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Oregon Free Printable Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168 for 2024 Oregon Claim of Right Income Repayments

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Claim of Right Income Repayments
Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

Worksheet OR-CRC Claim of Right Income Repayments General instructions If you had to repay an amount that you included in your Oregon income in an earlier year, you may be able to claim a credit for the Oregon tax you paid on that income when you file your return for the repayment year. The Oregon claim of right income repayment credit may be claimed on your Oregon personal income tax return if: • Your repayment is more than $3,000, • You paid Oregon tax on the income you repaid, and • You're claiming the repayment credit or deduction on your federal return. Repayments of $3,000 or less don’t qualify for the Oregon credit. Note: Corporations may file for relief of tax on repaid income; refer to Form OR-20 instructions. For more information about claim of right income repayments, see Internal Revenue Service Publication 535. This worksheet needs to be kept with your records. What if I’m claiming the federal deduction? The federal repayment deduction is claimed on the same schedule where you reported the income or as an itemized deduction on Schedule A, depending on the type of income you repaid. You can't claim both the federal repayment deduction and the Oregon repayment credit. If you claim the Oregon repayment credit, you must add back the amount of any repayment deduction claimed on the return. Full-year filers. If you’re filing a full-year return for the repayment year and you’re deducting the repayment amount on Schedule OR-A or any federal form or schedule, report an addition on Schedule OR-ASC Section A, using code 103 if you're claiming the credit. If you're not claiming the repayment credit, there is nothing else you need to do. Part-year or nonresident filers. If you’re filing a part-year or nonresident return for the repayment year, claiming the Oregon repayment credit, and deducting the repayment amount: • As an itemized deduction on Schedule OR-A: Use a minus sign with the repayment amount to report a negative modification on Schedule OR-ASC-NP, Section D, using code 649. • On another federal form or schedule: Report an addition on Schedule OR-ASC-NP, Section A, using code 103. 150-101-168 (Rev. 08-18-23) Note: If you’re reporting an addition on Schedule OR-ASCNP, enter the total repayment amount in the federal column and the amount taxed by Oregon in the Oregon column. If you're not claiming the Oregon repayment credit, there is nothing else you need to do. How do I calculate the credit? Gather the following items for the reported year (the year the income was taxed by Oregon): • A copy of your Oregon tax return, including any amended returns or adjustment notices. • Oregon tax tables or rate charts. • If you filed a part-year or nonresident return, a blank partyear or nonresident return form. Follow the instructions for Worksheet B to complete the form. Use Worksheet A if you filed a full-year return. Use Worksheet B if you filed a part-year or nonresident return for the reported year. Multiple years. If you repaid income from more than one tax year, complete a separate worksheet for each year that the income was reported and taxed by Oregon. Claim the total of all credits on the return you’re filing for the repayment year. Where do I claim the credit? Claim the credit on the return you’re filing for the repayment year: — 2014 and prior: Form 40, line 43, mark box 43b; Form 40P or 40N, line 60, mark box 60b. — 2015 through 2020: Schedule OR-ASC, section 5; Schedule OR-ASC-NP, section 7; use code 890. — 2021 and later: Schedule OR-ASC, section F; Schedule OR-ASC-NP, section H; use code 890. Do you have questions or need help? ­ ww.oregon.gov/dor w 503-378-4988 or 800-356-4222 questions.dor@​dor.oregon.gov Contact us for ADA accommodations or assistance in other languages. Page 1 of 1 Clear form Worksheet OR-CRC Page 1 of 2, 150-101-168 (Rev. 08-18-23, ver. 01) Repayment year Oregon Department of Revenue 01520001010000 Reported year Worksheet A: Full-year return filed for the reported year (year the income was taxed) 1. Enter your Oregon taxable income from your return for the reported year, as amended or adjusted.... 1. — 2018 and later: Form OR-40, line 19. — 2017 and 2016: Form OR-40, line 21. — 2015: Form 40, line 21. — 2014 and prior: Form 40, line 28. 2. Enter the amount of income you repaid in the tax year for which you’re claiming the credit..................... 2. 3. Line 1 minus line 2. This is your Oregon taxable income without the repaid income................................. 3. 4. Using the tax tables or rate charts from the reported year, enter the tax on the amount on line 3. This equals your Oregon tax before credits without the repaid income...................................... 4. 5. Enter your Oregon tax before credits from your return for the reported year, as amended or adjusted.... 5. — 2023 and later: Form OR-40, line 24 — 2018 through 2022: Form OR-40, line 22. — 2017 and 2016: Form OR-40, line 24. — 2015: Form 40, line 24. — 2014 and prior: Form 40, line 31. 6. Line 5 minus line 4. This is your Oregon claim of right credit...................................................................... 6. .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Example 1 Sophie is a lifelong resident whose filing status for tax year 2020 was single. In 2023, Sophie repaid $10,000 of pension income originally received and reported in 2020. She is claiming the repayment credit on her 2023 federal return. Her 2020 Oregon tax return shows Oregon taxable income of $40,000 and Oregon tax before credits of $3,252. She calculates her credit using Worksheet A: 1. Enter your Oregon taxable income from your return for the reported year, as amended or adjusted.... 1. 2. Enter the amount of income you repaid in the tax year for which you’re claiming the credit..................... 2. 3. Line 1 minus line 2. This is your Oregon taxable income without the repaid income................................. 3. 4. Using the tax tables or rate charts from the reported year, enter the tax on the amount on line 3. This equals your Oregon tax before credits without the repaid income...................................... 4. 5. Enter your Oregon tax before credits from your return for the reported year, as amended or adjusted.... 5. 6. Line 5 minus line 4. This is your Oregon claim of right credit...................................................................... 6. To claim the Oregon credit, Sophie enters $875 on Schedule OR-ASC, section F, using credit code 890. Don’t include this worksheet with your Oregon return. Keep it with your tax records. 40,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00 2,377.00 3,252.00 875.00 Worksheet OR-CRC Page 2 of 2, 150-101-168 (Rev. 08-18-23, ver. 01) Oregon Department of Revenue 01520001020000 Worksheet B: Part-year or nonresident return filed for the reported year (year the income was taxed) Before you start, use the blank return form to create a duplicate part-year or nonresident return for the reported year: • Enter all income items except for the income you repaid as they were reported on the return you filed for that year, including amendments or adjustments. Don’t include the repaid income on the duplicate return. • If your Oregon percentage changes as a result, use the revised percentage to calculate your deductions, tax, or other amounts. Don't adjust any other items on the return. • Complete the return through the "Total tax before credits" line. Don't file the duplicate return. Use it only to help you calculate your credit amount. 1. Enter your Oregon tax before credits from your return for the reported year, as amended or adjusted.... 1. — 2023 and later: Form OR-40-N, line 50; Form OR-40-P, line 49. — 2018 through 2022: Form OR-40-N, line 48; Form OR-40-P, line 47. — 2017 and 2016: Form OR-40-N, line 50; Form OR-40-P, line 49. — 2015: Form 40N, line 51; Form 40P, line 50. — 2014 and prior: Form 40N, line 53; Form 40P, line 52. 2. Enter the Oregon tax before credits amount from the duplicate return.................................................... 2. 3. Line 1 minus line 2. This is your Oregon claim of right credit...................................................................... 3. .00 .00 .00 Example 2 During 2023, Chris, a full-year resident, repaid some compensation originally received and reported in 2021. He’s claiming the income repayment credit on his 2023 federal return. In 2021, when Chris was a Washington state resident, he worked part of the time in Oregon. Out of the $25,000 in repaid compensation, $17,000 was taxed by Oregon. The 2021 Form OR-40-N that he filed shows the following: Federal income $225,000 $ 80,000 Oregon income Oregon percentage ($80,000 ÷ $225,000) 35.6% Net itemized deductions $ 20,000 Total deductions and modifications ($20,000 x 0.356) Oregon taxable income ($80,000 - $7,120) Total tax before credits $ 7,120 $72,880 $ 6,120 Chris uses a blank 2021 Form OR-40-N to create a duplicate return without the repaid income. It shows: $200,000 Total deductions and modifications ($20,000 x 0.315) Federal income ($225,000 - $25,000) Oregon income ($80,000 - $17,000) $ 63,000 Oregon taxable income ($63,000 - $6,300) Oregon percentage ($63,000 ÷ $200,000) 31.5% Total tax before credits Net itemized deductions $ 20,000 $ 6,300 $56,700 $ 4,704 Next, Chris completes Worksheet B to calculate his credit: 1. Enter your Oregon tax before credits from your return for the reported year, as amended or adjusted.... 1. 2. Enter the Oregon tax before credits amount from the duplicate return.................................................... 2. 3. Line 1 minus line 2. This is your Oregon claim of right credit...................................................................... 3. 6,120.00 4,704.00 1,416.00 To claim the Oregon credit, Chris enters $1,416 on Schedule OR-ASC, section F, using credit code 890. Example 3 During 2023, Theresa, a full-year resident, repaid $5,000 of unemployment income she received and reported as taxable income in 2022. During 2022, Theresa was an Idaho resident whose Oregon income was from rental properties. She filed a 2022 Oregon Form OR-40-N to report the rental income, but her unemployment income wasn’t taxable to Oregon. Theresa can’t claim a credit on her 2023 Oregon return for the unemployment income she repaid during 2023 because Oregon didn’t tax that income in 2022. Don’t include this worksheet with your Oregon return. Keep it with your tax records.
Extracted from PDF file 2023-oregon-worksheet-or-crc.pdf, last modified November 2017

More about the Oregon Worksheet OR-CRC Individual Income Tax TY 2023

Did you repay over $3,000 during the year that you reported as taxable income in an earlier year? If so, you may be able to claim a credit on your Oregon return if you have a claim of right deduction or credit on your federal return under IRC § 1341.

We last updated the Claim of Right Income Repayments in January 2024, so this is the latest version of Worksheet OR-CRC, fully updated for tax year 2023. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Worksheet OR-CRC directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Oregon tax forms here.


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Other Oregon Individual Income Tax Forms:

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Form OR-40 Instructions Individual Income Tax Return Instructions for Full-year Residents
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Schedule OR-A Oregon Itemized Deductions
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About the Individual Income Tax

The IRS and most states collect a personal income tax, which is paid throughout the year via tax withholding or estimated income tax payments.

Most taxpayers are required to file a yearly income tax return in April to both the Internal Revenue Service and their state's revenue department, which will result in either a tax refund of excess withheld income or a tax payment if the withholding does not cover the taxpayer's entire liability. Every taxpayer's situation is different - please consult a CPA or licensed tax preparer to ensure that you are filing the correct tax forms!

Historical Past-Year Versions of Oregon Worksheet OR-CRC

We have a total of ten past-year versions of Worksheet OR-CRC in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:


2023 Worksheet OR-CRC

Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

2022 Worksheet OR-CRC

Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

2021 Worksheet OR-CRC

Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

2020 Worksheet OR-CRC

Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

2019 Worksheet OR-CRC

Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

2018 Worksheet OR-CRC

Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

2017 Worksheet OR-CRC

Worksheet OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

2016 Worksheet OR-CRC

Form OR-CRC, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

2015 Worksheet OR-CRC

Form CR, Claim of Right Income Repayments, 150-101-168

Claim of Right Income Repayments 2014 Worksheet OR-CRC

Claim of Right Income Repayments; 150-101-168


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