What Federal forms and schedules should I include with my tax return when I file? | City of Findlay, Ohio

What Federal forms and schedules should I include with my tax return when I file?


Individual C Corporation S Corporation Partnership-LLC
1040 pages 1 or equivalents (always) 1120 pages 1-5 1120S pages 1-4 1065 pages 1-5
1040 page 2 (if claiming 2106 expenses) Schedules K-1 Schedules K-1
W-2s  1125-A 1125-A 1125-A
Schedule(s) C pages 1-2 4562 4562 4562
4797  4797 4797 4797
Schedule(s) K-1 from 1120-S 8825 8825
Schedule(s) K-1 from 1065 7004 Ext Req 7004 Ext Req 7004 Ext Req
Statements* Statements* Statements* Statements*
Schedule A (if claiming 2106 expenses)
Schedule D (if rental properties were sold)
Schedule E pages 1-2 
Schedule F
1099-MISC (as payer—not as recipient; copies of Forms 1099-MISC issued to the IRS should also be sent to Findlay)
2106 (if claiming unreimbursed employee business expenses and the form is required to be prepared by the IRS)
4835
4868 extension request or equivalent (attach a copy with the return when it is filed)
8582 (if Schedule E rental losses are limited or suspended for Federal tax purposes)
* Most of the return preparation software applications generate supporting or supplemental “statements” that should be included with the filing.

Non-resident individuals should attach any of the above Federal forms or schedules that impact the Findlay return. If you are a sole proprietor who operates a business in Findlay, please attach pages 1 and 2 of your Schedule C, even if page 2 is blank. If you own rental property in Findlay, please attach pages 1 and 2 of your Schedule E. If you sell your rental property within Findlay or sell your building in which you operated your business within Findlay, please attach Form 4797. If you are a non-resident employee who is claiming unreimbursed employee business expenses, please attach pages 1 and 2 of your Federal 1040, Schedule A, and Form 2106, if the 2106 is required to be prepared by the IRS.

The Tax Department honors timely and legitimate Federal extension requests when they are attached to Findlay and Arlington income tax returns that are filed by the extended due date. Most importantly, the extension is for filing the return—not for paying the tax. Interest is due on any tax not paid by the original due date or by the estimate payment due dates.

If you moved to or from Findlay during the year, please include the date(s) of your move(s) on the spaces provided at the upper-right corner on the front of the Findlay return. If you started and/or stopped conducting business within Findlay during the year, please include the effective dates in these same spaces.

If you changed employers or started and/or stopped working in Findlay, or started and/or stopped working in another community while you lived in Findlay, please write the effective date(s) of employment on your W-2 forms.

Please include a daytime phone number at which we can contact you or leave a message.

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