Home > Calculator > New York > 1121

Tax Form calculator

You are currently viewing New York Tax Form 1121 Fill in and Calculate New York State tax Online. Use the Tax Form Calculator to calculate your Federal and State Tax Return. Updated with 2018/2019 tax tables. You may also like our 2018 Tax Saving Tips.

New York Tax Form 1121: New York State Resident Credit Against Separate Tax on Lump-Sum Distributions

Use the New York Tax Form Calculator New York Tax Form 1121: New York State Resident Credit Against Separate Tax on Lump-Sum Distributions as a stand alone tax form calculator to quickly calculate specific amounts for your 2018 New York state tax return. New York Tax Form 1121: New York State Resident Credit Against Separate Tax on Lump-Sum Distributions is also integrated into our comprehensive New York State Tax Calculator where you can complete and save your calculations for later use. Alternatively you can use one of our Combined Federal and New York State Tax Estimator to quickly calculate your salary, tax and take home pay in New York.

New York State Resident Credit Against Separate Tax on Lump-Sum Distributions
New York State full-year or part-year residents, New York State resident estates or trusts, and part-year resident trusts should use this form to claim a credit against the New York State separate tax on lump-sum distributions for any income tax imposed by another state, a political subdivision of that state, the District of Columbia, or a province of Canada on the ordinary income part of a lump-sum distribution derived from a business, trade, profession, or occupation carried on within that other jurisdiction.
If you elect the capital gain method of reporting the lump-sum distribution on Part 2 of Form IT-230, Separate Tax on Lump-Sum Distributions, use Form IT-112-R, New York State Resident Credit, or Form IT-112-C, New York State Resident Credit for Taxes Paid to a Province of Canada, to compute the resident credit on the capital gain part.
Compute the credit for income tax imposed by another state, political subdivision of that state, or the District of Columbia on the front of this form. If you claim credit for income taxes paid to a province of Canada, use the back of this form.
1Enter the name of the state, local government (including state in which located), or District of Columbia to which tax on the ordinary income part of lump-sum distributions was payable:
22
The amount to be entered above is the amount of separate tax on the ordinary income part of lump-sum distributions required to be paid after subtracting any credit against the separate tax (other than prepayments made through withholding or estimated tax).
If the ordinary income part of a lump-sum distribution is not subject to a separate tax by the above jurisdiction but is included as income under an income tax imposed by the above jurisdiction, determine the amount to be entered above using the following formula:
Amount from federal Form 4972, line 8 that is subject to tax by the above jurisdiction
$
/Total income subject to tax by the above jurisdiction
$
XTotal tax payable to the above jurisdiction (after any credits, exclusive of prepayments)
$
=Amount constituting a separate tax on the ordinary income part of lump-sum distributions imposed by the above jurisdiction (enter on line 2)
3The credit against New York State separate tax on lump-sum distributions may not exceed:
(a)Amount from Form IT-230, line 3 that is subject to tax by both New York State and the other taxing jurisdiction
$
/Amount from Form IT-230, line 3
$
XNew York State amount from Form IT-230, line 24
$
=Credit allowable3
(b)The credit allowed may not reduce the New York State separate tax on the ordinary income part of lump-sum distributions to an amount less than would be due if the ordinary income part of a lump-sum distribution, subject to tax by both New York State (Tax Law section 603) and by the above jurisdiction, were excluded from New York State separate tax on lump-sum distributions.
44
Individuals: Enter the line 4 amount on Form IT-201-ATT, line 27, or Form IT-203-ATT, line 26.
Fiduciaries: Subtract the line 4 amount from the separate tax on lump-sum distributions computed on Form IT-230, and include the net amount on Form IT-205, line 12
Submit this form and a copy of federal Form 4972 with Form IT-201, IT-203, or IT-205. Failure to do so will delay any refund to which you may be entitled or, if you owe taxes, could result in late filing penalties.
Figuring your resident credit against separate tax on lump-sum distributions paid to a province of Canada
5Enter the name of the province of Canada where tax was paid:
66
The amount to be entered is the amount of separate tax on the ordinary income part of lump-sum distributions required to be paid after subtracting any credit against the separate tax (other than prepayments made through withholding or estimated tax).
If the ordinary income part of a lump-sum distribution is not subject to a separate tax by a Canadian province but is included as income under an income tax imposed by the province, determine the amount to be entered above using the following formula:
Amount from federal Form 4972, line 8 that is subject to tax by the above Canadian province
$
/Total income subject to tax by the above Canadian province
$
XTotal tax payable to the above Canadian province (after any credits, exclusive of prepayments)
$
=Amount constituting a separate tax on the ordinary income part of lump-sum distributions imposed by the above jurisdiction (enter on line 2)
77
88
9The credit against New York State separate tax on lump-sum distributions may not exceed:
(a)Amount from Form IT-230, line 3 that is subject to tax by both New York State and the above Canadian province
$
/Amount from Form IT-230, line 3
$
XNew York State amount from Form IT-230, line 24
$
=Credit allowable9
(b)The credit allowed may not reduce the New York State separate tax on the ordinary income part of lump-sum distributions to an amount less than would be due if the ordinary income part of a lump-sum distribution, subject to tax by both New York State (Tax Law section 603) and by the Canadian province, were excluded from New York State separate tax on lump-sum distributions.
1010
Individuals: Enter the line 10 amount on Form IT-201-ATT, line 27, or Form IT-203-ATT, line 26.
Fiduciaries: Subtract the line 10 amount from the separate tax on lump-sum distributions computed on Form IT-230, and include the net amount on Form IT-205, line 12.
If any portion of the Canadian provincial income tax that entitled you to a New York State credit is claimed as a foreign tax credit on your federal return in a succeeding tax year, the amount claimed here as a credit against New York State tax due must be added back to your New York State tax liability for that succeeding tax year.
Submit this form, a copy of federal Form 1116, and a copy of federal Form 4972 with Form IT-201, IT-203, or IT-205. Failure to do so will delay any refund to which you may be entitled or, if you owe taxes, could result in late filing penalties.

Tip: use the New York Tax Calculator to edit your refundable and non-refundable tax credits including New York Tax Form 1121: New York State Resident Credit Against Separate Tax on Lump-Sum Distributions. Complete, Calculate, print and or save your tax calculation for later use.

Follow us on Facebook to be informed of the latest updates to the US Tax Form Calculator and our popular Tax and Finance Calculators.

New York State tax calculators: Online New York State Resident Credit Against Separate Tax on Lump-Sum Distributions, complete, calculate, print or save for later use. New York Tax Form Calculator