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Form 1120

A corporate tax return in the United States. A corporation files Form 1120 to report its revenue, expenses, and profits or losses. It also uses Form 1120 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. Form 1120 generally is filed three months after the end of the corporation's tax year.
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Corporation Income Tax Return and Form 5471, and the taxpayer subsequently submits another Form 2848 designating a different representative and listing Form 5471, but not Form 1120, may the IRS discuss with the second representative the penalties associated with both Forms 1120 and 5471 or only those penalties associated with Form 5471 ?
15, 2003, the taxpayer filed its original Forms 1120 and 1139 for tax year 2002.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of corporate income taxation and Forms 1120 and 1120S preparation.
For tax year 2005 returns that are due in 2006, the regulations require that corporations with total assets of $50 million or more file their Forms 1120 and 1120S electronically.
hour): 20 Level: Update Prerequisite: Knowledge of corporate income taxation and Forms 1120 and 1120S preparation
Except as noted in Exhibit 2 regarding Forms 1120 filed for corporations using June 30 as their tax year, corresponding changes are made for taxpayers that use a fiscal year as their tax year.
Filers of Forms 1120, 1120-C, 1120-E 1120S, 1065 or 1065B must use new Form 1125-A to report cost of goods sold deductions.
Because of the IRS's electronic filing mandate, companies had to direct the attention of their IT staffs to ensuring their ability to file their 2005 Forms 1120 electronically by the extended due date (September 15).
The IRS in February began accepting electronic income tax and information returns from corporations and tax-exempt organizations, significantly reducing the time it takes to file forms 1120 and 990 (www.
The e-file mandates require corporations with gross assets of at least $50 million to e-file their Forms 1120 or 1120S returns beginning in Calendar Year 2006.
Corporations and tax-exempt organizations with total assets of $10 million or more that file at least 250 returns per year are required to e-file their Forms 1120 for the 2007 filing season.
She expressed concern, however, that affording pass-through entities an automatic six-month extension of time may add to the delays in receiving the information necessary for companies to prepare their Forms 1120 (including Schedule M-3) and lead to an increase in the filing of amended returns.