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Reporting a Home Foreclosure: Form 1099-A

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This post was updated in April 2018 When a house is foreclosed upon by the bank, the owners typically receive Form 1099-A from their mortgage lender showing several pieces of important information. The owners will need the information on Form 1099-A to report the foreclosure on their tax return. Taxpayers are required by law to report the foreclosure just like...Read More

For the Record: Form 1065 Schedule K-1

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 Keeping your financial records organized is important when you run a business, especially if your business is a partnership. It’s easy to assume your partner will hold onto all the important tax documents- but what if he doesn’t? Form 1065 (Schedule K-1) is the IRS’s way of encouraging you to keep your own copies for...Read More

Non Profits on a Mission: Annual Reporting with Form 990

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Last month, the staff at PDFfiller.com introduced all our favorite non profit charities, all of which are on amazing missions. If you missed our stellar list, check it out here. The non profit groups we highlighted, and thousands of other organizations across the country, are classified as tax-exempt. Every year, these tax-exempt foundations need to complete Form...Read More

U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return: Form 1120

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According to Investopedia.com, a corporation is a “legal entity that is separate and distinct from its owners. Corporations enjoy most of the rights and responsibilities that an individual possesses; that is, a corporation has the right to enter into contracts, loan and borrow money, sue and be sued, hire employees, own assets and pay taxes. The most...Read More