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Kentucky Free Printable 741(K-1) for 2021 Kentucky Kentucky Beneficiary's Share of Income, Deductions, Credits, Etc.

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Kentucky Beneficiary's Share of Income, Deductions, Credits, Etc.
741(K-1)

Kentucky Beneficiary’s Share of Income, Deductions, Credits, etc. SCHEDULE K-1 FORM 741 2000 (Complete a separate Schedule K-1 for each beneficiary.) Commonwealth of Kentucky For calendar year or fiscal year REVENUE CABINET beginning _____________________ , 2000, and ending _____________________ , _______ . Name of estate or trust o Amended K-1 o Final K-1 ä Beneficiary's identifying number ä Beneficiary's name, address and ZIP code (a) Allocable Share Item Estate or trust's federal employer identification number ä Fiduciary's name, address and ZIP code (b) Federal Amount 1. Interest ................................................................................... 2. Dividends .............................................................................. 3. a Net short-term capital gain ............................................ b Net long-term capital gain .............................................. 4. a Annuities, royalties and other nonpassive income before directly apportioned deductions (see federal instructions) ................................................ b Depreciation ..................................................................... c Depletion .......................................................................... d Amortization .................................................................... 5. a Trade or business, rental real estate and other rental income before directly apportioned deductions (see federal instructions) ............................ b Depreciation ..................................................................... c Depletion .......................................................................... d Amortization .................................................................... 6. Federal estate tax deduction (attach computation) ........... 7. Foreign taxes (attach schedule) .......................................... 8. Deductions in the final year of estate or trust: a Excess deductions on termination (attach computation) b Short-term capital loss carryover .................................. c Long-term capital loss carryover ................................... d Net operating loss (NOL) carryover ............................... e f 9. Other: (itemize) a b c Resident Beneficiary Adjustment 10. Add lines 1 through 5, 9 and portions of line 8 in column (c). Add income amounts and subtract (loss) and deduction amounts (see instructions). Enter here and on Form 740, Schedule M, line 3 or line 12 (see instructions) ........ (c) Difference (d) Kentucky Amount INSTRUCTIONS TO BENEFICIARY SCHEDULE K-1 (FORM 741) Who Must File—If you were a Kentucky resident for the entire year, your filing requirement depends upon the amount of adjusted gross income, age and whether you or your spouse are considered to be blind. You must file a return if: YOUR FILING STATUS IS AND ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME EXCEEDS Single Person—Under age 65 $5,000 Single Person—Age 65 or over or blind $5,000 Single Person—Age 65 or over and blind $5,000 Husband and Wife—Both under age 65 $5,000 Husband and Wife—One 65 or over $5,000 Husband and Wife—Both age 65 or over $5,400 Any person with gross receipts of $5,000 or more from self-employment must file a Form 740 regardless of the amount of adjusted gross income or the number of tax credits claimed. Generally, all income of Kentucky residents, regardless of where it was earned, is subject to Kentucky income tax. Nonresidents with income from Kentucky sources and part-year residents receiving income while a Kentucky resident or from Kentucky sources while a nonresident must file a Kentucky return. A Form 740-NP must be filed by an individual with income from Kentucky sources and a combined gross income from all sources of $5,000 or more. Full-year nonresidents must report all income from Kentucky sources and from property located in Kentucky. Persons moving into Kentucky must report income received from Kentucky sources prior to becoming residents and income received from all sources after becoming Kentucky residents. Residents moving out of Kentucky during the year must report income from all sources while a resident and from Kentucky sources while a nonresident. When to Report—Include your share of the estate or trust’s income, deductions, credit, etc., as shown by your Schedule K-1 (Form 741) on your Kentucky income tax return for the year in which the tax year of the estate or trust ends. For example, if you, the beneficiary, are on a calendar year, and the estate or trust’s tax year ends January 31, 2000, you must take the items listed on Schedule K-1 (Form 741) into account on your tax return for calendar year 2000. Passive Activity Limitations—Form 740 filers see Form 8582-K and instructions for passive activity loss adjustments. Nonresident beneficiaries (740-NP filers) must complete Form 8582-K and federal Schedule E with Kentucky amounts. Kentucky Resident Beneficiaries (Form 740 Filers)—If Line 10, column (c) is a positive amount, enter the difference as an addition to federal adjusted gross income on Form 740, Schedule M, Line 3. If Line 10, column (c) is a negative amount, enter the difference as a subtraction on Form 740, Schedule M, Line 12. Nonresident Beneficiaries (Form 740-NP Filers)—This Schedule K-1 should reflect all income that has been claimed as part of the income distribution deduction. However, nonresident beneficiaries are only subject to tax on the following types of income: • from Kentucky sources; • from activities carried on in Kentucky; • from the performance of services in Kentucky; • from real or tangible property located in Kentucky; and • from a partnership or S corporation doing business in Kentucky.
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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 Kentucky Form 741(K-1)

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