Maine Fiduciary Income Tax Return for Resident and Nonresident Estates and Trusts
Extracted from PDF file 2020-maine-form-1041me.pdf, last modified July 2020
Fiduciary Income Tax Return for Resident and Nonresident Estates and TrustsFORM 1041ME - GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS WHO MUST FILE The ﬁduciary or trustee of a resident or nonresident estate or trust, including a trust with unrelated business income reported on federal Form 990-T, must ﬁle Form 1041ME if the estate or trust has any: • Maine tax additions (see Maine Schedule A, Section 1); • Maine taxable income; or • Gross income greater than $10,000 for the taxable year. Gross income equals the amount on federal Form 1041, line 9 or federal Form 990-T, line 32. The Maine-source income of a nonresident estate or trust is determined on Form 1041ME, Schedule NR. A resident estate or trust with nonresident or “safe harbor” resident beneﬁciaries must also complete Form 1041ME, Schedule NR. See the instructions for Schedule NR. See page 3 of the Maine individual income tax booklet for a description of nonresident and “safe harbor” resident filing status. BANKRUPTCY For bankruptcy estates (chapter 7 or 11), use Form 1041ME as a transmittal for Form 1040ME. In the top margin of Form 1040ME, write “Attachment to Form 1041ME. DO NOT DETACH.” Complete the name, address, and identiﬁcation information at the top of Form 1041ME. Then complete Form 1040ME through line 24. Enter the amount from Form 1040ME, line 24 on line 4 of Form 1041ME, then follow the instructions for completing lines 5 - 10 on Form 1041ME. WHEN TO FILE The due date is April 15, 2020. For ﬁscal year ﬁlers, the due date is the 15th day of the fourth month following the close of the taxable year. EXTENSIONS A State of Maine extension request form is not required. If you are unable to ﬁle your return by the original due date of the return, Maine allows an automatic extension equal to any federal extension or 6 months, whichever is the longer period of time. Caution: An extension to ﬁle your Maine return is not an extension for payment of tax. If you owe money, you must pay at least 90% of that amount by the original due date for ﬁling your return in order to avoid the penalty for late payment of tax. Any remaining tax must be paid when the return is ﬁled by the extended due date in order to avoid the failure-to-pay penalty. Interest is charged on any tax paid after the original due date of the return. Remit your extension payment with the payment voucher by the original due date for ﬁling your Maine return to: Maine Revenue Services, P.O. Box 9101, Augusta, ME 04332-9101. NOTE: Grantor Trusts and all Charitable Remainder Trusts are not required to ﬁle a Maine return. FEDERAL RETURN REQUIRED • A completed copy of federal Form 1041 must accompany the Maine nonresident return. • If the federal income (federal Form 1041, line 9) is greater than $150,000, you must include the entire federal Form 1041 with Form 1041ME. For other returns that have a capital gain or loss, attach pages 1 through 3 and Schedule D of the federal return. DEFINITION OF RESIDENT AND NONRESIDENT ESTATE OR TRUST A resident estate is the estate of a decedent who at death was domiciled in Maine. A resident testamentary trust is a trust which is created by the last will and testament of a decedent who at death was domiciled in Maine. Any estate or testamentary trust created by the will of a decedent who was not domiciled in the State of Maine at death shall be considered a nonresident estate or nonresident testamentary trust. A resident irrevocable inter vivos trust is a trust which was created by or consisted of property of a person domiciled in Maine at the time it was funded. An irrevocable inter vivos trust will be classiﬁed as a nonresident trust if the creator of the trust is not domiciled in Maine when funded. If the settlor of a revocable inter vivos trust is domiciled in Maine when the trust is created, the trust is considered a resident inter vivos trust until the settlor becomes domiciled in another state. A nonresident revocable inter vivos trust will become a resident trust if and when the creator of the trust becomes domiciled in Maine. INTEREST AND PENALTIES Interest will be added each month on overdue tax until the entire tax amount is paid. For calendar year 2020, the interest rate is 7% per year, compounded monthly. In addition to interest, a penalty is assessed for late ﬁling. A separate penalty is assessed for the late payment of tax. The penalty for late ﬁling is $25 or 10% of the tax due, whichever is greater. If a tax return is not ﬁled upon demand, the penalty is the greater of $25 or 25% of the tax due. The penalty for late payment of the tax is 1% per month up to a maximum of 25%. Both penalties are assessed when the return is ﬁled late and the tax is paid late. The law also provides for penalties for the underpayment of estimated tax, for preparing or ﬁling a fraudulent income tax return, and for the understatement of income. WHOLE DOLLAR AMOUNTS Show money items as whole dollar amounts. Round down to the next lower dollar any amount less than 50 cents. Round up to the next higher dollar any amount 50 cents or more. QUALIFIED FUNERAL TRUST (QFT) If you meet the criteria of a qualiﬁed funeral trust at the federal level, you can ﬁle using the same status for Maine purposes. Check the box for “Qualiﬁed Funeral Trust” on page 1 of Form 1041ME and enter the required federal QFT taxpayer identiﬁcation number (EIN) in the space provided (in the upper right corner of the return). For a Maine composite return, attach a schedule listing for each beneﬁciary: Maine taxable income, Maine income tax, name, social security number and whether or not the beneﬁciary is a resident of Maine. Since each beneﬁciary is considered a separate trust, Maine income tax must be calculated separately for each beneﬁciary. The total tax for all beneﬁciaries is then entered on line 4 of Form 1041ME. ACCOUNTING PERIODS AND METHODS The accounting period and the method of accounting used are the same as those used for federal tax purposes (for more information, see instructions for federal Form 1041). If the taxable year or method of accounting is changed for federal income tax purposes, the change also applies to the Maine return. REPORT OF CHANGE IN MAINE TAXABLE INCOME If the amount of the federal taxable income is changed or corrected by the Internal Revenue Service, or if the Maine tax liability changes REVISED - JULY 2020 NOTE - See the revised instructions for 2019 Form 1041ME, Schedule 1, lines 1e, 1f, 1h, 2f, and 2g on pages 3 and 4. Also see the 2019 Additional Worksheet to Report Certain “Other” Modifications to Maine Income Related to Federal Tax Law Changes Enacted After December 31, 2019 available at www.maine.gov/revenue/forms. 1 for any other reason, the ﬁduciary must report the changes on an amended Maine return within 180 days after the ﬁnal determination of the change. Any ﬁduciary ﬁling an amended federal income tax return must also ﬁle an amended Maine return within 180 days. Failure to comply with these requirements could result in failure-to-ﬁle and failure-to-pay penalties. To ﬁle an amended return, use Form 1041ME for the year(s) you are amending and check the “amended return” box at the top of the form. Attach a statement explaining the applicable changes and a copy of your federal amended return or Internal Revenue agent’s report to the Maine amended return. Note: Maine’s estate/trust estimated tax ﬁling requirements diﬀer from federal requirements in that Maine Form 1041ME estimate payments must be made after the ﬁrst year ﬁling. 36 M.R.S. § 5228. THIRD PARTY DESIGNEE Check the “Yes” box on page 2 of Form 1041ME to allow Maine Revenue Services to call or accept information from another person to discuss the return. Also enter the person’s name, phone number, and any 5-digit number the person chooses as their personal identiﬁcation number (PIN). The information provided will be used to ensure MRS employees speak with only the individual you have designated if there are any questions or if additional information is needed to process the return. PAYMENT OF ESTIMATED TAX Estates and trusts subject to Maine income tax are required to make installment payments of estimated tax if the estimated tax liability is $1,000 or more or an unusual event has occurred. Generally, payments must be made in four equal installments due April 15, June 15, September 15, and January 15. Payments can be made electronically using Maine EZ Pay (no forms required) at www.maine.gov/revenue or download Form 1041ES-ME (and the instructions for Form 1040ES-ME) at www.maine.gov/revenue/forms or call (207) 624-7894 to order the forms. SIGNATURE Any person who prepares a taxpayer’s return for compensation must also sign and enter his or her social security number or PTIN as assigned by the IRS. If the return is prepared by a ﬁrm or corporation, the federal identiﬁcation number of the ﬁrm must also be listed. TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE and FORMS TTY (hearing-impaired only): 711 - Weekdays 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Visit www.maine.gov/revenue to obtain the latest tax updates, view frequently asked questions (FAQs), pay your tax or email tax-related questions. To download or request forms or other information: Visit www.maine.gov/revenue/forms or call (207) 624-7894 - Every day 24 Hours. Collection problems and payment plans: (207) 621-4300 Weekdays 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Call this number if you have a tax balance due currently being collected by Maine Revenue Services that you would like to resolve. For assistance with your tax questions: (207) 626-8480 Weekdays 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. or send an email to estate. [email protected] or write to Maine Revenue Services, PO Box 1060, Augusta, ME 04332-1060. Tax violations hot line: (207) 624-9600 - Call this number or send an email to [email protected] to report possible tax violations including failure to ﬁle tax returns, failure to report all income and failure to register for tax ﬁling. For refund status: Visit www.maine.gov/revenue or call (207) 624-9784 - Weekdays 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Form 1041ME Modernized e-File (MeF) Maine Revenue Services oﬀers MeF (electronic ﬁling) for the ﬁling of ﬁduciary income tax returns. The MeF platform is web-based and utilizes a modern, scalable architecture that enables real-time processing. Vendor submissions are received by the IRS, processed, and made available to the states continuously on a submission-by-submission basis. 2 SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS (Please show negative income amounts on your form by placing a minus sign in the box to the left of the amount.) Nonresident estates and trusts and resident estates and trusts with nonresident or “safe harbor” resident beneficiaries, see the instructions for Schedule NR. Line 1. Federal Taxable Income - resident estates and trusts only. Enter the amount of taxable income shown on federal Form 1041, the amount of unrelated business taxable income from federal Form 990-T and the taxable income of the S corporation portion of Electing Small Business Trusts (ESBT), if applicable. distributed among beneﬁciaries must be split among the beneﬁciaries based on each beneﬁciary’s portion of the Distributable Net Income. Each beneﬁciary must ﬁle a Maine individual income tax return and apply their portion of the REW payment against their individual income tax liability on the Maine return. Nonresident estates or trusts enter on this line amounts withheld in 2019 on the sale of real estate in Maine. Enclose a copy of Form REW-1 or Form 1099ME to support your entry. Line 2. Fiduciary Adjustment - resident estates and trusts only. The ﬁduciary adjustment is determined on Form 1041ME, Schedule 1 and allocated in accordance with Form 1041ME, Schedule 2 on page 3 of Form 1041ME. If any of the income adjustments apply, complete these schedules before proceeding with page 1 of Form 1041ME. Detailed instructions for the schedules follow. Line 8. Tax Balance Due. Any balance of tax liability should be paid in full with the return. Remit your payment using Maine EZ Pay at www.maine.gov/revenue or mail a check payable to Treasurer, State of Maine with the return. Please write the federal estate or trust name, address and phone number on the check. Line 4. Maine Income Tax. Compute the tax on the amount shown on line 3 by using the following table: If the amount owed (line 6 minus line 7a) is $1,000 or more, complete Form 2210ME and attach it to the return. If Form 2210ME shows a penalty amount due, enter it on line 8b and submit payment for the entire balance. TAX TABLE If the taxable income is: The tax is: 5.8% of Maine taxable income Less than $21,850 $21,850 but less than $51,700 $1,267 plus 6.75% of excess over $21,850 $51,700 or more $3,282 plus 7.15% of excess over $51,700 Line 10a. Amount of Line 9 to be Credited to Next Year. Use this block only if electing to have all or a portion of the overpayment on line 9 credited to next year’s estimated tax. This tax rate schedule is eﬀective for tax years beginning in 2019. Line 7a. Maine Income Tax Withheld. Enter the total amount of Maine income tax withheld. Enclose (do not staple or tape) supporting W-2, 1099 and 1099ME forms. Send only Forms 1099 with State of Maine income tax withheld shown on them, unless otherwise required to send as supporting documentation for another schedule or worksheet. Legible photocopies of your W-2, 1099 and 1099ME forms on 8 1/2 by 11 inch paper are preferred. Amount of refund directly deposited to a checking account. You may have the refund directly deposited into a checking account if it is $20,000 or less. To comply with banking rules, check the box to the left of line 10d if the refund is going to an account outside the United States. If the box is checked, we will mail a paper check. Line 10c. Enter the 9-digit routing transit number (RTN). The RTN must begin with 01 through 12 or 21 through 32. If it does not, the direct deposit will be rejected and a refund check will be sent instead. ENTRIES MUST BE ACCURATE. If unsure what the RTN is, contact the ﬁnancial institution. Line 7b. 2019 Estimated Tax Payments, 2018 Overpayment Carried Forward and Extension Payments. Enter the total amount of estimated taxes paid for tax year 2019 and any 2018 credit carried forward. See general instructions above for further explanation of estimated payments. Also enter any extension payment made for this return. Line 10d. Enter the checking account number. The checking account number can be up to 17 digits long (both numbers and letters). Omit hyphens, spaces and special symbols. The Real Estate Withholding (REW) payments made on behalf of a Trust on the sale of Maine property where the gain or loss is SCHEDULE 1 – FIDUCIARY ADJUSTMENT (Enter combined amounts for both the beneﬁciaries and the estate or trust). For more information on Maine additions to and subtractions from federal taxable income, visit www.maine.gov/revenue. Lines 1e and 1f. Bonus depreciation add-back. Lines 1e and 1f relate to Maine’s decoupling from the federal special depreciation deduction through IRC § 168(k), commonly known as bonus depreciation. To calculate the amount to enter on these lines, complete a pro forma federal Form 4562 as if no bonus depreciation was claimed on the property placed in service in tax year 2019. The total addition modiﬁcation is the diﬀerence between the federal depreciation claimed on Form 4562 and the depreciation calculated on the pro forma Form 4562. If any of the property placed in service in tax year 2019 is located in Maine and the Maine capital investment credit is claimed, the total addition modiﬁcation must be divided between lines 1e and 1f. Otherwise, the entire addition must be entered on line 1e. Enclose copies of the original and pro forma federal Forms 4562, along with the add-back calculation, with the return. Line 1. ADDITIONS to federal taxable income. Also include the taxpayer’s distributive share of addition modiﬁcation items from trusts, partnerships, S Corporations, and other pass-through entities. Line 1a. Enter income from municipal and state bonds, other than Maine, that is not included in federal taxable income. For example: enter bond interest from the City of New York but not Portland, Maine. Line 1b. Enter any amount of federal net operating loss carry forward that has been previously used to oﬀset Maine addition modiﬁcations. For more information and examples, go to www. maine.gov/revenue/forms (select Income Tax Guidance Documents). Line 1c. Enter 2019 Maine Public Employees Retirement System (“MainePERS”) contributions. These contributions are tax deferred for federal tax, but are subject to Maine income tax. Line 1d. Enter the amount of qualiﬁed business income deducted in calculating federal taxable income pursuant to Internal Revenue Code, Section 199A. NOTE: Do not include on lines 1e or 1f any accelerated depreciation related to qualiﬁed improvement property used to reduce federal taxable income under the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Instead, see lines 4 and 9 of the 2019 Additional Worksheet to Report Certain “Other” Modifications 3 This page revised July 2020 to Maine Income Related to Federal Tax Law Changes Enacted After December 31, 2019. Line 2b. If included in federal taxable income, enter social security beneﬁts issued by the U.S. Government and railroad retirement beneﬁts (tier 1 and tier 2) issued by the U.S. Railroad Retirement Board. For more information, go to www.maine.gov/revenue/forms (select Income Tax Guidance Documents). Also, refer to the instructions for line 2d below. Unemployment and sick beneﬁts issued by the Railroad Retirement Board are not taxable to Maine. However, beneﬁts issued by the Canadian Railroad Retirement Board are taxable to Maine. Line 1e. Bonus depreciation add-back. Enter on this line the total bonus depreciation add-back calculated above less the amount of Maine capital investment credit add-back from line 1f. Amounts entered on this line are eligible for the recapture subtraction modiﬁcation on line 2d in future years. Line 2c. Use this line only if the person retired after 1988 and received retirement beneﬁts from the Maine Public Employees Retirement System (“MainePERS”) in 2019. To calculate the amount for this line, subtract the amount in box 14 from the amount in box 2a on Form 1099-R issued by MainePERS. Also enter on this line MainePERS rollover amounts previously taxed by the state, whether or not included in federal taxable income. Rollover amounts may be subtracted fully or in part during the tax year of the rollover. Any amount not subtracted in the tax year of the rollover may be subtracted within the two years immediately following the year of the rollover. However, the total amount subtracted over the three-year period may not exceed the pick-up contributions previously taxed by Maine. Line 1f. Maine capital investment credit bonus depreciation addback. The Maine capital investment credit is available to businesses that place depreciable property in service in Maine during the taxable year beginning in 2019. Enter on this line the portion of the bonus depreciation add-back calculated above relating to property for which the Maine capital investment credit is claimed, based on original basis of property placed in service in tax year 2019. For example, if you purchased $400,000 of eligible property and $100,000 of that property is located in Maine and included in the credit base, the portion of the add-back to include on this line is $100,000/$400,000 or 25% of the total bonus depreciation add-back calculated above. Property that is transferred out-of-state or disposed of within 12 months of being placed in service in Maine is not eligible for the Maine capital investment credit. Amounts claimed on this line are not eligible for the recapture subtraction modiﬁcation on line 2d. Line 2d. Bonus depreciation / section 179 expense recapture. Amounts required to be added to income under 36 M.R.S. §§ 5122(1)(N), 5122(1)(AA), 5122(1)(FF)(2), 5122(1)(HH)(2), 5122(1)(II)(2), 5122(1) (KK)(2), or for individual owners of certain electing S corporations, §§ 5200-A(1)(N), 5200-A(1)(T), 5200-A(1)(Y)(2), 5200-A(1)(AA)(2), 5200A(1)(BB)(2), or 5200-A(1)(CC)(2) may be recaptured over the life of the applicable asset. For more information and examples, visit www. maine.gov/revenue/forms (select Income Tax Guidance Documents). Line 1g. Election to recognize total gain from the sale of Maine real or tangible property - nonresident estates and trusts only. Nonresident estates or trusts may elect to recognize the entire gain from an installment sale during the taxable year of real or tangible property located in Maine. The election may only be made on a timely ﬁled original return and, once made, is irrevocable. Enter on this line the total gain from the sale of the Maine property that would have been included in your federal taxable income if you had not reported the gain on the installment sale basis, less the amount of gain from the sale already included in your federal taxable income reported on Form 1041ME, line 1. An entry on this line constitutes an election under this paragraph. Line 2e. Enter the amount of medical marijuana business expenses related to carrying on a trade or business as a registered caregiver or a registered dispensary that would otherwise be allowable for Maine tax purposes to the extent the expenses were not allowed to be deducted for federal tax purposes under Internal Revenue Code, Section 280E. Also enter the caregiver’s or dispensary’s registration number or business sales tax number. Enclose a copy of a pro forma federal Schedule C showing the calculation of the expenses included on line 2e. Line 2f. Net operating loss 80% income limitation. If you claimed an NOL deduction in accordance with Section 2303 of the federal CARES Act on your 2018 federal income tax return (original or amended), enter zero on this line. Line 1h. Other Additions. See the Worksheet for Form 1040ME, Schedule 1, Line 1h at www.maine.gov/revenue/forms/ that lists the addition modiﬁcations required to be entered on this line. Also enter on this line • income taxes imposed by Maine or other states and interest or expenses incurred in the production of income exempt from Maine taxation deducted in arriving at federal taxable income • the administrative expense deduction claimed for federal ﬁduciary income tax purposes that is also used to determine the taxable estate in calculating the Maine estate tax • the estate’s/trust’s share of the ﬁduciary adjustment of another estate/trust – additions only (36 M.R.S. §§ 5122(3) and 5164) List the source of each amount claimed in the space provided. Attach supporting documentation when claiming an amount on this line. Also see the 2019 Additional Worksheet to Report Certain “Other” Modifications to Maine Income Related to Federal Tax Law Changes Enacted After December 31, 2019. Line 2g. Other Subtractions. See the Worksheet for Form 1040ME, Schedule 1, Line 2k at www.maine.gov/revenue/forms/ that lists the subtraction income modiﬁcations that may be entered on this line. Enter ONLY items speciﬁcally listed. Attach supporting documentation when claiming an amount on this line. Also enter the estate’s/trust’s share of a ﬁduciary adjustment – subtractions only (36 M.R.S. §§ 5122(3) and 5164) • expenses incurred in the production of income subject to Maine tax, but exempt from federal tax (an example is expenses related to the production of non-Maine municipal bond interest). Also see the 2019 Additional Worksheet to Report Certain “Other” Modifications to Maine Income Related to Federal Tax Law Changes Enacted After December 31, 2019. Line 2. SUBTRACTIONS from federal taxable income. Also include the taxpayer’s distributive share of subtraction modiﬁcation items from trusts, partnerships and S Corporations where applicable. Line 3. Net Fiduciary Adjustment. The shares of the beneﬁciaries and of the estate/trust in the Maine ﬁduciary adjustment are in proportion to their respective shares of federal distributable net income of the estate or trust. Resident estates and trusts: Multiply line 3 by the percentage on Schedule 2, line f, Column 3. Enter the result on page 1 of Form 1041ME, line 2. Nonresident estates and trusts: Multiply line 3 by Schedule 2, line f, Column 3. Enter the result on Form 1041ME, Schedule NR, line 7, Column A. Line 2a. If included in federal taxable income, enter income from direct obligations of the United States Government, such as Series EE and Series HH Savings bonds and U.S. Treasury bills and notes. 4 This page revised July 2020 SCHEDULE 2 – ALLOCATION OF FEDERAL INCOME AND MAINE-SOURCE INCOME The purpose of this schedule is to show the distribution of federal distributable net income (DNI) and Maine-source income of nonresident and “safe harbor” resident beneﬁciaries. See page 3 of the Maine individual income tax booklet for a description of nonresident and “Safe Harbor” resident statuses. ALL estates/ trusts must complete Schedule 2. Column 6. Nonresident estates or trusts enter on line g, Column 6, the amount from Schedule NR, line 4, Column B. For lines a through e, allocate line g to the nonresident and “Safe Harbor” resident beneﬁciaries in proportion to their respective shares of federal distributable net income. The income, as allocated, has the same character as it does for federal income tax purposes. Column 1. Enter the name of each beneﬁciary of the estate or trust, including nonresident and “safe harbor” resident beneﬁciaries. Enter the estate/trust name on line f. If there are more than 5 beneﬁciaries, use a separate sheet of paper. Resident estates or trusts with nonresident and “Safe Harbor” resident beneﬁciaries must complete a pro forma Schedule NR (as if the estate or trust were a nonresident estate or trust) in order to complete Column 6 of Schedule 2. Enter on Schedule 2, line g, Column 6 the amount from Schedule NR, line 4, Column B. Follow the instructions for completing Schedule NR. Attach a copy of the pro forma Schedule NR to the Maine income tax return for the estate or trust. Do not complete Column 6 for resident beneﬁciaries (except “Safe Harbor” resident beneﬁciaries). Column 2. Enter the respective shares of federal distributable net income of each beneﬁciary and of the estate/trust on the appropriate lines. Column 3. Determine the percentage share for each beneﬁciary and for the estate/trust based on the amounts in Column 2. If the estate or trust has no federal distributable net income, the share of each beneﬁciary in the Maine-source income is in proportion to the beneﬁciary’s share of the estate or trust income for the taxable year, including that which is required by local law of the governing instrument to be distributed in such year. Any balance of the Mainesource income not allocable to beneﬁciaries shall be allocated to the estate or trust. If the shares in the Maine-source income are allocated in accordance with this paragraph, show the allocation in a schedule attached to the return. Columns 4 and 5. Enter the state of domicile and the social security number/EIN of each beneﬁciary of the estate or trust, including nonresident and “Safe Harbor” resident beneﬁciaries. SCHEDULE 3 – CREDIT FOR INCOME TAX PAID TO ANOTHER JURISDICTION Resident estates and trusts may claim a credit against Maine income tax for income tax paid to another jurisdiction if all the following conditions are met: (3) The income taxed by the other jurisdiction is derived from sources in that jurisdiction determined in the same manner as Maine-source income is determined for nonresidents of Maine under 36 M.R.S. § 5142. (1) The other jurisdiction is another state, a political subdivision thereof, the District of Columbia, a Canadian Province or any political subdivision of a foreign country that is like a state of the United States. Line 4b is the income tax assessed by the other jurisdiction minus any tax credits (except withholding and estimated tax payments). Complete a separate Schedule 3 for each jurisdiction to which taxes are paid and for which a credit is being claimed. Enclose a copy of each Schedule 3 completed. Add the credits together and enter the total on Schedule A, line 5. Attach a copy of the income tax return ﬁled with the other jurisdiction. (2) The tax paid to the other jurisdiction is directly related to the income received during the tax year covered by this return. Tax payments made to other taxing jurisdictions for prior year tax liabilities cannot be considered when computing this credit. 5
More about the Maine Form 1041ME Corporate Income Tax Tax Return TY 2020
We last updated the Fiduciary Income Tax Return for Resident and Nonresident Estates and Trusts in February 2021, so this is the latest version of Form 1041ME, fully updated for tax year 2020. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form 1041ME directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Maine tax forms here.
Related Maine Corporate Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form 1041ME-PV||Payment Voucher For Electronically Filed Returns|
|Form 1041ME-EXT||Extension Payment Voucher|
Maine usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Maine Form 1041ME from the Revenue Services in February 2021.
Form 1041ME is a Maine Corporate Income Tax form. Like the Federal Form 1040, states each provide a core tax return form on which most high-level income and tax calculations are performed. While some taxpayers with simple returns can complete their entire tax return on this single form, in most cases various other additional schedules and forms must be completed, depending on the taxpayer's individual situation, to create a complete income tax return package.
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 Maine Form 1041ME
We have a total of ten past-year versions of Form 1041ME in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:
While we do our best to keep our list of Maine Income Tax Forms up to date and complete, we cannot be held liable for errors or omissions. Is the form on this page out-of-date or not working? Please let us know and we will fix it ASAP.