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charliehu
Level 2

How to answer "Did either of you make money in any other states?"

I live in MA. I don't personally own rental properties in RI but my LLC owns rental property in RI. Should I answer the question with Yes or No?

 

 

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Mike9241
Level 15

How to answer "Did either of you make money in any other states?"

the question doesn't ask if you personally own property in other states it asks if you made money in any other states. the short answer is yes because that income passes through to you.

 

 

charliehu
Level 2

How to answer "Did either of you make money in any other states?"

The rental income was in LLC and 1065 was filed. I received K1 from LLC. Still have doubt whether to answer 'Yes' here.

Carl
Level 15

How to answer "Did either of you make money in any other states?"

Doesn't matter. Bottom line is, you did "in fact" make money in another state. Period.

tagteam
Level 15

How to answer "Did either of you make money in any other states?"


@charliehu wrote:

The rental income was in LLC and 1065 was filed. I received K1 from LLC. Still have doubt whether to answer 'Yes' here.


@charliehu 

 

Since the LLC had RI source income, did the LLC file an RI-1065 (and associated K-1s)?

 

See http://www.tax.ri.gov/taxforms/corporate.php

Mike9241
Level 15

How to answer "Did either of you make money in any other states?"

if you follow through on your logic that you don't own the property then why are you reporting it for Federal purposes? 

BrotherRick
Level 2

How to answer "Did either of you make money in any other states?"

What if the LLC loses money?

tagteam
Level 15

How to answer "Did either of you make money in any other states?"


@BrotherRick wrote:

What if the LLC loses money?


If the LLC has a net loss on residential rental real estate, the loss could be limited by the passive activity loss (PAL) rules. 

 

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