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Personal income tax up-to-date information for 2012 (Articles 22 and 30)

The following changes were not reflected on the forms for 2012 when they went to print.

Select a tax form from the following list to identify the changes affecting that form. If a form is not listed, there have been no changes affecting that form.



  • IT-209, IT-215 
     
    See important information for taxpayers without a social security number for themselves or any qualifying children.  
     
  • IT-213 
     
    See important information for taxpayers without a social security number or individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN) for themselves or any qualifying children. 
     
  • IT-204
     
    As a result of recent changes made to federal Form 1065, there are errors on Form IT-204, Partnership Return.  Lines 1a and 1b of Part 1 of Section 2 do not require any amount to be entered. Line 1c is incorrect and should read as follows:
     
    1c  Gross receipts or sales
     
  • IT-204-I
     
    As a result of recent changes made to federal Form 1065, Schedule D (Form 1065) and Schedule F (Form 1040) there are errors in the instructions for Form IT-204, Partnership Return.  Lines 1, 6, and 10 of the New York source gross income worksheet included in Form IT-204-I (page 11) are incorrect and should read as follows (corrected information in bold):
     
    1  Enter the amount from federal Form 1065, line 1c
     
    6  Add the gain (not loss) amounts from federal Form 1065, Schedule D, column (h) lines 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, and 10, and the gains (not losses) from lines 4, 5, 11, 12, and 14
     
    10  Enter the amount from federal Schedule F (Form 1040), line 1b. 
      
  • IT-217-I
     
    As a result of recent changes made to federal Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040) and Schedule E (Form 1040) there are errors in the instructions for Form IT-217, Claim for Farmers' School Tax Credit.
     
    On page 6, in Worksheet C, lines 3 and 6 should read as follows (with corrected information in bold):
     
    Worksheet C
     
    3  Enter the amount from federal Form Schedule C-EZ, line 1
     
    6  Add the amounts on federal Form Schedule E, lines 3, 4, 37, and 39
     
    On page 9, in Worksheet D, lines 3 and 5 should read as follows (with corrected information in bold):
     
    Worksheet D
     
    3  Enter the amount from federal Form Schedule C-EZ, line 1
     
    5  Add the amounts on federal Form Schedule E, lines 3, 4, 37, and 39
     
  • IT-2105-I

    Itemized deductions

    Effective for tax year 2013, there is a limitation on federal itemized deductions for taxpayers with federal adjusted gross income that exceeds certain amounts. See the IRS Web site at www.irs.gov for additional information.

    In addition, for taxpayers with New York adjusted gross income that exceeds $10 million, the law that limits the New York itemized deduction of those taxpayers to 25% of their charitable contributions has been extended. Previously, this limitation was due to expire for tax years beginning on and after 2013.

    Farmers and fishermen

    There is an error in the Farmers and fishermen paragraph on page 1 of the instructions. Due to Saturday and Sunday mailing rules, the March 1, 2014, date contained in this paragraph should be March 3, 2014
     
  • Private delivery services

    The private delivery service address for most personal income tax forms has been changed effective September 1, 2015.

    The new address is:

    NYS TAX DEPARTMENT
    RPC - PIT
    90 COHOES AVE
    GREEN ISLAND NY 12183-1515

    (The addresses that have been replaced are NYS Tax Department, RPC-PIT, W A Harriman Campus, Albany NY 12227; and State Processing Center, 30 Wall St, Binghamton NY 13901-2718; and State Processing Center, 101 Enterprise Dr, Kingston NY 12401; and SourceHOV, 575 Boices Ln, Kingston NY 12401-1083. These appear on many 2011 - 2014 personal income tax forms. Do not send forms to any of these addresses.)
     
    See Publication 55, Designated Private Delivery Services, for more information about the use of these services in place of U.S. Mail. The addresses for regular mail deliveries have not changed.

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