 taxable to Colorado during the tax year. 18. Enter the sum of all other income from form 1040, Schedule 1, lines 1, 2a and 8 or 1040 SR, Schedule 1, 00 18 lines 1, 2a and 8. Colorado Information 00 00 00 List Type 19. Enter income from line 18 that was earned during that part of the year you were a Colorado resident and/or was derived from Colorado sources. 19 00 List Type 20. Total Income. Enter amount from form 1040, line 9 or 00 1040 SR, line 9. 20 21. Total Colorado Income. Enter the total from the Colorado column, lines 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19. 21 22. Enter all federal adjustments from form 1040, line 10c or 00 22 1040 SR, line 10c. 00 List Type 23. Enter adjustments from line 22 as follows List Type 23 • Educator expenses, IRA deduction, business expenses of reservists, performing artists and fee-basis government officials, health savings account deduction, self-employment tax, self-employed health insurance deduction, SEP and SIMPLE deductions are allowed in the ratio of Colorado wages and/or self-employment income to total wages and/or self-employment income. • Student loan interest deduction, alimony, and tuition and fees deduction are allowed in the Colorado to federal total income ratio (line 21 / line 20). • Penalty paid on early withdrawals made while a Colorado resident. • Moving expenses for members of the Armed Forces. For treatment of other adjustments reported on federal form 1040, line 10c or 1040 SR, line 10c, see the Colorado Individual Income Tax Guide and/or the Income Tax Topics: Part-Year Residents & Nonresidents. 00 *200104PN39999* DR 0104PN (01/11/21) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Tax.Colorado.gov Page 3 of 3 Name SSN or ITIN Federal Information 24. Adjusted Gross Income. Enter amount from form 1040 00 line 11 or 1040 SR line 11. 24 25. Colorado Adjusted Gross Income. Subtract the amount on line 23 of Form 104PN from the amount on line 21 of Form 104PN. 25 26. Additions to Adjusted Gross Income. Enter the sum of lines 3, 4, 5, and 6 of Colorado Form 104 excluding 26 any charitable contribution adjustments. 00 27. Additions to Colorado Adjusted Gross Income. Enter any amount from line 26 that is from non-Colorado state or local bond interest earned while a Colorado resident.* 27 28. Total of lines 24 and 26 28 Colorado Information 00 00 00 29. Total of lines 25 and 27 29 30. Subtractions from Adjusted Gross Income. Enter the amount from line 8 of Colorado Form 104 excluding any qualifying charitable contributions. 30 00 31. Subtractions from Colorado Adjusted Gross Income. Enter any amount from line 30 as follows: 31 • The state income tax refund subtraction to the extent included on line 19 above • The federal interest subtraction to the extent included on line 7 above • The pension/annuity subtraction and the PERA or DPS retirement subtraction to the extent included on line 13 above • The Colorado capital gain subtraction to the extent included on line 20 above For treatment of other subtractions, see the Individual Income Tax Guide and/or the Income Tax Topics: Part-Year Residents & Nonresidents. 32. Modified Adjusted Gross Income. Subtract line 30 00 from line 28. 32 00 33. Modified Colorado Adjusted Gross Income. Subtract line 31 from line 29. 33 34. Divide line 33 by line 32. Round to four significant digits, % e.g. xxx.xxxx 34 00 35. Tax from the tax table based on income reported on the DR 0104 line 9 35 36. Apportioned tax. Multiply line 35 by the percentage on 00 line 34. Enter here and on DR 0104 line 10. 36 00 00 * See the Individual Income Tax Guide and/or the Income Tax Topics: Part-Year Residents & Nonresidents for treatment of other additions.
More about the Colorado Form 104PN Individual Income Tax Nonresident TY 2020
Nonresidents of Colorado who need to file income taxes in the state need to file Form 104PN. Form 104PN requires you to list multiple forms of income, such as wages, interest, or alimony .
We last updated the Part-Year/Nonresident Computation Form in February 2021, so this is the latest version of Form 104PN, fully updated for tax year 2020. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form 104PN directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Colorado tax forms here.
Other Colorado Individual Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form DR 1079||Real Property Interest - Payment of Withholding|
|Form 104||Colorado Income Tax Return|
|Form DR 1316||Capital Gain Affidavit|
|Form DR 1778||E-Filer Attachment Form|
|Form DR 0084||W-2 Form Substitute|
Colorado usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Colorado Form 104PN from the Department of Revenue in February 2021.
Form 104PN is a Colorado Individual Income Tax form. Many states have separate versions of their tax returns for nonresidents or part-year residents - that is, people who earn taxable income in that state live in a different state, or who live in the state for only a portion of the year. These nonresident returns allow taxpayers to specify which which income is subject to the state's taxes, and which is not.
About the Individual Income Tax
The IRS and most states collect a personal income tax, which is paid throughout the year via tax withholding or estimated income tax payments.
Most taxpayers are required to file a yearly income tax return in April to both the Internal Revenue Service and their state's revenue department, which will result in either a tax refund of excess withheld income or a tax payment if the withholding does not cover the taxpayer's entire liability. Every taxpayer's situation is different - please consult a CPA or licensed tax preparer to ensure that you are filing the correct tax forms!
Historical Past-Year Versions of Colorado Form 104PN
We have a total of ten past-year versions of Form 104PN in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:
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