Tag Archives: K-1

Shut it Down

Today TaxMama® hears from Jeb in the TaxQuips Forum, with a long, complicated issue.  Let me summarize. “We want to close down our 3-member LLC, but there are outstanding issues. The CPA says we all need to file extensions, but one member has a big refund and wants it now. What can we do?”

Claiming My Investments

Today TaxMama® hears from Jeff in the TaxQuips Forum who is becoming an investor.  “Last year I invested in $20k a business & $5k this year. In return I have a 25% share of the LLC. I did not claim any of it on this year’s tax return. Can I? And how do I claim […]

Real Estate Sales

Today TaxMama hears from Fred in the TaxQuips Forum, with a technical question. “Page 32 of the 2010 Instructions for Form 1120S (the S Corporation tax form) explains how to determine the adjusted gain or loss to enter on line 15b of the 1120S schedule K-1 (the partners’ share of income and transactions). Then it […]

Sale of Inherited Home

Today TaxMama hears from Dottie in Massachusetts with this question. “Does the maximum personal residence exclusion apply to someone who inherited a home, had it for 370 days, sold it for a long-term capital gain and received a K-1? He and his dad had lived in the home for 10 yrs previously.”

1099 Instead of K-1

Today TaxMama hears from Rob in Florida. He tells, “I sold my majority interest in an LLC (filing as a partnership with pass-through income) to another partner for $10.00 on August 11, 2008. The partnership’s CPA sent me a 1099-MISC with an amount entered into nonemployee compensation. I was expecting a K-1. Is the 1099 […]

Death’s Split

Today TaxMama hears from Janet from the South who asks for help with Form 1041, “I am settling our mothers estate and it seems the $12,000 income from one investment will require that we issue K-1s to the three heirs. Other than that, it appears no other income needs to be taxed or reported since […]