Florida Underpayment of Estimated Tax on Florida Corporate Income/Franchise Tax R.01/15
Extracted from PDF file 2016-florida-form-f-2220.pdf, last modified February 2017
Underpayment of Estimated Tax on Florida Corporate Income/Franchise Tax R.01/15F-2220 R. 01/17 TC Underpayment of Estimated Tax on Florida Corporate Income/Franchise Tax For Tax Year: Beginning _________________ Rule 12C-1.051 Florida Administrative Code Effective 01/17 Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN):________________________________________________ Name:____________________________________________________________________________________ Address:__________________________________________________________________________________ Ending ____________________ City/State/ZIP:_____________________________________________________________________________ 1. Total income/franchise tax due for the year (enter from Florida Form F-1120, Line 13) 2. 90% of Line 1 Computation of Underpayments Due Dates of Installments Enter in Columns 1 through 4 the installment dates. (See Installment Dates in the instructions) (1st) (2nd) (3rd) (4th) 75% of tax 100% of tax 3. Enter 25% of Line 2 in Columns 1 through 4 4. (a) Amount paid for each period (b) Overpayment credit from prior year (c) Overpayment of previous installment 5. Total of Lines 4(a), 4(b), and 4(c) 6. Underpayment (Line 3 less Line 5) or overpayment (Line 5 less Line 3). An overpayment on Line 6 in excess of all prior underpayments is to be applied as a credit against the next installment. (See Line 4c) Exception that avoids penalty and interest 7. Total cumulative amount paid (or credited) from the beginning of the taxable year through the installment date indicated. 8(a). Tax on prior year’s income using current year’s rates: 25% of tax 50% of tax 8(b). Cumulative donations made on or after July 1, 2014, to nonprofit scholarship-funding organizations (SFOs) from the beginning of the taxable year through the installment date indicated. Certificate of contribution must be issued on or before installment due date. 8(c). Line 8(a) less Line 8(b). This is the prior year exception adjusted for the credit for contributions to SFOs per section (s.) 1002.395(5)(f), Florida Statutes (F.S.) Check below if the exception applies for each underpaid installment [Line 7 must equal or exceed Line 8(c)] Attach a schedule showing the computation. If the exception does not apply, complete Lines 9 through 14 to determine the amount of the penalty and interest. Exception: 1st Installment q 2nd Installment q If Line 6 shows an underpayment and the exception does not apply, compute the underpayment penalty and interest by completing the portion(s) of this schedule applicable to the installments. Enter same installment dates used above 3rd Installment q 4th Installment q Computation of Penalty and Interest Due Dates of Installments (1st) (2nd) (3rd) (4th) 9. Amount of underpayment 10. Enter the date of payment or the due date of the corresponding Florida Corporate Income/Franchise Tax return, whichever is earlier. 11. Number of days from due date of installment to the dates shown on Line 10 12. Penalty on underpayment (12% per year on the amount of underpayment on Line 9 for the number of days shown on Line 11) Total Penalty 13. Interest on underpayments. In general, interest will be the appropriate interest rate on the amount of underpayment on Line 9 for the number of days shown on Line 11 Total Interest 14. Total of amounts shown on Lines 12 and 13. If this Florida Form F-2220 is being filed with your return, the amounts shown as penalty and interest should be entered on appropriate line of Florida Form F-1120................................................ F-2220 R. 01/17 Page 2 Instructions for Florida Form F-2220 Installment Dates – Effective for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2017, the first installment due date is changing (See TIP 16C01-03). Generally, for tax years beginning prior to January 1, 2017 and for tax years ending 6/30, the declaration or payment of estimated tax is due on or before the last day of the 4th month, the last day of the 6th month, the last day of the 9th month, and the last day of the tax year. For tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2017 and for tax years ending other than 6/30, the declaration or payment of estimated tax is due on or before the last day of the 5th month, the last day of the 6th month, the last day of the 9th month, and the last day of the tax year. Estimated Tax – Every domestic or foreign corporation or other entity subject to taxation under Chapter 220, F.S., must report estimated tax for the taxable year if the amount of income tax liability for the year is expected to be more than $2,500. Purpose of Form – This form will enable taxpayers to determine if they paid the correct amount of each installment of estimated tax by the proper due date. If the minimum amount was not paid timely, we may impose penalty and interest. Computation of Underpayments – Make entries on Lines 1 through 6 following the instructions for each line item. Enter on Line 4(c) the previous installment’s overpayment (Line 6) but only if the overpayment exceeds all prior underpayments. If Line 6 shows an underpayment of any installment, complete Lines 7 and 8 and Lines 9 through 14, to the extent applicable. If the requirements for filing the declaration of estimated tax were met during the tax year and fewer than four installment payments were required, attach an explanatory statement including computations. Exception to Avoid Penalty and Interest – You will not owe penalty or interest for an underpaid installment on Line 6 if the total amount of all payments made by the installment date equals or exceeds the amount that would have been required to be paid using the preceding year’s tax (see s. 220.34, F.S.). Calculate the exception using Lines 7 and 8. The prior year exception calculation includes donations to nonprofit scholarship-funding organizations made in the current year. The certificate of contribution must be issued on or before the installment due date. A taxpayer may not use the prior year exception if the previous tax year was for a short tax year (not a full 12 months), except where the short period is due to a change in accounting period. You may not use the prior period exception in your first year of operation. Note: The Florida Income Tax Code does not allow annualizing taxable income to determine the requirement for making an individual installment. Computation of Penalty and Interest – Follow the instructions on the form to complete Lines 9 through 14. For purposes of determining the date of payment on Line 10, a payment of estimated tax on any installment date is considered a payment of any previous underpayment only to the extent the payment exceeds that amount of the installment as computed on Line 3. If you made more than one payment for a given installment, attach a separate computation for each payment. Line 13 — Interest on underpayments – The interest rate on each underpayment will vary depending on the date of the payment and the interest rate or rates in effect for the period. It may be necessary to attach a separate schedule showing the computation of interest on each underpayment. A floating rate of interest applies to underpayments and late payments of estimated tax. The rate is updated January 1 and July 1 of each year by using the formula established in s. 220.807, F.S. To obtain interest rates: • Visit the Department’s website at: www.floridarevenue.com • or Call Taxpayer Services at 800-352-3671, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).
More about the Florida Form F-2220 Corporate Income Tax Estimated TY 2016
We last updated the Underpayment of Estimated Tax on Florida Corporate Income/Franchise Tax R.01/15 in May 2017, so this is the latest version of Form F-2220, fully updated for tax year 2016. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form F-2220 directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Florida tax forms here.
Other Florida Corporate Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form RT-6||Employer's Quarterly Report with Payment Coupon|
|Form F-1120N||Instructions for Preparing Form F-1120|
|Form F-1120||Florida Corporate Income/Franchise Tax Return|
|Form RT-6N||Employer's Quarterly Report Instructions for the RT-6 and RT-6A R.12/15|
|Form DR-1||Florida Business Tax Application R.01/15|
Florida usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Florida Form F-2220 from the Department of Revenue in May 2017.
Form F-2220 is a Florida Corporate Income Tax form. While most taxpayers have income taxes automatically withheld every pay period by their employer, taxpayers who earn money that is not subject to withholding (such as self employed income, investment returns, etc) are often required to make estimated tax payments on a quarterly basis. Failure to make correct estimated payments can result in interest or penalties.
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 Florida Form F-2220
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