Q&A with the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue

Scenario: Penalty for failure to provide noncorporate or corporate partner

Sep 30, 2013

Would a partnership that fails to provide a noncorporate partner with a NRK-1 and/or RK-1 a corporate partner with a Schedule H – Corp.  be subject to the penalty in Section 352 (f)(2) and/or Section 352 (f)(3)? Would the penalty in Section 352(f)(2) and/or Section 352(f)(3) be imposed separately on each NRK-1, RK-1 and Schedule H – Corp. that a partnership fails to file?


Yes. Each return would be counted individually for calculation of the penalty

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  • pay for essays | Mar 26, 2017
    The business having partner should provide corporate partner form to the revenue department in order to say that they are the partners of particular company and responsible of paying taxes to government behalf of their company revenue. It is always better to file this form in beforehand only.

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