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Tax Credit computation Schedule for a KRA Project of a Corporation
Schedule KRA

PACKAGE KRA Kentucky Reinvestment Act (KRA) Tax Credit 2020 KRS 154.34-010 to 120 KRA t Only use this form if you have received approval for the KRA credit per KRS 154.34–010 to 120 by the Cabinet for Economic Development. t See instructions. t Attach to form 720, 720U, PTE, or 725. 41A720-S35 KRA (PKG) (10-20) Page 1 of 8 INSTRUCTIONS—PACKAGE KRA 2020 Purpose of Package – Use this package to report KRA tax incentives for which your business entity has been approved per KRS 154.34–010 to 120. You must have received preliminary or final approval in accordance with KRS 154.34 to determine the credit allowed. Schedule KRA-T is used by the company which has entered into a reinvestment agreement for a Kentucky Reinvestment Act (KRA) project to maintain a record of the balance of approved costs and tax credits. General Instructions – Only include one incentive project per Package KRA. If your business entity files a form 720 or 720U with the state of Kentucky, you must complete Schedule KRA (Page 3) and Schedule KRA-T (Page 7). If your business entity files form PTE or 725, you must complete Schedule KRA-SP (Page 5) and Schedule KRA-T (Page 7). First and Last Year Prorations—Tax incentives are only available to be claimed during the term of the incentive agreement. Tax incentives claimed during the first and last years of an incentive agreement must be prorated accordingly. Separate period accounting is recommended, but a proration factor may be used if separate period accounting is not available. To determine the proration factor in the first year of the incentive agreement, divide the number of days from the activation date until the end of your taxable year by the total number of days in your taxable year. Multiply the total income by the proration factor to determine the project income when separate period accounting is not available. To determine the proration factor in the last year of the incentive agreement, divide the number of days from the first day of your taxable year through the end of the incentive agreement term by the total number of days in your taxable year. Multiply the total income by the proration factor to determine the project income when separate period accounting is not available. 41A720-S35 KRA (PKG) (10-20) Page 2 of 8 SCHEDULE KRA TAX CREDIT COMPUTATION SCHEDULE (FOR A KRA PROJECT OF A CORPORATION) Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Revenue 2020 Taxable Year Ending Name of Corporation Federal Identification Number __ __ — __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Location of Project City Activation Date of KRA Incentive Agreement  /     / Mo. Day County __ __ / __ __ Mo. Yr.   Kentucky Corporation/LLET Account Number __ __ __ __ __ __ Economic Development Project Number Yr. PART I—Computation of LLET Excluding KRA Project   1 LLET from Form 720, Part II, line 1 or Form 720U, Schedule U8, Section E, line 1.......................... 1   2 LLET on KRA project (see instructions)............................................................................................... 2   3 LLET excluding LLET on KRA project (line 1 less line 2).................................................................... 3 PART II—Computation of Taxable Net Income Excluding Net Income from KRA Project and KRA Tax Credit Section A–Computation of Corporation Tax   1 Enter income tax from Form 720, Part III, line 1 or Form 720U, Schedule U5, Section D, line 8..... 1   2 LLET of corporation (Part I, line 1)........................................................................................................ 2   3 LLET credit allowed (line 2 less $175, but not more than line 1)....................................................... 3   4 Total corporation tax (lines 1 and 2 less line 3)................................................................................... 4 Section B–Computation of Tax Excluding KRA Project   1 Enter taxable net income from Form 720, Part I, line 43 or Form 720U, Schedule U5, Section D, line 7..................................................................................................................................... 1   2 Enter net income from KRA project; if loss, enter -0-......................................................................... 2   3 Taxable net income excluding net income from KRA project (line 1 less line 2). If line 2 is greater than line 1, enter -0-............................................................................................................. 3   4 Income tax liability excluding KRA project (line 3 multiplied by the tax rate of 5%)....................... 4   5 LLET excluding LLET on KRA project (Part I, line 3)........................................................................... 5   6 Enter LLET from line 5 less $175, but not more than line 4............................................................... 6   7 Total tax excluding KRA project (lines 4 and 5 less line 6)................................................................. 7   8 Total tax attributable to KRA project (Section A, line 4 less Section B, line 7) Continue to Part III and enter this amount on Part III, line 1.............................................................. 8 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 PART III—Limitation   1 Enter tax liability attributable to KRA project from Part II, Section B, line 8..................................... 1 00   2 Enter balance of approved costs from Schedule KRA-T, Column B.................................................. 2 00   3 Enter the limitation as provided by KRS 154.34-120(5) (see instructions)........................................ 3 00  4 Allowable KRA tax credit (lesser of line 1, 2, or 3).............................................................................. 4 Enter allowable credit on Schedule TCS, Part I, Column E and Column F 00  Economic development project means a project authorized under the Kentucky Rural Economic Development Act (KREDA), Metropolitan College Consortium Tax Credit (MCC), Kentucky Small Business Tax Credit Program (KSBTC), Kentucky Selling FarmerTax Credit (KSFTC), Kentucky Industrial Development Act (KIDA), Kentucky Jobs Retention Agreement (KJRA), Kentucky Industrial Revitalization Act (KIRA), Kentucky Jobs Development Act (KJDA), Kentucky Business Investment Program (KBI), Kentucky Reinvestment Act (KRA), Skills Training Investment Credit Act (STICA), and Incentives for Energy Independence Act (IEIA). 200250 41A720-S35 KRA (10-20) Page 3 of 8 INSTRUCTIONS—SCHEDULE KRA 2020 The KRA tax credit is applied against the corporation income tax imposed by KRS 141.040 and/or the limited liability entity tax (LLET) imposed by KRS 141.0401. The amount of tax credit against each tax can be different; however, for tracking purposes, the maximum amount of credit used against either tax is the amount that is used for the tax year. PURPOSE OF SCHEDULE—This schedule is used to determine the credit allowed against the Kentucky corporation income tax liability and/or LLET attributable to the project per KRS 141.415. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS Part I—Computation of LLET Excluding KRA Project Line 2—Use Form 720, Schedule L on page 8 or Form 720U, Schedule U8 to compute a separate LLET of the KRA project using only the Kentucky gross receipts and Kentucky gross profits of the project. Enter “KRA” at the top center of the separate Schedule L or Schedule U8 and attach it to the tax return when filed. If approved for multiple projects, attach a separate Schedule L or Schedule U8 of each project’s LLET computation. In the first and last years of each project, only calculate Kentucky gross receipts and gross profits received during the term of the incentive agreement. If the corporation has operations other than the KRA project, it must attach schedules reflecting the computation of Kentucky gross profits and Kentucky gross receipts from the KRA project per KRS 141.415(6)(b)** or KRS 141.415(7)(b).**** Part II—Computation of Taxable Net Income Excluding Net Income from KRA Project and KRA Tax Credit Section B Line 2—Enter net income from KRA project. If the corporation’s only operation in Kentucky is the KRA project, the amount entered on Line 1 must also be entered on Line 2. If the corporation has operations other than the KRA project, it must attach schedules reflecting the computation of the net income from the KRA project per KRS 141.415(6)(a)* or KRS 141.415(7)(a).*** In the first and last years of each project, only calculate Kentucky net income received during the term of the incentive agreement. See form for computation. Part III—Limitation For an approved company which received preliminary approval for a reinvestment project prior to February 1, 2010, the amount of incentives allowed in any tax year must not exceed the lesser of: (i) the tax liability of the approved company related to the reinvestment project for that taxable year or (ii) the approved costs that have not yet been recovered. For an approved company which received preliminary approval for a reinvestment project on or after February 1, 2010, the amount of incentives allowed in any tax year must not exceed the lesser of: (i) the tax liability of the approved company related to the reinvestment project for that taxable year, (ii) twenty percent (20%) of the total amount of the approved costs, or (iii) the approved costs that have not yet been recovered. Line 3—Enter: (i) the total amount of the approved costs if the company received preliminary approval for the project prior to February 1, 2010; or (ii) twenty percent (20%) of the total amount of the approved costs if the company received preliminary approval for the project on or after February 1, 2010. 41A720-S35 KRA (10-20) A corporation with more than one economic development project must separately compute the tax credit derived from each project. Complete the applicable tax computation schedules (KREDA, KIDA, KJRA, KIRA, KJDA, KBI, KRA, or IEIA) for each project. A corporation approved for the Skills Training Investment Credit Act (STICA) or Metropolitan College Consortium Tax Credit (MCC) must attach a copy of the certification(s) from the Bluegrass State Skills Corporation. A corporation approved for the Kentucky Small Business Tax Credit Program (KSBTC) or the Kentucky Selling Farmer Tax Credit (KSFTC) must attach a copy of the certification from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority. Alternative Methods—Per KRS 141.415(8), if the approved company can show that the nature of the operations and activities of the approved company are such that it is not practical to use separate accounting to determine net income, Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits from the facility where the project is located, the approved company must determine net income, Kentucky gross receipts, or Kentucky gross profits attributable to the project using an alternative method approved by the Department of Revenue. Thus, if any method other than separate accounting is used, a copy of the letter from the Department of Revenue approving the alternative method must be attached to this schedule. Separate Facility * Per KRS 141.415(6)(a), if the project is a totally separate facility, net income attributable to the project shall be determined by the separate accounting method. ** Per KRS 141.415(6)(b), if the project is a totally separate facility, Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits attributable to the project shall be determined under the separate accounting method reflecting only the Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits directly attributable to the facility. Expansion of Existing Facility *** Per KRS 141.415(7)(a), if the KRA project is an expansion to a previously existing facility, net income attributable to the entire facility shall be determined under the separate accounting method and the net income attributable to the KRA project shall be determined by apportioning the separate accounting net income of the entire facility to the KRA project income using a formula approved by the Department of Revenue. A copy of the letter from the Department of Revenue approving the formula must be attached to this schedule. **** Per KRS 141.415(7)(b), if the KRA project is an expansion to a previously existing facility, Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits attributable to the entire facility shall be determined under the separate accounting method and the Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits attributable to the KRA project shall be determined by apportioning the separate accounting Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits of the entire facility to the KRA project Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits using a formula approved by the Department of Revenue. A copy of the letter from the Department of Revenue approving the formula must be attached to this schedule. Page 4 of 8 SCHEDULE KRA-SP TAX COMPUTATION SCHEDULE 2020 (FOR A KRA PROJECT OF A PASS–THROUGH ENTITY) Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Revenue Taxable Year Ending __ __ / __ __ Mo. Yr.   Name of Pass-through Entity Federal Identification Number Kentucky Corporation/LLET Account Number __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Location of Project Activation Date of KRA Incentive Agreement Economic Development Project Number  /     / City __ __ __ __ __ __ Mo. Day Yr. County PART I—Computation of KRA Tax Credit and Tax Due   1 Kentucky taxable income on KRA project (see instructions)............................................................ 1 00   2 Net operating loss deduction on KRA project.................................................................................... 2 ( ) 00   3 Kentucky taxable income on KRA project after net operating loss deduction (line 1 less line 2).................................................................................................................................. 3 00   4 Income tax liability of KRA project (line 3 multiplied by the tax rate of 5%)................................... 4 00   5 LLET on KRA project (see instructions). Not applicable for general partnerships......................... 5 00   6 LLET credit allowed (line 5 less $175, but not more than line 4). Not applicable for general partnerships............................................................................................................................ 6 00   7 Total tax on KRA project (lines 4 and 5 less line 6)............................................................................ 7 00   8 Limitation (Column D from Schedule KRA–T).................................................................................... 8 00   9 Enter the limitation per KRS 154.34–120(5) (see instructions).......................................................... 9 00 10 Enter the lesser of line 7, 8, or 9 as either: (a) KRA tax credit................................................................................................................................ 10(a) 00 or (b) Estimated tax payment and complete election in Part II............................................................ 10(b) 00 11 Tax Due on the Project—If line 7 is larger than line 10(a) or 10(b), enter the difference here as a liability of the pass–through entity and add to the tax due on Form PTE, Part II, line 16 or Form 725, Part II, line 15.......................................................................................... 11 00 PART II—Estimated Tax Election In accordance with KRS 141.415(4)(b), Name of Pass–through Entity elects for the taxable year ended , in lieu of the KRA tax credit, to have an amount equal to the lesser of line 7, 8, or 9, above applied as an estimated tax payment.  Signature of Shareholder, Partner, or Member 200319 41A720-S36 KRA-SP (10-20) Date Page 5 of 8 INSTRUCTIONS–SCHEDULE KRA–SP PURPOSE OF SCHEDULE—This schedule is used by a pass–through entity to determine the credit allowed against the Kentucky income tax and/or LLET attributable to the project per KRS 141.415. Pass–through entities should first complete Form PTE to determine net income (loss), deductions, etc., from the entire operations of the pass–through entity. The pass–through entity should then complete Schedule KRA–SP to determine the KRA tax credit and the tax due, if any, from the KRA project. A pass–through entity is subject to tax per KRS 141.020 and KRS 141.0401 on the net income and the Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits from the KRA project and the KRA credit is applied against the tax of the KRA project. Consequently, the pass–through entity must use Form PTE(K) to exclude the net income from the KRA project from the partners’, members’, or shareholders’ distributive share income. 2020 expenses apportioned to the facility; and Kentucky gross receipts and Kentucky gross profits must reflect only Kentucky gross receipts and Kentucky gross profits directly attributable to the facility. Net income, Kentucky gross receipts, and Kentucky gross profits of the entire facility attributable to the economic development project must be determined by apportioning the net income, Kentucky gross receipts, and Kentucky gross profits by a formula approved by the Department of Revenue. Line 2—Enter the net operating loss from the KRA project, if any, being carried forward from previous years. Note: Just as the income from a KRA project does not flow through to partners, members, or shareholders, neither do the losses.The project’s net operating loss from prior years must be subtracted from the project income before calculating the KRA credit. Multiple Projects—A pass–through entity with multiple economic development projects must complete the applicable schedules (KREDA– SP, KIDA–SP, KJRA–SP, KIRA–SP, KJDA–SP, KBI–SP, KRA–SP, or IEIA–SP) to determine the credit and net tax liability, if any, for each project. General Partnership—Lines 5 and 6 of this schedule should not be completed by a general partnership as a general partnership is not subject to LLET. Line 1—If the pass–through entity’s only operation is the KRA project, the amount entered on Line 1 is the net income (loss) from Form PTE. If the pass–through entity has operations other than the KRA project, a schedule must be attached reflecting the computation of the net income (loss) from the KRA project in accordance with the following instructions and enter on Line 1. In the first and last years of each project, only calculate Kentucky taxable income received during the term of the incentive agreement. Line 5—Use Schedule L on page 10 of Form PTE or page 5 of Form 725 to compute a separate LLET of the KRA project using only the Kentucky gross receipts and Kentucky gross profits of the project. Enter “KRA” at the top center of the separate Schedule L and attach it to the tax return when filed. If approved for multiple projects, attach a separate Schedule L of each project’s LLET computation. In the first and last years of each project, only calculate Kentucky LLET received during the term of the incentive agreement. Separate Facility—Per KRS 141.415(6), if the KRA project is a totally separate facility, net income, Kentucky gross receipts, or Kentucky gross profits attributable to the project must be determined by a separate accounting method. Limitation—For an approved company which received preliminary approval for a reinvestment project prior to February 1, 2010, the amount of incentives allowed in any tax year must not exceed the lesser of: (i) the tax liability of the approved company related to the reinvestment project for that taxable year or (ii) the approved costs that have not yet been recovered. Expansion of Existing Facility—Per KRS 141.415(7), if the KRA project is an expansion to a previously existing facility, the net income, Kentucky gross receipts, or Kentucky gross profits must be determined under a separate accounting method reflecting the entire facility and the net income, Kentucky gross receipts, or Kentucky gross profits must be determined by apportioning the net income, Kentucky gross receipts, or Kentucky gross profits of the entire facility to the economic development project by a formula approved by the Department of Revenue. A copy of the letter from the Department of Revenue approving the formula must be attached to the schedule. Alternative Methods—Per KRS 141.415(8), if the approved company can show that the nature of the operations and activities of the approved company are such that it is not practical to use a separate accounting method to determine the net income, Kentucky gross receipts, or Kentucky gross profits from the facility where the economic development project is located, the approved company must use an alternative method approved by the Department of Revenue. A copy of the letter from the Department of Revenue approving the alternative method must be attached to this schedule. Separate Accounting—If the economic development project is a totally separate facility, net income shall reflect only the gross income, deductions, expenses, gains, and losses allowed under this chapter directly attributable to the facility and overhead expenses apportioned to the facility; and Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits shall reflect only Kentucky gross receipts or Kentucky gross profits directly attributable to the facility. For an approved company which received preliminary approval for a reinvestment project on or after February 1, 2010, the amount of incentives allowed in any tax year must not exceed the lesser of: (i) the tax liability of the approved company related to the reinvestment project for that taxable year, (ii) twenty percent (20%) of the total amount of the approved costs, or (iii) the approved costs that have not yet been recovered. Line 9—Enter: (i) the total amount of the approved costs if the company received preliminary approval for the project prior to February 1, 2010; or (ii) twenty percent (20%) of the total amount of the approved costs if the company received preliminary approval for the project on or after February 1, 2010. Line 10—In lieu of the tax credit, the approved company may elect, on an annual basis, to apply as an estimated tax payment an amount equal to the allowable tax credit. Any estimated tax payment must be in satisfaction of the tax liability of the partners, members, or shareholders of the pass–through entity and must be paid on behalf of the partners, members, or shareholders. Enter an amount on either (a) or (b), but in no case should there be an entry on both (a) and (b). Per KRS 141.415(5), this estimated tax payment is excluded in determining each partner’s, member’s, or shareholder’s distributive share income or credit from a pass–through entity. Accordingly, the partners, members, or shareholders are not entitled to claim any portion of this estimated tax payment against their Kentucky income tax liability. If the economic development project is an expansion to a previously existing facility, net income of the entire facility must reflect only the gross income, deductions, expenses, gains, and losses allowed under this chapter directly attributable to the facility and overhead 41A720-S36 KRA-SP (10-20) Page 6 of 8 SCHEDULE KRA-T TRACKING SCHEDULE FOR A KRA PROJECT Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Revenue 2020 Name of Entity Entity Type Corporation Federal Identification Number Limited Liability Pass-through Entity General Partnership Other  ____________________________________________ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Location of Project Kentucky Corporation/LLET Account Number Activation Date of KRA Incentive Agreement City                County A B Taxable Year Ended Carry Forward Balance of Approved Costs (Col. D - Col. E) prior year __ __ __ __ __ __ Economic Development Project Number _ _ / _ _ / _ _ Mo. Day Yr. C D E Annual Approved Costs KRA Credit Limitation (Col. B + Col. C) KRA Tax Credit Claimed on Return = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – + = – 200251 41A720-S37 KRA-T (10-20) Page 7 of 8 INSTRUCTIONS—SCHEDULE KRA-T PURPOSE OF SCHEDULE—This schedule is used to maintain a record of the balance of approved costs and income tax and LLET for the duration of the agreement. This information is necessary for the company to determine the limitation of the tax credit throughout the life of the project and to allow the Kentucky Department of Revenue to verify that credit has been properly computed. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS A separate Schedule KRA-T,Tracking Schedule for a KRA Project, must be maintained for the duration of each KRA project. Beginning with the first taxable year of the KRA reinvestment agreement, complete Columns A through E using a separate line for each tax year of the reinvestment agreement. The company must attach a copy of this schedule updated with current year information to the Schedule KRA or Schedule KRA-SP which is filed with the Kentucky tax return and attach a copy to the Wage Assessment Report and Annual Reconciliation. All tax credits are entered on Schedule TCS, Tax Credit Summary Schedule. The total tax credits calculated may exceed the amount that can be used. Credits must be claimed in the order prescribed by KRS 141.0205. Total credits claimed cannot reduce the LLET below the $175 minimum nor the income tax liability below zero. 41A720-S37 KRA-T (10-20) 2020 SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS Column A—Enter on each line the ending date (month and year) of the taxable year for which the information requested in Columns B through E is entered. Column B—This column will be blank for the first taxable year of the agreement. For each year thereafter, if the amount entered in Column D for the prior year exceeds the amount entered in Column E for the prior year, enter the difference. If the amount entered in Column E for the prior year equals the amount entered in Column D for the prior year, enter zero (-0-). If the amount entered in Column E for the prior year is greater than the amount claimed in Column D, you have exceeded the amount of credits eligible to claim. Column C—Enter the total amount of approved costs per the agreement for the taxable year. Column D—Enter the result of adding the amounts entered in Columns B and C. Then, enter on Schedule KRA, Part III, Line 2, or Schedule KRA-SP, Part I, Line 8, whichever is applicable. Column E—The tax credit calculated for each tax can be different; however, for tracking purposes, the greater of the credit claimed against LLET or income tax is recorded as the amount claimed. Enter the greater of Column E or Column F from Schedule TCS for this project, if applicable. Otherwise, enter zero (-0-). Page 8 of 8
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