Connecticut Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation
Extracted from PDF file 2022-connecticut-form-ct-1120a.pdf, last modified November 2022
Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment ComputationCorporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation Enter Income Year Beginning M Corporation name 2022 Form CT-1120A Department of Revenue Services State of Connecticut (Rev. 12/22) 1120A 1222W 01 9999 M - D D - 2022 Y Y Y and Ending Y M M - D D - Y Y Y Y Connecticut Tax Registration Number Schedule Q - Net Income Apportionment Column A Connecticut Do not include receipts from the sale of property if the property is not held for sale in the ordinary course of business. 1. Gross receipts from sales of tangible personal property held for sale in the ordinary course of trade or business Column B Everywhere 2. Gross receipts from services 3. Gross receipts from the rental, lease or license of real or tangible personal property 4. Gross receipts from the rental, lease or license of intangible property 5. Interest 6. Gross receipts from the sale or disposition of real or intangible property held for sale in the ordinary course of trade or business 7. Other 8. Total: Add Lines 1 through 7 in Column A and Column B. Computation of Connecticut Net Income Apportionment Fraction 9. Apportionment fraction: Divide Line 8, Column A, by Line 8, Column B, and carry to six places. Enter here and on Form CT‑1120, Schedule A, Line 2. Schedule S - Minimum Tax Base Apportionment Column A Connecticut 0. Column B Everywhere Column C .00 .00 (b) Notes and accounts receivable Average Monthly Net Book Value (c) Investments (other than stock) .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Intangible Assets 1. (a) Cash (d) Other 1. Total Tangible Property 2. (a) Inventories (b) Depreciable assets Average Monthly Net Book Value (c) Land (d) Other 2. Total Apportionment 3. Total: Add Line 1 and Line 2. Fraction Visit us at portal.ct.gov/DRS for more information. Divide Line 3, Column A by Line 3, Column B. Enter below and on Form CT‑1120, Schedule B, Line 2. Carry to six places. 0. Department of Revenue Services State of Connecticut Form CT-1120A Instructions Filing Electronically File Form CT-1120A electronically when filing Form CT‑1120, Corporation Business Tax Return, using myconneCT. DRS myconneCT allows taxpayers to electronically file, pay and manage state tax responsibilities. Filing by Mail If you file by mail, complete this form in blue or black ink only. Do not use staples. Please note that each form is year specific. To prevent any delay in processing, the correct year’s form must be submitted to the Department of Revenue Services (DRS). Complete and file it as part of Form CT‑1120, Corporation Business Tax Return, only if the company carried on business within and outside Connecticut and was taxable in another state during the income year for which the return is filed. A corporation entitled to apportion its income must complete Schedule Q or one of the special apportionment forms listed below. Special apportionment forms are applicable for the following business types: • Air Carriers calculate their apportionment fraction on Form CT‑1120A‑A, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation - Air Carriers. • Companies whose income is derived from credit card activities calculate their apportionment fraction on Form CT‑1120A‑CCA, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation of Income From Credit Card Activities. • Manufacturers that report in NAICS Sectors 31, 32, or 33 that have 75% or more of its total gross receipts from the sale of tangible personal property directly, or in the case of a subcontractor, indirectly to the U.S. government may elect to calculate their apportionment fraction using a three factor formula consisting of tangible property, wages, salaries and other compensation, and double weighted receipts. The election is irrevocable for, and applicable for, five successive income years, and must be made on or before the due date or extended due date of the Corporation Business Tax Return for the income year. To make this election, attach a statement with the apportionment factor calculation to this return. • Broadcasters and Production Entities calculate their apportionment fraction on Form CT‑1120A‑BPE, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation - Broadcasters and Production Entities. • Securities Brokerage Services Companies calculate their apportionment fraction on Form CT‑1120A‑SBC, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation - Securities Brokerage Services. • Companies not otherwise conducting business in Connecticut, that are limited partners in a limited partnership doing business in Connecticut may elect to apportion their net income inside and outside Connecticut on Form CT‑1120A‑LP, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment of Limited Partnership Interests. • Motor Bus Companies and Motor Carriers calculate their apportionment fraction on Form CT‑1120A‑BMC, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment - Motor Bus and Motor Carrier Companies. Income derived from sources other than carrying passengers or tangible property for hire must be apportioned by an apportionment fraction calculated on Form CT-1120A, Schedule Q. • Financial Service Companies calculate their apportionment fraction on Form CT‑1120A‑FS, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation of Income From Financial Service Companies Activities. • Corporations that receive income from rendering services to or on behalf of regulated investment companies use Form CT‑1120A‑IRIC, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation of Income From Services to Regulated Investment Companies. Corporate Partner A corporation that owns an interest in a partnership or joint venture should include its pro rata share of the partnership’s or joint venture’s receipts in the numerator and denominator of the Connecticut statutory Form CT-1120A Back (Rev. 12/22) apportionment formula, which is used to determine the corporation’s portion of its total net income subject to the Connecticut Corporation Business Tax. Schedule Q - Net Income Apportionment Corporations not subject to industry‑specific apportionment methods must use a single receipts factor to apportion income using market‑based sourcing rules for sales of services and intangible property. Do not include receipts from the sale of property if the property is not held for sale in the ordinary course of business. See Special Notice 2017(1), Legislative Changes Regarding Single‑Sales Factor Apportionment and Market‑Based Sourcing, for additional information. Column A – Connecticut Line 1 – Enter gross receipts from sales of tangible personal property delivered or shipped to a purchaser (other than a company which qualifies as a Domestic International Sales Corporation (DISC)) within Connecticut regardless of F.O.B. point or other conditions of sale. Line 2 – Enter gross receipts from services, where the market for the services is within Connecticut. The market for the services is within Connecticut if and to the extent the service is used within Connecticut. Line 3 – Enter gross receipts from the rental, lease or license of real or tangible personal property located within Connecticut. Line 4 – Enter gross receipts from the rental, lease or license of intangible property if and to the extent the property is used within Connecticut. Intangible property utilized in marketing a good or service is used in Connecticut if that good or service is purchased by a consumer within Connecticut. Line 5 – Enter gross receipts from interest managed or controlled within Connecticut. Line 6 – Enter gross receipts from the sale or other disposition of real property or intangible property located, managed or controlled within Connecticut held for sale to customers in the ordinary course of business. Do not include receipts from property not held for sale in the ordinary course of business. Schedule S - Minimum Tax Base Apportionment This apportionment factor must include the average monthly net book value of all assets exclusive of holdings of stock of private (nongovernmental) corporations. The intangible assets of a company that has its principal place of business within Connecticut are deemed to have a tax situs within Connecticut unless it can be clearly established that some or all of the assets are held in connection with business conducted during the income year outside Connecticut. Apportionment in Special Cases The statutory method is designed to produce a reasonable apportionment within and outside Connecticut, therefore, it must be used in all cases except those in which it has been determined by the Commissioner of Revenue Services that an exception should be made. While the statutory method may produce a result substantially different from that produced by some other method, that fact alone does not justify an exception. It is the responsibility of the taxpayer to show that the statutory apportionment fraction, when applied to its business, provides grossly inequitable results and that the income attributed to Connecticut is out of proportion to the business transacted in Connecticut. The variance must be significant enough to invalidate the assumption that the statutory method is reasonable. The return of a taxpayer requesting relief from the statutory method of apportionment must be filed initially on the statutory basis using the formula methods prescribed in Conn. Gen. Stat. §§ 12‑218, 12‑218b, 12‑219a, or 12‑244 for computing the net income and the minimum tax base, together with: (1) payment of the tax due on the applicable base as so computed, and (2) a statement containing a specific alternate method. Data supporting the contention that the operation of the statutory method is grossly inequitable and attributes to Connecticut an undue proportion of the taxpayer’s net income or minimum tax base must be provided. Permission to determine the tax on an alternate basis will not be considered in any case in which this procedure has not been strictly followed. The Commissioner will notify the company as to whether the proposed alternate method of apportionment is accepted or rejected. If the proposed method is accepted, the tax will be adjusted.
More about the Connecticut Form CT-1120A Corporate Income Tax TY 2022
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|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form CT-1120A-A||Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation - Air Carriers|
|Form CT-1120A-CU||Apportionment Computation for Combined Unitary Filers|
|Form CT-1120AB||Summary of Add Back and Exceptions to Add Back of Interest and Intangible Expenses|
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Connecticut usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Connecticut Form CT-1120A from the Department of Revenue Services in January 2023.
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-1120A
We have a total of eleven past-year versions of Form CT-1120A in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:
CT-1120A, 2016 Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation
CT-1120A , 2015 Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation
CT-1120A, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation
CT-1120A, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation
CT-1120A, Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation
CT-1120A, 2011 Corporation Business Tax Return Apportionment Computation
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