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It is not unusual for an entity to list a return as final and then file another tax return; so if another return is needed it would simply be filed (and again marked as final).
If the 4300 is the amount that was deposited, you said principal, and is just a return from a taxable account (not an IRA or Roth IRA) then none of that return is income that counts toward the $600 filing requirement.
If you do not file another return for the estate and you are the sole beneficiary then you will include the $8 interest on your individual return along with your other interest earned during the year when you file.
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yes the 4300 was in basically a savings type account that earned interest and it earned approx. 8.00 for this year before the check was written to the estate
It seems as though there is not a filing requirement for the estate since there is not a need to file if gross income is less than $600.
If you got the $8 of interest than that amount is to be reported on your return.
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thank you. in this scenario just to make sure I am correct, a 1041 is not required due to the income for the estate to be less than 600. Therefore no K-1 is completed. I just show on my personal return 1040 8 of interest income.
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Yes, there is not a 1041 required due to the income for the estate to be less than 600. Therefore no K-1 is completed.
Yes show on the personal return 1040 8 of interest income that was received.
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