New hampshire - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

New hampshire department of revenue administration l.jpg
Download
1 / 22

BET Business Enterprise Tax. Business Related Taxes. M&R Meals and ... gain or profit, carrying on any business activity within the state, except such ...

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.

Download Presentation

new hampshire

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


New hampshire department of revenue administration l.jpg

NH Small Business Forum

New HampshireDepartment of RevenueAdministration

Asst. Utility Property Appraiser

James W. Sadler


Outline l.jpg

Outline

  • General Information

  • Business Taxes

    • BPT–Business Profits Tax

    • BET–Business Enterprise Tax

  • Business Related Taxes

    • M&R– Meals and Rentals Tax

    • I&D– Interest and Dividends Tax

    • RETT– Real Estate Transfer Tax

  • E-file

  • Forms

  • Filing Errors

  • Other Issues


General information l.jpg

General Information

  • Central Taxpayer Service 603-271-2191

  • Tax Payer AdvocateRobin Paveglio

  • Forms Line603-271-2192

  • Website – www.revenue.nh.gov or

    www.nh.gov/revenue


Nh business taxes bpt l.jpg

NH Business TaxesBPT

  • RSA 77-A, Rev Rule 300

  • 8.5% of taxable business profits

  • Gross business income > $50,000, everywhere


Nh business taxes bpt6 l.jpg

NH Business TaxesBPT

  • Rev 303.01 Compensation for Personal Services of Proprietor, Partner or Member

  • Fair and reasonable...actual personal services

  • ...take into account return on assets and non-owner employees

  • PROP-COMP, PART-COMP Worksheet


Slide8 l.jpg

NH Business TaxesBPT

Comparative Compensation Data, 303.01(e)

  • NH Occupational and Employment Wages NH Department of Employment Security www.nhes.state.nh.us/elmi/oesfiles.htm

    Additional Resource:

  • Occupational Outlook Handbook US Dept. of Labor Statistics http://www.bls.gov/oco/home.htm


Nh business taxes bpt9 l.jpg

NH Business TaxesBPT

Rev 303.03 Net Operating Loss

  • 3 year carryback of NOL no longer required

  • The amount of carryover is limited to $1,000,000 per year

  • NOL carried forward for 10 taxable periods, following the year of the loss


Nh business taxes bet l.jpg

NH Business Taxes BET

  • RSA 77-E, Rev Rule 2400

  • Gross business receipts in excess of $150,000 or Enterprise Value Tax Base > $75,000

  • 0.75% of the Enterprise Value Tax Base


Nh business taxes bet11 l.jpg

NH Business Taxes BET

  • Enterprise Value Tax Base

    Dividends Paid

    Compensation Paid or AccruedInterest Paid or Accrued

  • Credit for BET paid against BPT

  • Carry forward unused credit for 5 taxable periods


Business related taxes m r l.jpg

Business Related TaxesM&R

  • RSA 78-A, Rev Rule 700

  • 8% on meals, motor vehicle rental, or room rentals

  • Commission - retain 3% of the taxes due Return & payment timely filedMaintain appropriate recordsTelefile if prior year >$25,000


Business related taxes i d l.jpg

Business Related TaxesI&D

  • RSA 77, Rev Rule 900

  • Gross interest & dividend income > $2,400

  • 5% of taxable interest & dividends

  • Individuals who are inhabitants of NH

  • Entities with non-transferable sharespossibly - Partnership, LLC, Association, Trust


Business related taxes rett l.jpg

Business Related Taxes RETT

  • RSA 78-B, Rev Rule 800

  • $0.75 per $100 of valuation of sale granting transfer of real estate and any interest therein, buyer and seller both

  • Like-kind exchange – RETT implications

  • Change in entity type

  • Entity to owner

  • Entity to entity


E file payment l.jpg

efile (payment)

  • BPT & BETEstimate, Extension, Return Payment, Amended Return Payment,& Tax Notice Payments

  • I&D, Returns and Payments

  • M&R, Returns and Payments

  • DEMO Mode


E file payment16 l.jpg

efile (payment)


Forms l.jpg

Forms

  • Package X, pdf file, online, free

  • Power of Attorney Check BoxDP-10 I&D Tax FormBT Summary

  • SMLLC – same form as its memberMember is a Corp. use Form NH-1120Member is a Prop. use Form NH-1040Member is a Part. use Form NH-1065Member is a Trust use Form NH-1041


Filing errors l.jpg

Filing Errors

  • Forms out of sequence

  • No signature

  • No BT Summary, neglect Step 2 box

  • Failure to attach federal forms & schedules

  • Failure to correctly report prior payments

  • I&D – Failure to code non-taxable income Section 4


Filing errors19 l.jpg

Filing Errors

  • Estimate payments made under different ID, and failure to report estimates made

  • Extension, no money due

  • Amended return for refund when SOL

  • Spouses filing joint return for 1 proprietorship

  • Apportionment/Separate Accounting

  • SMLLC –DIN or FEIN (no SSN)


Other issues l.jpg

Other Issues

  • Separate Entity“Business Organization” - Each enterprise under this definition shall be subject to taxation under RSA 77-A:2 as a separate entity…

  • Tax Preparation SoftwareComputational errors


Other issues21 l.jpg

Other Issues

  • Definitions Example

  • 77-A:1 I. "Business organization" means any enterprise, whether corporation, partnership, limited liability company, proprietorship, association, business trust, real estate trust or other form of organization; organized for gain or profit, carrying on any business activity within the state, except such enterprises as are expressly made exempt from income taxation under the United States Internal Revenue Code as defined in RSA 77-A: 1, XX. Each enterprise under this definition shall be subject to taxation under RSA 77-A:2 as a separate entity…

  • XII. "Business activity" means a group of actions performed by a business organization for the purpose of earning income or profit from such actions and includes every operation which forms a part of, or a step in, the process of earning income or profit from such group of actions. The actions ordinarily include, but are not limited to, the receipt of money, property, or other items of value and the incurring or payment of expenses. Notwithstanding any other provision of this paragraph, a holder of an ownership interest in a qualified investment company as defined in RSA 77-A:1, XXI, shall not be deemed to be carrying on any business activity within this state due solely to its holding an ownership interest in such qualified investment company…


Thank you l.jpg

Questions?

Thank You


  • Login