Form 7203 is the new reporting form required by the IRS to show a shareholder basis in an S-corporation. This new form must be filed on the personal tax return (Form 1040) of most shareholders, starting with 2021 returns.
Form 7203 and its independent instructions are designed to replace the three-part Worksheet for Figuring a Shareholder’s Stock and Debt Basis and its related instructions that were formerly included in the Shareholder’s Instructions for Schedule K-1 (Form 1120-S).
While the S corporation’s basis calculations remain intact, the new form demands additional information to substantiate and justify the basis computations. As the form deals with S company stock and debt basis, some observers are under the impression that it is filed with the 1120S business return.
Nonetheless, the form will be included in a shareholder’s income tax return if any of the following are true of the S corporation:
S corporation shareholders use Form 7203 to figure out the potential limitations of their share of the S corporation’s deductions, credits, and other items that can be deducted from their individual returns. Beginning with the 2021 tax year, Form 7203 replaced the worksheet. The draft Form 7203 for the tax year 2022 also had some changes.
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