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How does a partnership file for an extension?

If an extension has been granted for federal purposes, the extension is also granted for Alabama purposes; the Federal Form 7004 must be submitted with the Form 65. The extension only applies to filing a return; no extensions are granted for payment of taxes due.

ALL COMPOSITE RETURN TAX PAYMENTS ARE DUE BY THE ORIGINAL DUE DATE OF THE RETURN. Taxes not paid on or before the original due date will be subject to interest at the rate provided in §40-1-44, Code of Alabama 1975, and all applicable penalties until paid. Payments should be submitted with Form PTE-V Pass Through Income Tax Voucher.

If an extension has been granted for federal purposes, the extension is also granted for Alabama purposes; the Federal Form 7004 must be submitted with the Form 65. The extension only applies to filing a return; no extensions are granted for payment of taxes due.

ALL COMPOSITE RETURN TAX PAYMENTS ARE DUE BY THE ORIGINAL DUE DATE OF THE RETURN. Taxes not paid on or before the original due date will be subject to interest at the rate provided in §40-1-44, Code of Alabama 1975, and all applicable penalties until paid. Payments should be submitted with Form PTE-V Pass Through Income Tax Voucher.

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Yes, federal taxes paid by the estate on federal Form 706 may be claimed by the estate in the year they are paid.

Yes, federal income tax paid by the estate or trust is allowed as a deduction on Alabama Form 41.

If an income tax return preparer prepares 25 or more acceptable, original fiduciary income tax returns using tax preparation software in a calendar year, then for that calendar year and for each subsequent calendar year thereafter, all acceptable fiduciary income tax returns prepared by that income tax preparer must be filed using electronic technology, as defined in the “Electronic Tax Return Filing Act,” as codified in Chapter 30 of Title 40, Code of Alabama 1975.

The excess loss on termination may not be passed along to the grantor or beneficiary of an estate or irrevocable trust.

Estate Tax Waivers are no longer required to be filed for estates whose owners

died after Dec. 31, 2004.

Mandatory e-filing for Form 41 – Rule 810-3-29-.08 was approved by the Alabama Department of Revenue and became effective December 15, 2015. It applies to all fiduciary returns required to be filed for taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2016.