If line 22 (figured without regard to the minimum taxable income rule stated above) is a loss, the estate or trust may have an NOL. Do not include the deductions claimed on lines 13, 18, and 20 when figuring the amount of the NOL.
ou must carry forward the loss to next year and, if, in the final year of the trust there is a capital loss, you pass it on to the beneficiaries on the Sch K-1. Fill out the Capital loss carry-over worksheet to figure the carryover loss to next year
But, you're right no K-1s
You must carry forward the loss to next year and, if, in the final year of the trust there is a capital loss, you pass it on to the beneficiaries on the Sch K-1
Currently the loss is a schedule C.
How do I carry the loss forward?
THere's a worksheet, p 37 I think?
Let me look
Also second part of my question, do I distribute the dividend now?
Sorry, page 8 of the instructions for 1041, but your software should generate that
I am not using software. I have a very limited budget so doing it manually.
K, and yes, the dividends can be distributed and THAT will call for K-1
The IRS agent said I did not need to distribute the dividend and that I should attach
the NOL form declined a loss carry back. Do you concur?
That's right you do not HAVE to, the trust will pay the tax, however ... and on the NOL...
Yep businesses can
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OK My question is In 2013, I sold my deceased husband's dental practice goodwill
and as he was a schedule C unincorporated filer, will that income be
capital gains or regular income as reported?
was the good will, generic goodwill or were there client lists, etc?
I actually sold the dental charts and access to these patients.
OK just a sec...
It's capital gain ... This is still a decent result for Dr. Buyer, because what is paid for goodwill will be deductible, though over a relatively slow 15 years. Gain on the sale of the tangible practice assets is typically taxed to Dr. Seller at the higher ordinary income tax rates, and deductible to Dr. Buyer much more quickly.
Charts and patient access is good will/capital gain
See this: http://www.mydentalpractice.net/dental-practice-sales-tax-strategies.html
That is very helpful.
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Here's the IRS guidance on this:http://www.irs.gov/publications/p544/ch02.html#en_US_publink100072518
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