Form 1120-REIT

Form 1120-REIT

A tax return for the income of a real estate investment trust. An REIT files Form 1120-REIT to report its revenue, expenses, and profits or losses. It also uses Form 1120-REIT to claim deductions and credits, which is especially important in the United States because corporate tax rates historically have been high compared to other countries.
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Form 1120S (S corporation returns), regulated investment companies filing Form 1120-RIC, and real estate investment trusts filing Form 1120-REIT were excluded from tabulations.
A REIT must enter any PHC tax it owes on Schedule J, Tax Computation, of the Form 1120-REIT.
The data used for this analysis were compiled by the Internal Revenue Service's Statistics of Income Division (SOI) from REIT Form 1120-REIT and TRS Form 1120, U.
Figure B Principal Parent Real Estate Investment Trusts: Selected Items, Tax Years 2001-2004 [Money amounts are in millions of dollars] 2001 2002 2003 2004 (1) (2) (4) (3) Number of REITs [1] 139 154 186 249 Number of TRSs owned 361 360 444 587 Total assets 190,563 204,679 272,281 407,661 Total income 22,045 22,883 27,515 35,449 [1] Includes all real estate investment trusts (REITs) for which Form 8875 was filed and identified as the principle "taxable REIT subsidiary" (TRS); for which Form 1120-REIT was filed: for whose TRSs Form 1120 was filed; and for which the year of Form 8875 election was less than or equal to the year of Forms 1120 and 1120-REIT filings.
When an existing C corporation elects REIT status, it does so by filing Form 1120-REIT, U.