Form 990-T

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Form 990-T

A form that a tax exempt organization files with the IRS to report its unrelated business income and to figure the tax owed on that income.
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Form SS-8, Returns--Subtitle A Return of Determination of Form 990T, Exempt Partnership Income Worker Status; Organization (including Schedules Form W-2 series of Business Income Tax K-1); returns; Return; Form 5500, Annual Form 990, Return of Form 1040, U.
Shareholders which hold their shares in tax-deferred accounts can receive a refund from the IRS of the taxes paid on their behalf by the Fund on the deemed dividend by having their custodians file IRS Form 990T with the IRS.
Instructions to Form 990T indicate the appropriate lines on the form and necessary attachments needed to complete and process the refund claim.
Not required to be available for public inspection, but mentioned in the text of the accompanying article, are Form 990T, Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return and Form 1120POL, U.
Shareholders which hold their shares in tax-deferred accounts can receive a refund from the IRS of the taxes paid on their behalf by the Company on the deemed dividend by having their custodians file IRS Form 990T with the IRS.
Qualified taxpayers among exempt organizations may also file Form 990T to request the refund.
For example, an exempt organization must file an amended Form 990T, Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return, and a fiduciary must file an amended Form 1041, U.