Maine Amended income tax return
Extracted from PDF file 2018-maine-form-1120x-me.pdf, last modified October 2012
Amended income tax return1040X-ME AMENDED 99 Maine Individual Income Tax Return For tax period *1201800* to Your first name Initial Was your original Maine return a: Your social security number Your last name Spouse’s social security number Short Form Long Form Check if: Spouse’s first name Initial Spouse’s last name Home phone number You were 65 or over Work phone number Blind Home address (number, street and apt. no.) Spouse was 65 or over City/town State Check if this is an amended composite return (Partnerships, LLCs and S corporations only) Zip code Blind Check if you were engaged in commercial farming or fishing during the tax period shown above. Filing status claimed. Note: You cannot change from joint to separate returns after the due date has passed. On original return ........ Single Married filing joint Married filing separate Head of household Qualifying widow(er) On this return ............. Single Married filing joint Married filing separate Head of household Qualifying widow(er) Residency status claimed. On original return ....... Resident “Safe Harbor” Resident Nonresident Part-year resident Nonresident Alien On this return .............Resident “Safe Harbor” Resident Nonresident Part-year resident Nonresident Alien Exemptions. Number on original return On this return a. Yourself b. c. Number of your dependents Spouse Number of boxes checked on a and b d. Total number of exemptions FORM 1040X-ME, PAGE 2 99 *1201801* Income and Deductions 1. A. As Last Filed or Adjusted B. Net Change (Explain on page 3) C. Correct Amount Federal Adjusted Gross Income .............. 1. .00 2. Income Modifications (See instructions) 2. 3. Maine Adjusted Gross Income (Line 1 plus or minus line 2) ........................................ 3. 4. Deduction Standard .00 .00 Itemized 4. .00 5. Personal Exemption Amount ................... 5. .00 6. Taxable Income (Line 3 minus lines 4 and 5) ...................................................... 6. .00 7. Tax (From tax tables) ................................ 7. .00 8. Tax Additions (Attach Maine Schedule A) . 8. .00 9. Low-Income Credit ................................... 9. .00 10. Use Tax ................................................... 10. .00 10a. Sales Tax on Casual Rentals of Living Quarters. 10a. 11. Voluntary/Charitable Contributions and Park Passes.11. CONTRIBUTION and PARK PASS AMOUNTS CANNOT BE CHANGED 12. Tax Credits (Attach Maine Schedule A) ...............12. 13. Nonresident Credit (Attach Maine Schedule NR or NRH) ........................................ 13. 14. Net Tax and Contributions (Line 7 plus lines 8, 10, 10a and 11, minus lines 9, 12 and 13).14. .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 15. Maine Income Tax Withheld .................... 15. 16. Estimated Tax Payments and Deposits with Extension(s) ................................... 16. 17. Refundable Credit for Rehabilitation of Historic Properties after 2007 .............. 17. .00 18. Refundable Child Care Credit ................. 18. .00 19. Paid with original return plus additional payments after original was filed .................. 19. .00 20. Total Payments (Add lines 15 through 19 in column C) .............................................. 20. Refund or Amount You Owe 21. Overpayment, if any, on original return or as previously adjusted by Maine ............... 21. .00 22. Subtract line 21 from line 20 (See instructions)........................................................... 22. .00 23. AMOUNT YOU OWE. If line 14, column C is more than line 22, enter the difference . 23. .00 24. REFUND to be received. If line 14, column C is less than line 22, enter the difference ....24a. .00 .00 .00 .00 FORM 1040X-ME, PAGE 3 99 IF YOU WOULD LIKE YOUR REFUND SENT DIRECTLY TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT ($10,000 or less) OR TO A NEXTGEN COLLEGE INVESTING PLAN® ACCOUNT, fill in the lines below. Check here if this refund will go to an account outside the United States .................... 24b Routing Number* *1201802* 24c Type of Account: Checking Savings 24d Account Number* NextGen ® *For NextGen Accounts, enter 043000261 on line 24b and the account owner’s 9-digit social security number on line 24d. EXPLANATION OF CHANGES: Explain the changes made to income, deductions and credits. Enter the line number from pages 1 and 2 for each item you are changing and give the reason for each change. Attach supporting documents for each item changed. Be sure to include your name and social security number on the attachments. (Month) IMPORTANT NOTE Sign Here Keep a copy of this return for your records. Paid Preparer’s Use Only (Day) (Month) (Year) If taxpayer is deceased, enter date of death. (Day) (Year) If spouse is deceased, enter date of death. Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return and accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, they are true, correct and complete. Declaration of preparer (other than taxpayer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge. YOUR SIGNATURE: X ________________________________ DATE SIGNED YOUR OCCUPATION DATE SIGNED SPOUSE’S OCCUPATION SPOUSE’S SIGNATURE (IF JOINT RETURN, BOTH MUST SIGN): X ________________________________ PREPARER’S PHONE NUMBER PREPARER’S SIGNATURE: X ________________________________ DATE SIGNED PREPARER’S SSN or PTIN FIRM’S NAME (OR YOURS IF SELF-EMPLOYED): PP revised 09/12 IS DO NOT SEND PHOTOCOPIES OF RETURNS GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS Purpose of Form. You must file an amended Maine income tax return if (1) you have filed an amended federal income tax return that affects your Maine income tax liability; (2) the Internal Revenue Service has made a change or correction to your federal income tax return that affects your Maine income tax liability; or (3) an error has been made in the filing of your original Maine income tax return. Use Form 1040X-ME to correct Maine income tax returns for any tax year. File a separate Form 1040X-ME for each year you are amending. generally be filed within 7 years after the due date of the return for the tax year in which the debt or security became worthless. Information on Income, Deductions, and other items. If you have questions, such as what income is taxable or what expenses are deductible, the instructions for the original return you are amending may help you. Be sure to use the Tax Table or Tax Rate Schedules for the year amended to calculate the corrected tax. The related schedules and forms may also help you. To receive prior year forms, schedules and instructions, call (207) 624-7894. Forms, schedules and instructions are also available at www.maine.gov/revenue/forms. When to File. Amended Maine income tax returns must be filed within 180 days of the final determination of the change or correction or the filing of the federal amended return. File Form 1040X-ME only after you have filed your original return. Generally, to receive a refund of taxes paid, Form 1040X-ME must be filed within 3 years after the date the original return was filed, or within 3 years after the date the tax was paid, whichever is later. A return filed early is considered filed on the date it was due. A Form 1040X-ME based on a bad debt or worthless security must Death of Taxpayer. If you are filing Form 1040X-ME for a deceased taxpayer, write in the date of death in the spaces above the signature area of the return. If you are filing Form 1040X-ME as a surviving spouse filing a joint return with the deceased, write “Filing as surviving spouse” in the area where you sign the return. If someone else is the personal representative, he or she must also sign. 3 SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS or as you last amended it. Claiming a Refund for a Deceased Taxpayer. If you are a surviving spouse filing a joint return with the deceased, file only Form 1040XME to claim the refund. If you are a court-appointed personal representative or any other person claiming a deceased taxpayer’s refund, file Form 1040X-ME and attach Form 1310ME, Statement of Person Claiming a Refund Due a Deceased Taxpayer, and any other information required by its instructions. In Column B, enter the net increase or net decrease for each line you are changing. Show all decreases in parentheses. Explain each change on page 3 of the form and attach any related schedule or form. For example, if you are amending your return to itemize deductions, attach Schedule A (federal Form 1040) and Maine Schedule 2. When filing Maine Form 1040X-ME, be sure to Above your name, enter the calendar-year or fiscal-year of attach a copy of your federal amended return (Form 1040X) or the Internal Revenue agent’s report. If you need more space, show the return you are amending. the required information on an attached statement. Name, Address and Social Security Number. If amending a joint In Column C, add the increase in Column B to the amount in return, list your names and social security numbers in the same order Column A, or subtract the Column B decrease from Column A. For any as shown on the original return. If your post office does not deliver mail to your home and you have a P.O. Box, enter the item you do not change, enter the amount from Column A in Column C. box number instead of your home address. If your address is outside the United States or its possessions or territories, enter the information on the line for “City/town, state, and ZIP code” in the following order: city, province or state, postal code, and the name of the country. Do not abbreviate the country name. Line 2. For purposes of the income modifications on line 2, follow the instructions for Form 1040ME, Schedule 1 for the tax year being amended. Note that Net Operating Loss (NOL) carryover deductions are not allowed for tax years beginning in 2009, 2010 and 2011. For additional information on the tax treatment of Age and Blindness. Check the appropriate boxes for you and your NOL income modifications, visit www.maine.gov/revenue/forms/ spouse if you or your spouse were 65 or over and/or blind for federal homepage.html (select Income Tax Guidance Documents). income tax purposes for the tax year being amended. Line 4. Modify itemized deductions claimed on line 4, Column C according to the modifications required by Maine Form 1040ME, Schedule 2. Attach the completed Schedule 2 to your Maine amended return. Commercial Farming or Fishing. Check the box if at least twothirds of your gross income during the tax year being amended was from commercial farming or fishing. Include your spouse’s income in your calculation if you are filing a joint return. Line 7. To determine the tax for line 7, Column C, utilize the tax tables from the instruction booklet you used to file the original return. Filing Status. If you and your spouse are changing from separate returns to a joint return, enter in column A the amounts from your return as originally filed or as previously adjusted. Next, combine the amounts from your spouse’s return as originally filed or as previously adjusted with any other changes you or your spouse are making to determine the amounts to enter in column B. If your spouse did not file an original return, include your spouse’s income, deductions, credits, etc., in determining the amounts to enter in Column B. Both of you must sign Form 1040X-ME. If there is any tax due, it must be paid in full. Line 11. The correct amount of your voluntary/charitable contributions and park passes listed on line 11 must agree with the total amount shown on your original return. Line 17. Include on line 17 your refundable credit for rehabilitation of historic properties after 2007. If this has changed from your original return, enclose the Rehabilitation of Historic Properties Tax Credit Worksheet showing the computation for this credit. Line 18. Include in line 18 your refundable child care credit. If this line has changed from your original return, enclose the Child Care Credit Worksheet showing the computation for this credit. Columns A-C: In Column A, enter amounts from your return as originally filed Example. Anna Arbor had originally reported $15,000 as her total income on her 2012 return. She received an additional Form W-2 for $1,000 after she filed her tax return. Ms. Arbor would complete line 1 of Form 1040X-ME as follows: Income and Deductions A. As Last Filed B. Net Change (Note: Be sure to complete the reverse side) or Adjusted (Explain on page 2) C. Correct Amount 1. Federal Adjusted gross income ........ 1. $15,000 $1,000 , 1 6 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 Ms. Arbor would also report any additional income tax withheld on line 15 in Column B. Line 21. The overpayment on line 21 must include any carryforward will calculate the interest and send you a bill. amount as well as the refund amount shown on the original return. Payment Plan. Check the box below your signature(s) if you are Line 22. If line 22 is a negative amount, treat it as a positive amount requesting a payment plan. Your first payment should be submitted and add it to the amount on line 14. Enter the result on line 23. This with your return and you should continue to make payments until is the amount you owe. If the amount you owe is less than $1.00, do Maine Revenue Services contacts you. For more information, call not pay it. Remit your payment using Maine EZ Pay at www.maine. (207) 621-4300 or email [email protected] Injured Spouse. Check the box below your signature(s) if you are an innocent/injured spouse (see federal Form 8379 or Form 8857 and related instructions). For more information, call (207) 624-9595 or email [email protected] gov/revenue or enclose (do not staple or tape) a check or money order payable to Treasurer, State of Maine with Form 1040X-ME. Include your complete name, address and telephone number on your check or money order. If you owe additional tax on line 23, we If enclosing a check, make check payable to: Treasurer, State of Maine and MAIL WITH RETURN TO: MAINE REVENUE SERVICES, PO BOX 1067, AUGUSTA, ME 04332-1067 If NOT enclosing a check, MAIL RETURN TO: MAINE REVENUE SERVICES, PO BOX 1066, AUGUSTA, ME 04332-1066 4 revised 09/12
More about the Maine Form 1120X-ME Corporate Income Tax
We last updated the Amended income tax return in February 2019, and the latest form we have available is for tax year 2018. This means that we don't yet have the updated form for the current tax year. Please check this page regularly, as we will post the updated form as soon as it is released by the Maine Revenue Services. You can print other Maine tax forms here.
Other Maine Corporate Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form 1120ME||Corporate income tax form|
|Form 1120X-ME||Amended income tax return|
|Form 1041ME||Fiduciary Income Tax Return for resident and nonresident estates and trusts|
|Form 1120B-ES/ME||Vouchers for estimated tax payments|
|Form 1120ES-ME||Vouchers for estimated tax payments|
Maine usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Maine Form 1120X-ME from the Revenue Services in February 2019.
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 1120X-ME
We have a total of eight past-year versions of Form 1120X-ME in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:
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