Connecticut Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit
Extracted from PDF file 2017-connecticut-form-ct-1120-hr.pdf, last modified August 2017
Historic Rehabilitation Tax CreditDepartment of Revenue Services State of Connecticut 2017 Form CT-1120HR Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit (Rev. 12/17) For Income Year Beginning: ___________________________ , 2017 and Ending: ___________________________ , __________ . Connecticut Tax Registration Number Name of eligible taxpayer General Information Credit Computation Complete this form in blue or black ink only. Prior to any rehabilitation work taking place, the owner must submit a rehabilitation plan to DECD along with an estimate of the qualified expenditures. The tax credit is equal to the lesser of 25% of the projected rehabilitation expenditures or 25% of the actual rehabilitation expenditures. If DECD certifies that the project creates qualified affordable housing units, then the tax credit is equal to the lesser of 30% of the projected rehabilitation expenditures or 30% of the actual rehabilitation expenditures. Use Form CT-1120HR to claim the Historic Rehabilitation tax credit available under Conn. Gen. Stat. §10-416c for owners rehabilitating certified historic structures. The Historic Rehabilitation tax credit is administered by the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD). The credit may only be claimed if a tax credit voucher has been issued by DECD. This credit may be applied against the taxes administered under Chapters 207 (Insurance Companies and Health Care Centers Taxes), 208 (Corporation Business Tax), 209 (Air Carriers Tax), 210 (Railroad Companies Tax), 211 (Community Antenna Television Systems Tax), or 212 (Utility Companies Tax) of the Connecticut General Statutes. The tax credit may be claimed in the year in which the substantially rehabilitated certified historic structure is placed in service. In the case of projects completed in phases, the tax credit may be prorated to the substantially rehabilitated identifiable portion of the building placed in service. Any owner allowed this tax credit may assign the credit to any individual or entity. An assignee must claim the credit in the same year that the assignor would have been eligible to claim the credit. This tax credit may be sold or assigned in whole or in part not more than three times. Carryforward/Carryback Any remaining credit balance that exceeds the credit applied may be carried forward for five income years. No carryback is allowed. Additional Information See the Guide to Connecticut Business Tax Credits available on the Department of Revenue Services (DRS) website at www.ct.gov/drs, or contact DRS at 1-800-382-9463 (Connecticut calls outside the Greater Hartford calling area only) or 860-297-5962 (from anywhere). Part I - Credit Computation The Historic Rehabilitation tax credit is being claimed by: An owner An assignee A taxpayer designated as a partner or member of an owner If credit is being claimed by an assignee, enter the name and Connecticut Tax Registration Number (if available) of the assignor below. Attach a copy of the written notice provided to DECD of the transfer. Investor/Assignor’s Name Investor/Assignor’s Connecticut Tax Registration Number Initial investor Second assignor Third assignor Tax credit: Enter the amount of Historic Rehabilitation tax credit as listed on the voucher granted by 1. DECD for the 2017 income year. Enter here and on Form CT-1120K, Part I-C, Column B or Form CT-207K, Part 1C, Column B. 1. Part II - Computation of Carryforward A Total Credit Earned B Credit Applied 2014 Through 2016 2014 Historic Rehabilitation tax 1. credit from 2014 Form CT-1120HR, Part I, Line 1 2015 Historic Rehabilitation tax 2. credit from 2015 Form CT-1120HR, Part I, Line 1 2016 Historic Rehabilitation tax 3. credit from 2016 Form CT-1120HR, Part I, Line 1 2017 Historic Rehabilitation tax 4. credit from 2017 Form CT-1120HR, Part I, Line 1 Total Historic Rehabilitation tax credit applied to 2017: 5. Add Lines 1 through 3, Column D. C Carryforward to 2017 6. Total Historic Rehabilitation tax credit carryforward to 2018: Add Lines 1 through 3, Column E. Computation of Carryforward Instructions Lines 1 through 4, Columns A through D – Enter the amount for each corresponding year. Lines 1 through 3, Column E – Subtract Column D from Column C. Line 4, Column E – Subtract Column D from Column A. Members included in 2017 Form CT-1120CU, Combined Unitary Corporation Business Tax Return: Include in Column D credits shared to and used by another member of the combined group. Form CT-1120HR Back (Rev. 12/17) D Credit Applied to 2017 E Carryforward to 2018
Form CT-1120 HR
More about the Connecticut Form CT-1120 HR Corporate Income Tax Tax Credit
We last updated the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit in January 2018, and the latest form we have available is for tax year 2017. This means that we don't yet have the updated form for the current tax year. Please check this page regularly, as we will post the updated form as soon as it is released by the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services. You can print other Connecticut tax forms here.
Related Connecticut Corporate Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form CT-1120 EXT||Application for Extension of Time to File Connecticut Corporation Tax Return|
|Form CT-1120 Instructions||Connecticut Corporation Business Tax Instructions|
|Form CT-1120||Corporation Business Tax Return|
|Form CT-1120 U||Unitary Corporation Business Tax Return|
|Form CT-1120I||Computation of Interest Due on Underpayment of Estimated Tax|
|Form CT-1120X||Amended Corporation Business Tax Return|
|Form CT-1120 CU||Combined Unitary Corporation Business Tax Return|
|Form CT-1120 EDPC||Electronic Data Processing Equipment Property Tax Credit|
|Form CT-1120 MEC||Machinery and Equipment Expenditure Credit|
|Form CT-1120K||Business Tax Credit Summary|
Connecticut usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Connecticut Form CT-1120 HR from the Department of Revenue Services in January 2018.
Form CT-1120 HR is a Connecticut Corporate Income Tax form. States often have dozens of even hundreds of various tax credits, which, unlike deductions, provide a dollar-for-dollar reduction of tax liability. Some common tax credits apply to many taxpayers, while others only apply to extremely specific situations. In most cases, you will have to provide evidence to show that you are eligible for the tax credit, and calculate the amount of the credit to which you are entitled.
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).
Additional forms are available for a wide variety of specific entities and transactions including fiduciaries, nonprofits, and companies involved in other specific types of business.
Historical Past-Year Versions of Connecticut Form CT-1120 HR
We have a total of four past-year versions of Form CT-1120 HR in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:
CT-1120HR, 2016 Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit
CT-1120HR, 2015 Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit
CT-1120HR, 2014 Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit
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