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artjog12
Level 1

K-1

My K-1, Part 111, line 6a shows $488 as Ordinary Dividends. This same amount also shows up on line 16, first as Code B "Gross Income from all sources", then as Code F "Foreign Gross Income - Passive category." I never received any funds. So, my question = Is that never-received $488, taxable?
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KarenM90
Level 11

K-1

Yes, Income reported on 6a is taxable dividend income.  If you believe this was a mistake, you should contact the partnership/company to get more information.

 

If your K-1 is from an MLP please note the description of how MLP Income works from the article link below:  "MLPs and other partnerships, however, work differently from most stocks. Tax law allows MLPs to avoid having to pay tax at the business-entity level, which gives them an advantage over regular corporations that have to pay corporate tax. The trade-off, though, is that MLPs have to pass through any income they earn to their owners. Even if a partnership doesn't end up paying out income, those requirements force MLP investors to include portions of income on their tax returns."

 

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KarenM90
Level 11

K-1

Yes, Income reported on 6a is taxable dividend income.  If you believe this was a mistake, you should contact the partnership/company to get more information.

 

If your K-1 is from an MLP please note the description of how MLP Income works from the article link below:  "MLPs and other partnerships, however, work differently from most stocks. Tax law allows MLPs to avoid having to pay tax at the business-entity level, which gives them an advantage over regular corporations that have to pay corporate tax. The trade-off, though, is that MLPs have to pass through any income they earn to their owners. Even if a partnership doesn't end up paying out income, those requirements force MLP investors to include portions of income on their tax returns."

 

The Motley Fool Regarding MLP's

 

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"
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