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PTE tax California (form FTB 3804)

Hi 

in instruction for form FTB3804  Qualified net income is defined:

Qualified net income – is defined as the sum of the pro-rata share or
distributive share of income and guaranteed payments subject to personal
income tax of the electing qualified PTE’s qualified taxpayers. For an S
corporation, the QNI for a qualified taxpayer can generally be computed by
taking the sum of the Schedule K-1 (100S) income (loss) lines 1-10 minus
the deduction lines 11 and 12. For a partnership, the QNI for a qualified
taxpayer can generally be computed by taking the sum of the Schedule K-1
(565/568) income (loss) lines 1, 2, 3, and 4c through 11 minus the deduction
lines 12 and 13. A taxpayer with negative income could never be included
in the QNI of the entity. The electing qualified PTE may still elect to pay the
elective tax even if some partners, shareholders, or members do not consent
to having their pro-rata or distributive share of income and guaranteed
payments included in the electing PTE’s QNI.

 

My question is: schedule K-1 (100S) has columns "b" (Amount from
federal K (112O-S)), "c"  and "d" (Total amounts using California law) which column should I sum?

 

 

Thank you

 

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