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Реквизиты для оплаты госпошлины

На нашем сайте появилась возможность формирования квитанции для оплаты государственной пошлины. Теперь не надо копаться в различных кодах КБК, проверять правильность и актуальность реквизитов, ведь в случае ошибки, неправильно совершенный платеж будет вернуть очень проблемно. Как правило плательщики узнают о том, что совершили платеж по неверным реквизитом только в налоговой инспекции, когда налоговый инспектор не принимает ваши документы.

Теперь все что вам необходимо — это выбрать вид платежа и заполнить все необходимые поля. Для Вас сформируется квитанция для оплаты, по реквизитам которой платеж поступит точно по назначению. Квитанция оплачивается в банке и прикладывается ко всем документам.


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для оплаты государственной пошлины

Какие виды госпошлины можно оплатить?

  • Госпошлина за регистрацию юридических лиц
  • Госпошлина за регистрацию индивидуальных предпринимателей
  • Госпошлина за повторную выдачу свидетельства о постановке на учет в налоговй
  • Оплата за получение данных и документов из Единого Государственного реестра Юридических лиц
  • Оплата за получение данных из Единого Государственного реестра Индивидуальных предпринимателей
  • Оплата за получение данных из Единого Государственного реестра Налогоплательщиков
  • Оплата за получение данных из реестра дисквалифицированных лиц
  • Пошлина за аккредитацию филиалов, представительств иностранных организаций, создаваемых на территории РФ

Вниманию плательщиков государственной пошлины!

Очень часто налогоплательщики ломают голову по каким реквизитам совершить платеж за регистрацию ЮЛ или получения сведений из ЕГРЮЛ. Теперь все очень просто и доступно.

Для оплаты госпошлины электронно, ИНН физического лица заполняется обязательно!

Надо только выбрать вид необходимого платежа, и заполнить данные плательщика, который оплачивает госпошлину. Система сама сформирует вам квитанцию и все что Вам останется — это произвести платеж удобным способом.

Новые коды КБК — Коды бюджетной классификации

Если Вы решили оплатить пошлину самостоятельно, то предоставляем Вам новые коды КБК представленные ниже. Мы рекомендуем Вам оплачивать пошлину используя сервис налоговой.

Для получения сведений из единого реестра налогоплательщиков необходимо оплатить госпошлину по следующим платежным реквизитам:

КБК – 182 113 01020 01 6000 130 – плата за выписку из ЕГРЮЛ или ЕГРИП
—    Банк получателя – Отделение 1 Москва   г. Москва 705
—    счет  40101810800000010041
—    БИК  044583001
—    ИНН и КПП получателя средств — МИФНС России № 46 по г. Москве

7733506810/773301001

— получатель УФК по г. Москве (МИФНС России № 46 по г.Москве)
— код ОКАТО муниципального территориального образования 45 373 000

 

КБК – 182 1 08 07310 01 1000 110 – госпошлина за повторную выдачу свидетельства о постановке на учет в налоговом органе;

— Банк получателя – Отделение 1 Москва г. Москва 705
— счет 40101810800000010041
— БИК 044583001
— ИНН и КПП получателя средств — ИФНС России № 26 по г. Москве

7726062105/772601001

— получатель УФК по г. Москве (ИФНС России № 26 по г.Москве)
— код ОКАТО муниципального территориального образования 45 920 000

В случае оплаты госпошлины за государственную регистрацию юридического лица или индивидуального предпринимателя:

КБК – 182 108 07010 01 1000 110 – госпошлина за регистрацию ООО,  индивидуального предпринимателя. Также взимается при регистрации изменений в учредительных документах юридического лица, при ликвидации юридического лица и другие юридически значимые действия;

КБК – 182 108 07030 01 1000 110 – государственная пошлина за право пользования наименований «Россия», «Российская Федерация» и образованных на их основе слов и словосочетаний в наименовании юридических лиц;

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Образцы заполнения платежных документов на уплату государственной пошлины за государственную регистрацию юридических лиц и индивидуальных предпринимателей, за предоставление сведений за предоставление информации из ЕГРЮЛ, ЕГРИП | ФНС России
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Таблица публикации сведений о реквизитах платежных документов, подтверждающих уплату государственной пошлины при государственной регистрации юридических лиц или оплату услуг за предоставление сведений из ЕГРЮЛ | ФНС России
Таблица публикации сведений о реквизитах платежных документов, подтверждающих уплату государственной пошлины при государственной регистрации юридических лиц или оплату услуг за предоставление сведений из ЕГРЮЛ | ФНС России | 78 Санкт-Петербург 90000 Tax Withholding for Government Workers 90001 90002 In most cases, individuals who serve as public officials are government employees. Therefore, the government entity is responsible for withholding and paying Federal income tax, social security and Medicare taxes. They must also issue a Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, to a public official. These facts and relevant examples are discussed in detail in Publication 15-A, and on the Independent Contractor or Employee? page. 90003 90004 Public Officials, Elected Officials and Public Officers 90005 90002 Internal Revenue Code section 3401 (c) indicates that an «officer, employee, or elected official» of government is an employee for income tax withholding purposes.However, in some special cases the law or a Section 218 Agreement may specify otherwise. 90003 90002 The courts generally define «public official» and «public officer» to mean anyone who exercises significant authority pursuant to public laws. This includes any official who administers or enforces public laws whether the public elected the individual or an office appointed them. 90003 90002 Regulations for section 1402, addressing the applicability of self-employment tax, indicate that performance of the functions of a public office does not constitute a trade or business.Therefore, holders of «public office» are not subject to self-employment tax. An exception applies for certain public officials paid solely on a fee basis (see below). All other holders of public office, paid on a salary basis, are excepted from self-employment tax and are presumed to be employees receiving wages. 90003 90004 Definition of «Public Office» 90005 90002 The following facts indicate that an office is a «public office»: 90003 90016 90017 The constitution, legislation, or a municipality or other body with authority conferred by the legislature created the office 90018 90017 The office was delegated a portion of the powers of a government body 90018 90017 Legislative authority or law defined, either directly or indirectly, the powers conferred and the duties to be discharged by the office 90018 90023 90002 Section 218 Agreement Common-law rules 90003 90016 90017 Government Worker Classification 90018 90017 The office performs its duties independently and without control of a superior power other than the law 90018 90017 The office has some permanency and continuity 90018 90017 The officer takes an official oath 90018 90023 90002 Examples of public officers include: 90003 90016 90017 President and the vice president 90018 90017 Governor or mayor 90018 90017 Secretary of state 90018 90017 A member of a legislative body such as a state legislature, county commission, city council, school board, utility or hospital district 90018 90017 A judge, a justice of the peace, a county or city attorney, a marshal, a sheriff, a constable and a registrar of deeds 90018 90017 Tax collectors and assessors 90018 90017 Members of advisory boards and committees like boards of education, water boards and other boards and commissions 90018 90023 90002 If there is not any authority in a public law to hire or elect an individual to fill a position, a determination must be made about the employment status of that position under the general common-law rules.90003 90056 Fee-Basis Officials 90005 90002 A fee-basis public official receives and retains remuneration directly from the public. This work is considered self-employment under IRC 1402 (c) (2) (E) and these individuals are not employees with respect to this work. An official who receives salary, even if it’s called «fees,» is a common-law employee and is subject to social security and Medicare withholding. Fee-basis public officials are subject to self-employment tax. 90003 90002 A position compensated by salary and fees is considered a fee-basis position if the fees are the principal source of compensation, unless a state law provides that a position for which any salary is paid is not a fee-basis position.A Section 218 Agreement may provide an exclusion from social security tax for individuals. 90003 90004 Emergency Workers 90005 90002 Individuals hired on a temporary basis in case of fire, storm, snow, earthquake, flood or other emergencies are excluded from social security and Medicare under IRC 3121 (b) (7) (F) (iii). This does not include permanent employees, both full time and part time, who work regularly in response to emergencies; these individuals are subject to social security and Medicare if they are common-law employees.90003 90004 Election Workers 90005 90002 Election workers are common-law employees; however, under IRC 3121b) (7) (F) (iv) an exception from FICA is provided for election officials and workers who earn less than a specified amount for a calendar year ($ 1,700 for 2016). See Election Workers: Reporting and Withholding for details and relevant examples. 90003 90004 Medical Residents 90005 90002 Most medical residents meet the tests to be common-law employees and are therefore employees of the hospital where they work.However, under IRC 3121 (b) (10), enrolled students who work less than full-time and for whom education, not employment, is the primary purpose of the relationship, may be excepted from FICA. See Internal Revenue Bulletin: 2005-2. 90003 90002 Refer to Publication 963 (PDF), Federal State Reference Guide for details on Section 218 Agreements and all classes of workers mentioned above. 90003 .90000 Work Opportunity Tax Credit | Internal Revenue Service 90001 90002 The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a Federal tax credit available to employers for hiring individuals from certain targeted groups who have consistently faced significant barriers to employment. 90003 90002 WOTC joins other workforce programs that incentivize workplace diversity and facilitate access to good jobs for American workers. 90003 90002 The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (the PATH Act) retroactively allows eligible employers to claim the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) for all targeted group employee categories that were in effect prior to the enactment of the PATH Act, if the individual began or begins work for the employer after December 31, 2014 and before January 1, 2021.For tax-exempt employers, the PATH Act retroactively allows them to claim the WOTC for qualified veterans who begin work for the employer after December 31, 2014 and before January 1, 2021. The PATH Act also added a new targeted group category to include qualified long-term unemployment recipients. 90003 90008 Targeted Groups 90009 90002 Employers can hire eligible employees from the following target groups for WOTC. 90003 90002 An individual who is a member of a family receiving assistance under a state plan approved under part A of title IV of the Social Security Act relating to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).The assistance must be received for any 9-month period during the 18-month period ending on the hiring date. 90003 90002 A «qualified veteran» is a veteran who is any of the following: 90003 90016 90017 A member of a family receiving assistance under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (food stamps) for at least 3 months during the first 15 months of employment. 90018 90017 Unemployed for a period totaling at least 4 weeks (whether or not consecutive) but less than 6 months in the 1-year period ending on the hiring date.90018 90017 Unemployed for a period totaling at least 6 months (whether or not consecutive) in the 1-year period ending on the hiring date. 90018 90017 A disabled veteran entitled to compensation for a service-connected disability hired not more than one year after being discharged or released from active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. 90018 90017 A disabled veteran entitled to compensation for a service-connected disability who is unemployed for a period totaling at least six months (whether or not consecutive) in the one-year period ending on the hiring date.90018 90027 90002 See IRS Notice 2012-13 (PDF) for more detailed information. 90029 90003 90002 A «qualified ex-felon» is a person hired within a year of: 90003 90016 90017 Being convicted of a felony or 90018 90017 Being released from prison from the felony 90018 90027 90002 A DCR is an individual who, on the date of hiring 90003 90016 90017 Is at least 18 years old and under 40, 90018 90017 Resides within one of the following: 90016 90017 An Empowerment zone 90018 90017 An Enterprise community 90018 90017 A Renewal community 90018 90027 90018 90017 AND continues to reside at the locations after employment.90018 90027 90002 A «vocational rehabilitation referral» is a person who has a physical or mental disability and has been referred to the employer while receiving or upon completion of rehabilitative services pursuant to: 90003 90016 90017 A state plan approved under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 OR 90018 90017 An Employment Network Plan under the Ticket to Work program, OR 90018 90017 A program carried out under the Department of Veteran Affairs. 90018 90027 90002 A «qualified summer youth employee» is one who: 90003 90016 90017 Is at least 16 years old, but under 18 on the date of hire or on May 1, whichever is later, AND 90018 90017 Is only employed between May 1 and September 15 (was not employed prior to May 1st) AND 90018 90017 Resides in an Empowerment Zone (EZ), enterprise community or renewal community.90018 90027 90002 A «qualified SNAP benefits recipient» is an individual who on the date of hire is: 90003 90016 90017 At least 18 years old and under 40, AND 90018 90017 A member of a family that received SNAP benefits for: 90016 90017 the previous 6 months OR 90018 90017 at least 3 of the previous 5 months. 90018 90027 90018 90027 90002 An individual is a «qualified SSI recipient» if a month for which this person received SSI benefits is within 60 days of the date this person is hired.90003 90002 A «long term family recipient» is an individual who at the time of hiring is a member of a family that meet one of the following conditions: 90003 90016 90017 Received assistance under an IV-A program for a minimum of the prior 18 consecutive months; OR 90018 90017 Received assistance for 18 months beginning after 8/5/1997 and it has not been more than 2 years since the end of the earliest of such 18-month period; OR 90018 90017 Ceased to be eligible for such assistance because a Federal or State law limited the maximum time those payments could be made, and it has been not more than 2 years since the cessation.90018 90027 90002 A qualified long-term unemployment recipient is one who has been unemployed for not less than 27 consecutive weeks at the time of hiring and received unemployment compensation during some or all or the unemployment period. 90003 90008 Pre-screening and Certification 90009 90002 An employer must obtain certification that an individual is a member of the targeted group, before the employer may claim the credit. An eligible employer must file Form 8850, Pre-Screening Notice and Certification Request for the Work Opportunity Credit, with their respective state workforce agency within 28 days after the eligible worker begins work.90003 90002 Employers should contact their individual state workforce agency with any specific processing questions for Forms 8850. 90003 90008 Limitations on the Credits 90009 90002 The credit is limited to the amount of the business income tax liability or social security tax owed. 90003 90002 A taxable business may apply the credit against its business income tax liability, and the normal carry-back and carry-forward rules apply. See the instructions for Form 3800, General Business Credit, for more details.90003 90002 For qualified tax-exempt organizations, the credit is limited to the amount of employer social security tax owed on wages paid to all employees for the period the credit is claimed. 90003 90008 Claiming the Credit 90009 90002 Qualified tax-exempt organizations will claim the credit on Form 5884-C, Work Opportunity Credit for Qualified Tax-Exempt Organizations Hiring Qualified Veterans, as a credit against the employer’s share of Social Security tax. The credit will not affect the employer’s Social Security tax liability reported on the organization’s employment tax return.90003 90008 Taxable Employers 90009 90002 After the required certification is secured, taxable employers claim the tax credit as a general business credit on Form 3800 against their income tax by filing the following: 90003 90008 Tax-exempt Employers 90009 90002 Qualified tax-exempt organizations described in IRC Section 501 (c) and exempt from taxation under IRC Section 501 (a), may claim the credit for qualified veterans who begin work on or after December 31, 2014 року, and before January 1, 2021 .90003 90002 After the required certification (Form 8850) is secured, tax-exempt employers claim the credit against the employer social security tax by separately filing Form 5884-C, Work Opportunity Credit for Qualified Tax-Exempt Organizations Hiring Qualified Veterans. 90003 90002 File Form 5884-C after filing the related employment tax return for the period that the credit is claimed. The IRS recommends that qualified tax-exempt employers do not reduce their required deposits in anticipation of any credit.The credit will not affect the employer’s Social Security tax liability reported on the organization’s employment tax return. 90003 .90000 Government Entities and Their Federal Tax Obligations 90001 90002 Federal and state governments are established and recognized by the U.S. Constitution and state constitutions. Federally recognized Indian tribal governments are recognized by the U.S. Constitution, treaties, statutes and court decisions. Other entities may be recognized as governments by state law, court decision, or an examination of facts and circumstances that indicate it has the characteristics of a government, such as powers of taxation, law enforcement and civil authority.90003 90002 Many tax laws apply differently to government entities than to other organizations and individuals. The primary tax difference from other taxpayers is the general exemption from income tax. IRC Section 115 excludes from gross income any income derived from the exercise of or administration of any public function. 90003 90006 Federal tax obligations 90007 90002 Employment taxes 90009 Also known as 90010 payroll taxes 90011, government entities must withhold federal income tax from employees ‘wages.90003 90002 Social Security & Medicare 90009 Government entities may be required to withhold social security and Medicare taxes from employees ‘wages and pay a matching amount. 90003 90002 Section 218 Agreements 90009 State and local government entities may be covered by Section 218 agreements that affect their social security & Medicare withholding requirements. 90003 90002 Retirement plan reporting 90009 Retirement plans must file certain forms and reports with the IRS and the Department of Labor and send out notices to plan participants and certain others.90003 90006 What are government entities? 90007 90002 In most cases it is clear that an entity is governmental; however, in some cases it may not be immediately clear. The identity of an entity as a government is based on constitutional, federal, and state law, as well as on court decisions. 90003 90002 Below are the different types of government entities and how each authority is established. 90003 90028 90029 State Government 90030 90031 90002 Although states are recognized as entities by the U.S. Constitution, different definitions of a «state» apply for different legal purposes. Federal employment taxes generally apply to all 50 states, the District of Columbia and all U.S. Territories. For purposes of a Section 218 Agreement, a state includes the 50 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and interstate instrumentalities. It does not include the District of Columbia, Guam, American Samoa or the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. 90003 90002 The states have primary responsibility for many aspects of government.The 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reserves to the states or to the people all powers not delegated nor prohibited by the Constitution. Some services for which the state has primary responsibility include: 90003 90036 90037 Protection of lives and property by maintenance of a police force 90038 90037 Regulation and improvement of transportation within the state 90038 90037 Regulation of business within the state 90038 90037 Education 90038 90045 90028 90029 Local Government and Subdivisions 90030 90031 90002 Local governments are generally political subdivisions of states and differ from state and federal governments in that their authority is not based directly on a constitution.Each state constitution describes in detail a procedure for establishing local governments. In most cases the state legislature must approve the creation or incorporation of a local government. The local government then receives a charter defining its organization, authority and responsibilities, including the means for electing governing officials. 90003 90002 Local government units bear a variety of names, such as city, county, township, village, parish, district, etc. The legal significance of these terms may vary from state to state.90003 90002 The authority of local governments varies greatly. Generally, a local government has the authority to: 90003 90036 90037 Impose taxes 90038 90037 Try people accused of breaking local laws or ordinances 90038 90037 Administer local programs within its boundaries 90038 90045 90028 90029 Indian Tribal Governments 90030 90031 90002 Tribal entities are recognized as governments under Federal law. Numerous statutes establish the treatment of tribes for Federal tax purposes and the criteria for identifying state and local governments discussed below do not apply.For more information on the tax treatment of tribes, see Indian Tribal Governments. 90003 90028 90029 Instrumentalities 90030 90031 90002 An instrumentality is an organization created by or pursuant to state statute and operated for public purposes. Generally, an instrumentality performs governmental functions, but does not have the full powers of a government, such as police authority, taxation and eminent domain. A wholly-owned instrumentality of one or more states or political subdivisions is treated as a state or local government employer for purposes of the mandatory social security and Medicare provisions and also applies to entities covered under Section 218 of the Social Security Act.See IRC section 3121 (b) (7) (F). 90003 90002 An interstate instrumentality is an independent legal entity organized by two or more states to carry on governmental functions. Examples include a regional planning authority, transportation system or water district. For purposes of Section 218, an interstate instrumentality is treated as a state. 90003 90002 In Revenue Ruling 57-128, the IRS addressed the question of whether an organization is wholly-owned by one or more states or political subdivisions.In making this determination, the following factors are taken into consideration: 90003 90036 90037 Whether it is used for a governmental purpose and performs a governmental function 90038 90037 Whether performance of its function is on behalf of one or more states or political subdivisions 90038 90037 Whether there are any private interests involved, or whether the states or political subdivisions involved have the powers and interests of an owner 90038 90037 Whether control and supervision of the organizations is vested in public authority or authorities 90038 90037 Whether express or implied statutory or other authority is necessary for its creation and / or use of the instrumentality, and whether such authority exists 90038 90037 The degree of financial autonomy and the source of operating expenses 90038 90045 90028 90029 Characteristics of Instrumentalities 90030 90031 90002 Schools, hospitals and libraries, as well as associations formed for public purposes, such as soil and water conservation, may be instrumentalities, depending on the facts and circumstances.State sponsorship of an organization, state regulation of its activities, the participation of its employees in a public retirement system and operation with public funds are among the factors to be considered in determining whether an organization is an instrumentality. If an organization is essentially under private ownership and control, it is not an instrumentality. Associations formed for conservation, protection and promotion, although carrying out a public purpose, may not rise to the level of state instrumentalities.The following associations may or may not be state instrumentalities: 90003 90036 90037 Soil and water conservation districts 90038 90037 Fire associations that protect forestland 90038 90037 Associations that promote a state or municipality 90038 90045 90002 To determine the status of an entity, it is essential to review the documents that establish statutory authority. See IRS Revenue Ruling 57-128 for additional information. 90003 .90000 Topic No. 431 Canceled Debt — Is It Taxable or Not? 90001 90002 If you borrow money and are legally obligated to repay a fixed or determinable amount at a future date, you have a debt. You may be personally liable for a debt or may own a property that’s subject to a debt. 90003 90002 If your debt is forgiven or discharged for less than the full amount you owe, the debt is considered canceled in the amount that you do not have to pay. The law provides several exceptions, however, in which the amount you do not have to pay is not canceled debt.These exceptions will be discussed later. Cancellation of a debt may occur if the creditor can not collect, or gives up on collecting, the amount you’re obligated to pay. If you own property subject to a debt, cancellation of the debt also may occur because of a foreclosure, a repossession, a voluntary transfer of the property to the lender, abandonment of the property, or a mortgage modification. 90003 90002 In general, if you have cancellation of debt income because your debt is canceled, forgiven, or discharged for less than the amount you must pay, the amount of the canceled debt is taxable and you must report the canceled debt on your tax return for the year the cancellation occurs.The canceled debt is not taxable, however, if the law specifically allows you to exclude it from gross income. These specific exclusions will be discussed later. 90003 90002 After a debt is canceled, the creditor may send you a Form 1099-C, Cancellation of Debt (PDF) showing the amount of cancellation of debt and the date of cancellation, among other things. If you received a Form 1099-C showing incorrect information, contact the creditor to make corrections. For example, if the creditor is continuing to try to collect the debt after sending you a Form 1099-C, the creditor may not have canceled the debt and, as a result, you may not have income from a canceled debt.You should verify with the creditor your specific situation. Your responsibility to report the taxable amount of canceled debt as income on your tax return for the year when the cancellation occurs does not change whether or not you receive a correct Form 1099-C. 90003 90002 In general, you must report any taxable amount of a canceled debt as ordinary income from the cancellation of debt on Form 1040, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return (PDF), Form 1040-SR, U.S. Tax Return for Seniors (PDF) or Form 1040-NR, U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return (PDF) as «other income» if the debt is a nonbusiness debt, or on an applicable schedule if the debt is a business debt. See Publication 4681, Canceled Debts, Foreclosures, Repossessions, and Abandonments (for Individuals) (PDF). 90003 90002 90013 Caution: 90014 If property secured your debt and the creditor takes that property in full or partial satisfaction of your debt, you’re treated as having sold that property to the creditor. Your tax treatment depends on whether you were personally liable for the debt (recourse debt) or not personally liable for the debt (nonrecourse debt).90003 90002 If your property was subject to a recourse debt, your amount realized is the fair market value (FMV) of the property. Your ordinary income from the cancellation of the debt is the amount of the debt in excess of the FMV of the property that the lender forgives. You must include this cancellation of debt in your income unless an exception or exclusion, discussed below, applies. The difference between the FMV and your adjusted basis (usually your cost) will be gain or loss on the disposition of the property.90003 90002 If your property was subject to a nonrecourse debt, your amount realized is the entire amount of the nonrecourse debt plus the amount of cash and the FMV of any property you received. You will not have ordinary income resulting from debt cancellation. 90003 90002 The examples below show the difference between how recourse and nonrecourse debt is treated. 90003 90022 90023 You bought a boat for personal use for $ 20,000, paying $ 2,000 down and signing a recourse note for $ 18,000.After paying down $ 4,000 on the note, you are no longer able to make payments. The boat dealer repossesses the boat, which is now worth $ 11,000. You will have ordinary income from cancellation of debt of $ 3,000 ($ 14,000 remaining debt owed minus $ 11,000 FMV of boat). You will have a $ 9,000 loss on disposition of the boat, the difference between the boat’s FMV of $ 11,000 (the amount you realized on repossession) minus $ 20,000 (your adjusted basis in the boat). 90024 90023 The facts are the same except that you signed a nonrecourse note when buying the boat.When the dealer repossesses the boat, you will have a loss of $ 6,000, the difference between the $ 14,000 amount realized (the face amount of the remaining debt) and $ 20,000 (your adjusted basis in the boat). You have no ordinary income from cancellation of the debt. 90024 90027 90002 See Publication 4681, Canceled Debts, Foreclosures, Repossessions, and Abandonments (for Individuals) (PDF) for detailed information on canceled debt and on reporting gain or loss from repossession, foreclosure, or abandonment of property.See also Publication 544, Sales and Other Dispositions of Assets and Publication 523, Selling Your Home. 90003 90002 90003 90002 Amounts that meet the requirements for any of the following exceptions are not cancellation of debt income. 90003 90034 EXCEPTIONS to Cancellation of Debt Income: 90035 90002 90003 90022 90023 Amounts canceled as gifts, bequests, devises, or inheritances 90024 90023 Certain qualified student loans canceled under the loan provisions that the loans would be canceled if you work for a certain period of time in certain professions for a broad class of employers 90024 90023 Certain other education loan repayment or loan forgiveness programs to help provide health services in certain areas.90024 90023 Amounts of canceled debt that would be deductible if you, as a cash basis taxpayer, paid it 90024 90023 A qualified purchase price reduction given by the seller of property to the buyer 90024 90023 Any Pay-for-Performance Success Payments that reduce the principal balance of your home mortgage under the Home Affordable Modification Program 90024 90023 Amounts from student loans discharged on the account of death or total and permanent disability of the student. 90024 90027 90002 90003 90002 Amounts that meet the requirements for any of the following exclusions are not included in income, even though they’re cancellation of debt income.90003 90034 EXCLUSIONS from Gross Income: 90035 90002 90003 90022 90023 Debt canceled in a Title 11 bankruptcy case 90024 90023 Debt canceled to the extent insolvent 90024 90023 Cancellation of qualified farm indebtedness 90024 90023 Cancellation of qualified real property business indebtedness 90024 90023 Cancellation of qualified principal residence indebtedness that is discharged subject to an arrangement that is entered into and evidenced in writing before January 1, 2021 90024 90027 90002 90003 90002 Generally, if you exclude canceled debt from income under one of the exclusions listed above, you must reduce certain tax attributes (certain credits and carryovers, losses and carryovers, basis of assets, etc.) (But not below zero) by the amount excluded. You must attach to your tax return a Form 982, Reduction of Tax Attributes Due to Discharge of Indebtedness (and Section 1082 Basis Adjustment) (PDF) to report the amount qualifying for exclusion and any corresponding reduction of those tax attributes. For cancellation of qualified principal residence indebtedness that you exclude from income, you must only reduce your basis in your principal residence. 90003 90034 Additional Information 90035 90002 Please see IR-2020-11 for guidance for students with discharged student loans and their creditors.90003 90002 Refer to Publication 4681, Canceled Debts, Foreclosures, Repossessions, and Abandonments (for Individuals) (PDF) for more detailed information regarding taxability of canceled debt, how to report it, and related exceptions and exclusions. Publication 525, Taxable and Nontaxable Income contains additional information. If you received a Form 1099-A, Acquisition or Abandonment of Secured Property (PDF), review Topic No. 432 for more information. Refer to Do I Have Cancellation of Debt Income on My Personal Residence? to determine if any of the debt canceled on your principal residence is required to be included as income on your federal tax return.90003 .

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