1040NR EZ Filing Your 2015 Federal Tax Return 1040NR EZ When reviewing this document, please remember: The Office of International Taxation cannot give specific taxation advice, and the slides that follow are to be used only for general informational purposes. The Office of International Taxation is not responsible for the accuracy or correctness of your tax return.
Tax Preparation Software If you would like to use tax preparation software, you must use a company that knows the tax rules for NRAs (nonresident aliens). OIT recommends Glacier Tax Prep from Arctic International. www.glaciertax.com Fee: $34.00 Glacier Tax Prep will prepare your US federal income tax return (1040NR EZ or 1040NR) as well as Form 8843. Before You Get Started On the OIT website you will find:
Information explaining tax forms and which one(s) you need to file Links to the IRS and VA Department of Taxation Links to the various tax forms you may need to file: 1040NR EZ, 1040NR, VA 760, VA 760PY, VA 763, Form 8843 Check out the OIT website: http://controller.richmond.edu/payroll/international/year-end.html Who Should Complete the 1040NR EZ
You can complete a 1040NR EZ if all of the following apply: You do not claim any dependents. You cannot be claimed as a dependent on another persons US tax return (such as your parents) Your only US source of income was from wages, salaries, tips, refunds of state and local income taxes and scholarship or fellowship grants. Your taxable income (line 14 of Form 1040NR EZ) is less than $100,000.00 The only exclusion you can take is the exclusion for scholarship and fellowship grants, and the only adjustment to income you can take is the student loan interest deduction. You do not claim any tax credits.
If you were married, you do not claim an exemption for your spouse. The only itemized deduction you can claim is for state and local income taxes. (Residents of India should see the instructions for line 11 on page 6 of the IRS instruction booklet.) This is not an expatriation return. The only taxes you owe are: The tax from the Tax Table in the IRS instruction booklet on pages 21 - 32. Unreported social security and Medicare tax from Forms 4137 or 8919. You do not claim a credit for excess social security and tier 1 RRTA tax withheld. In English, Please
Form 1040NR EZ (the shorter form) is only acceptable when: You were a nonresident for tax purposes in 2015. You had 2015 US-source income only from a nonqualified scholarship or fellowship, employment (including a teaching assistantship or research assistantship) or bank interest (which was not subject to US tax.) Your scholarship was taxed (ITAX on your student bill) You had employment income that was tax exempt You had other income such as a prize or a ticket reimbursement through the OIEs Trader Fund
You were granted a tax treaty Form 1040NR (the longer form): You were a nonresident for tax purposes in 2015, AND You had any other type of income than what is listed above including self-employment income such as an honorarium payment. OR, you earned potentially tax exempt income (wages and/or scholarship) but a tax treaty was not granted during the 2015 fiscal year.
You Dont Need to File At All If You only had qualified scholarship (i.e. your scholarship covered only the cost of tuition, books and health insurance.) You did not work. Your ONLY US-sourced income is from personal services (employment wages) and the total amount earned in 2015 was less than $4,000.00, then you are not required to file a federal tax return. HOWEVER, if you were granted a tax treaty, then a tax return must be filed even if the personal service (employment wages) income was less than $4,000.00. ALSO, if you had any other sort of income such as a taxable scholarship, prize, grant, etc., you must file a federal tax return even if the combined total income for 2015 is less than $4,000.00. (For example, a
person earned $1500 in employment wages and had a taxable scholarship of $1000, the individual must file a federal tax return even though the combined total income is $2500.) But Wait a Second I earned less than $4,000.00, but I paid federal and state tax. How do I get my taxes back? Thats the trick you dont have to file a tax return if you earned less than $4,000.00, but you must file if you would like the taxes that were withheld to be returned to you.
Tax Treaties Tax Treaty = Must File Federal Tax Return (Required by US tax law) If your effectively connected income was less than $4,000.00, but you were granted a tax treaty, you must file a tax return no matter what. Additional Information IRS Publication 519, US Tax Guide for Aliens
IRS Publication 901, US Tax Treaties These are free publications from the IRS. You can download them at www.irs.gov Other Reporting Requirements If you exclude days of presence in the US for purposes of the Substantial Presence Test (SPT), you must also file Form 8843. More on this later . Are you a Resident Alien (RA) or Non Resident
Alien (NRA) for Tax Purposes? Before we go further, remember that some people are exempt from counting days of presence in the US. Individuals exempt from counting days can include students, teachers, and trainees. Most F, M, J and Q visas are exempt from counting days. This is reported on Form 8843. (More on this later .) Are you a Resident Alien (RA) or Non Resident Alien (NRA) for Tax Purposes?
Green Card Test You are an RA for tax purposes if you were a lawful permanent resident (immigrant) of the US at any time in 2015. Substantial Presence Test (SPT) You are considered a US resident for tax purposes if you meet the SPT for 2015. SPT Physically present in the US for: 31 days during 2015, AND
183 days during 2014, 2013, and 2012 counting all the days of physical presence in 2014, but only 1/3 the number of days of presence in 2013 and only 1/6 the number of days in 2012. Remember that most F, M, J and Q visas are exempt from counting days. OIT can help you figure out your tax residency status if you do not know it. If You are an RA for Tax Purposes DO NOT complete the Form 1040NR EZ. You file like a US citizen and complete Form
1040 EZ or Form 1040. When to File If you were an employee and received wages subject to US income tax withholding, file Form 1040NR EZ by April 18, 2016. If you did not receive wages as an employee subject to US income tax withholding, file Form 1040NR EZ by June 15, 2016. Play it safe and file all tax returns by April 18th!
Where to File Tax Return & 8843 Without a Payment Due: Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Austin, TX 73301-0215 USA Tax Return & 8843 With a Payment Due: Department of the Treasury P.O. Box 1303 Internal Revenue Service Charlotte, NC 28201-1303
USA Mail all forms and payments by April 18th! Filing Electronically Currently, you cannot file Forms 1040NR EZ, 1040NR or 8843 electronically with the IRS. Once you complete your tax forms, you will
need to send a paper copy of the form and supporting documents to the IRS by US mail. Form 1040NR EZ General Information Some basic information not to forget: You should keep a copy of your tax return, W-2, 1042-S, etc., until the statue of limitations runs out for that return. Usually this is 3 years from the date the return was due or filed or 2 years from the date the tax was paid, whichever is later. If you plan to apply for legal permanent residency (green card), it
wouldnt hurt to hold the tax returns indefinitely. If you need to obtain a copy of a past tax return from the IRS, you may do so for a fee. Use Form 4506-T. If you discover a mistake in your tax return after you mailed it or discovered you used the wrong tax return form, you should file an amended tax return using Form 1040X. Form 1040NR EZ Taxpayer Assistance The IRS offers taxpayer assistance to help with questions that come up when completing a tax return.
1-800-829-1040 (calling from the US) 215-516-2000 (calling from abroad) There are also IRS offices in the US embassies in London, Paris and Frankfurt. The IRS conducts an overseas taxpayer assistance program during the filing season (January mid-June). To find out if an IRS person will be in your area, contact the consular office at the nearest US embassy. IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers in the US offer face-to-face help to solve tax problems. The offices can help explain IRS letters, request adjustments to your account or help you set up a payment plan. To find the nearest office go to www.irs.gov/localcontacts. The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is an independent organization within the IRS whose employees assist taxpayers who are seeking help in resolving tax problems. To see if you are
eligible for the service, contact the TAS at 1-877-777-4778 or from overseas call 01-787-622-8940 (English speaking) or 01-787-622-8930 (Spanish speaking.) Remember When Filing MAKE AND KEEP A COPY OF ANYTHING YOU SEND TO THE IRS. You may need to reference it later. Ask the Post Office for Delivery Confirmation. (There is a bit of an extra postage cost , but it will be your proof that your tax return was received by the IRS on or before April 18th.)
Certified Mail If you are sending a payment, or are sending your tax return close to the April 18 th due date, it is recommend that you send the mail certified with a return receipt which is a green postcard. This will cost a few extra dollars, but it is your proof that the IRS received your mail by April 18th. Keep the return receipt filed with a copy of your tax return. Request the following two items from the post office: Return Receipt (Green Postcard) Certified Mail Receipt
Explanation of a W-2 Line #1 Federal wages earned Line #2 Federal income tax withheld from payroll earnings. EIN Federal tax number for UR State tax ID number for UR Line # 16 State wages earned. (It could be a different amount than Box #1) Line #17 State income tax withheld from payroll earnings
Explanation of a 1042-S Taxed Nonqualified Scholarship Box #1 Income Code 15 is for scholarship or fellowship grants Box #2 Amount of nonqualified scholarship awarded in tax year. Box #3a The 00 means the scholarship was not
exempt from taxation. Box #3b nonqualified scholarships are taxed at 14% Box #7 Tax withheld on scholarship (charged as ITAX to student account.) Box #12a URs Federal EIN number Box #21 No VA state tax withheld, however, the
nonqualified scholarship amount is reportable and taxable on your VA income tax return. Box #9 Amount of tax already paid by Office of International Taxation to the IRS (ITAX charge.) Explanation of a 1042-S Tax Treaty for Employment and Scholarship Box #1 Income Code 16 is for
scholarship or fellowship grants. Income Code 20 is for compensation while studying (i.e. employment wages) You will have a separate 1042-S for each one. Box #2 Amount of nonqualified scholarship awarded or income earned in tax year. Box #3a The 04 means the scholarship was exempt from taxation due to a tax treaty. Box #3b The gross income
amounts were not taxed (because of a tax treaty.) Tax rate is 0.00%. Box #7 No tax withheld. Box #10 No tax credit; no tax withheld. Box #11 No tax owed. Box #24 No VA state tax withheld or owed VA recognizes tax treaties. Box #12a URs Federal EIN number
Form 1040NR EZ Explanation of Income Codes Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line Instructions Full instructions can be found at the IRS website: www.irs.gov
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions A word about Rounding Off to Whole Numbers You can round off cents to whole dollars on your return. If you do round to whole dollars, you must round all amounts. To round, drop amounts under $0.50 and increase amount from $0.50 to $0.99 to the next dollar. If you have to add two or more amounts to figure the amount to enter on a line, include cents when adding the amounts and round off only the total.
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Special Notice If you had taxable employment wages in 2015 and you were granted a tax treaty mid-year (after presenting an SSN), you may be able to receive a refund of the taxes that were withheld prior to being granted a tax treaty. Please see Appendix A at the end of this document.
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line Instructions Name, Address & Identifying Number: The name on your 1040NR EZ should match your current passport. You should enter in your SSN or ITIN in the Identifying Number box, if you have one. If you do not have an SSN and are eligible (you earned employment income in 2015) you should apply for one. If you had non-employment income such as a non-qualified scholarship, you can complete Form W-7 (found on the IRS website) to apply for an ITIN (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number). Attach Form W-7 to your tax return.
Your Present home address should be your US mailing address. NOTE: If you move after filing your tax return, always notify the IRS in writing of your new address using Form 8822. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions The amount of your tax partially depends on your filing status. (If you were married or divorced on December 31, consider yourself married or divorced for the whole year.)
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Line #3 Wages, salaries, tips, etc.: Enter the total of your effectively connected income. For most people this will be the amount shown on your W-2, Box #1. If you have more than one W-2 (from two different employers), combine the income listed in Box #1 on each of the W-2s to reach a grand total.
Do not include on Line #3 wages that were exempted by a tax treaty. Tax treaty amounts go on Line #6 and you must fill in Section J on page #2. Do not include your nonqualified scholarship on this line. (This amount is reported on a 1042-S)
If you worked in The Cellar and received tips, these were already calculated into your wages and are reported on your W-2 in Box #1. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Ignore this line. You should only need to complete this line if you received a Form 1099-G. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions
If you received a scholarship or fellowship, part or all of it may be taxable. For degree seeking students, the amount of scholarship above the cost of tuition, books and health insurance is taxable. Taxable scholarship is considered non-qualified. This nonqualified scholarship may include the cost of room, board (meals) and travel. For non-degree students, the full amount of the total scholarship is generally taxable. Non-qualified scholarship is taxed at 14% and was charged to your student bill as ITAX. The ITAX is charged by semester. The ITAX was then paid to the IRS by the Office of International Taxation. The paid ITAX is reported on a Form 1042-S. If you received a 1042-S, continue to the next slide. If you did not receive a 1042-S, skip ahead to the slide with information about Line #7 of the 1040NR EZ.
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions What to enter on Line #5 on the 1040NR EZ -- Look at your 1042-S Step #1 -- Income Code If you have the number 16 in Box 1 this means that you had non-qualified scholarship. Go to Step #2 If you do not have the number 16 in Box 1 this means that you did not have a non-qualified scholarship. Skip to the next slide to go to the information about Line #6 of the 1040NR EZ. Step #2 -- Exempt Code
If you have the number OO in Box #3a, you had non-qualified scholarship that was taxed and charged to your student account as ITAX. Go to Step #3. If you have the number 04 in Box #3a, you had non-qualified scholarship that was exempt from tax because you had a tax treaty. You do not list tax exempt scholarship on Line #5 of the 1040NR EZ. Skip to the next slide to go to the information about Line #6 of the 1040NR EZ. Step #3 Gross Income Record on Line #5 of the 1040NR EZ the amount that is listed in Box #2 (Gross Amount) on the 1042-S. Form 1040NR EZ
Line by Line instructions Step #1 -- Look at Your 1042-S Understanding Income Codes If you have the number 16 in Box 1 you had non-qualified scholarship If you have the number 20 in Box 1 you had employment income If you have the number 54 in Box 1 you had other income (prize, etc.) Understanding Exempt Codes If you have 00 in Box #3a your income was not tax exempt. Go to next slide.
If you have 04 in Box #3a your income was tax exempt because you had a tax treaty. Go to Step #2, below. Step #2 -- What to enter on Line #6 on the 1040NR EZ Add together all the income that was exempt from tax (Exempt Code 04) because of a tax treaty. Add together income codes 16, 20 and 54 to get a grand total.
Enter the grand total amount on Line #6 of the 1040NR EZ Complete Item J on Page #2 of the 1040NR EZ. If you do not know the tax treaty article number contact Devon Slough in OIT. Do not include this amount on Line #7 of the 1040NR EZ. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Add up your effectively connected income. Do not include any amount that was tax exempt (wages or scholarship) that was listed on Line #6.
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Most likely, you will leave this line blank. The only time you would enter an amount here is when you can show that you paid out of your own funds for tuition and/or books. You will need to have actual receipts as they would be required in an IRS audit. You would deduct up to the total amount of the scholarship shown on Form 1042-S. Form 1040NR EZ
Line by Line instructions You can take this deduction only if you paid interest in 2015 on a qualified student loan, your filing status is single, and your modified adjusted gross income is less than $75,000.00. See page #8 of the instructions for more information and a worksheet. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Do the calculation.
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Enter the total state and local income taxes you paid or that were withheld from your salary in 2015. The amounts are listed on your W-2 Box #17 for State Income tax and Box #19 for Local (City) income tax. Note: Residents of India who were students may be able to take the standard deduction, instead of their itemized deductions. See IRS Publication 519. Form 1040NR EZ
Line by Line instructions Do the calculation. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions You should enter in the 2015 standard deduction amount of $4,000.00 on this line. Note: Residents of Canada, Mexico, South Korea, India, and US nationals may be able to claim exemptions for their dependents and , if married, their spouse. Form 1040NR would be the correct form to file if you want to claim the additional
exemptions. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Do the calculation. This is your Taxable Income. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Using the amount in Line #14 (which is your taxable income) go to the Tax Table starting
on page 30 of the instruction booklet. 1. 2. 3. 4. Find your taxable income. The income will be listed in a range. Then look over to the Single/Married columns to the right of the correct range Identify your tax. Enter in the tax amount on Line #15 of the 1040NR EZ form. The tax tables start on Page #22 in the 1040NR
EZ instruction booklet: www.IRS.gov Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Skip this line. Form 4137: Tips of $20 or more in any month not reported to your employer, must have social security and Medicare tax withheld. This form is to figure the social security and Medicare tax. NOTE: If tips were earned by working in The Cellar, Payroll has already reported your tips as part of your wages on the W-2.
NOTE: Most international students at UR are FICA exempt (based on the SPT as they are NRAs) and will not owe social security and Medicare tax. Form 8919: If your employer did not withhold social security and/or Medicare tax you would report it with this form. UR does withhold FICA when required. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Do the calculation. Form 1040NR EZ
Line by Line instructions Total federal income tax withheld by adding up: W-2: Amount is listed in Box #2 of the W-2 1042-S: Amount listed in Box #7 of the 1042-S If you have more than one W-2 or 1042-S, then add up the amounts and put the grand total on each line. Do not include on this line any State or City tax paid. Form 1040NR EZ
Line by Line instructions Most likely you will leave this line blank. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Most likely, you will leave this line blank. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions
Do the calculation. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Do the calculation. If you overpaid taxes, you will receive a refund from the IRS. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Enter in amount from Line #22 to have the money refunded.
NOTE: If you owe money to the IRS for previous tax years, your 2015 refund will be applied towards that amount due before any money will be refunded to you. This is called an offset. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions You may choose on Line 23 to have your tax refund direct deposited into your
US checking or savings account. A direct deposit will be faster than a check. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions If you want your refund mailed to an address not listed on page 1 of the 1040NR EZ, enter that address here. If the address listed on page 1 is not in the US, you can enter a US address on Line #23E. However, if the address listed on page 1 is in the
US, the IRS cannot mail a refund to a different US address. If you want your refund mailed to a foreign address, enter the information in the following order: Street Address, City, Province/State, and Country. Follow the countrys practice for entering the postal code. (In some countries the postal code may come before the city or town name.) Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions If you anticipate that you will owe taxes in 2016, you may choose to have your refund applied to your 2015 estimated tax.
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions You should pay your taxes in full to avoid penalties and interest. You can make your tax payment by check, money order, debit or credit card. If you pay by check or money order, make your payment payable to United States
Treasury. In the memo section of the check write 2015 Form 1040NR EZ and include your SSN or ITIN, if you have one. Make sure your check lists your name, address and daytime phone number. If you wish to pay by debit or credit card, go to www.irs.gov/e-pay. If you cannot pay the full amount shown on Line 25, you can ask to make monthly installment payments for the full or partial amount. Attach IRS Form 9465 to your tax return. You may have up to 60 months to pay. Installment payments are charged interest and possibly penalties. Form 1040NR EZ
Line by Line instructions You may owe this penalty if Line #25 is at least $1,000.00 and it is more than 10% of the tax shown on your return (i.e. amount on Line #17 minus any tax shown on Forms 4137 and 8919.) See the instruction booklet (page #10) for figuring the penalty. You may also leave this line blank and the IRS will calculate the penalty for you. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions
If you wish a friend or family member to be allow to discuss your 2015 tax return with the IRS, check the YES box and enter in the designees information. This authorizes the IRS to contact the designee with any questions that may arise during the processing of your return. It does not authorize the designee to receive your refund check or otherwise represent you before the IRS. The authorization ends with the filing due date for your 2016 tax
return. NOTE: This cannot be OIT. Needs to be a US phone number. PIN is any 5 digit number you assign. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions You must sign and date your tax return. It is not considered valid if you do not do so.
Your occupation in the US is Student. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions If you paid a tax preparer to complete the 1040NR EZ for you, the tax preparer would complete this section. Otherwise, leave it blank. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions
Dont forget to complete Page #2 of the 1040NR EZ! Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions List all countries of which you were a citizen or national in 2015. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions
List the country for which you claimed residence for tax purposes in 2015. This country may not be your passport country if you reside elsewhere. For students, this country is usually the one where your parents reside and where you go back home to on breaks from UR. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Check yes if you have ever completed Form I-485 and submitted the form to US Customs and Immigration.
Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions See IRS publication 519, if you checked yes for either box. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Examples are: J-1 Exchange Visitor F-1 Students Academic Institution
H-1BTemporary Worker with Specialty Occupation Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions If you ever changed your visa type, check the yes box. For example -- you entered the US in 2014 as a J-1 student and then changed in 2015 to an F-1, you should check yes. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions
If you left the US for holidays or short vacations or summer break, youll need to enter your entry and exit dates. If you are in the US on 1 January, enter 01/01 as the first date you entered the US. If you were in the US on 31 December, do not enter a final date departed. Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions A day of presence in the US is any day you are physically present in the US at any time during a 24 hour period beginning at 12:01 am. For a list of exceptions, see IRS Publication 519.
For any year you were not present at all in the US, place a 0 in the corresponding box. If you do not remember the exact number of days of presence you had in the US, OIT can help you -- Contact Devon Slough at [email protected] Form 1040NR EZ Line by Line instructions Enter the latest year and form filed. Form 1040NR EZ
Line by Line instructions Please refer to your 1042-S to determine each type of income that was treaty exempt. OIT can help with tax treaty article numbers, if you do not have it to hand. Appendix A Students who worked on-campus in 2015 had tax withheld from their paychecks, if a tax treaty was not in place. Some of these students were granted tax treaties mid-year or midsemester after obtaining their SSN. The Payroll Office is unable to refund withheld taxes on 2015 wages. However, you may qualify for a reimbursement of withheld taxes on your federal
income tax return. If so, the 1040NR EZ needs to be completed a bit differently than the process listed above. Please read over the following scenarios and see if you fit either example. If so, follow these steps to obtain a tax refund of your withheld wages. Appendix A Scenario #1:
Student began working on-campus in August 2015. Student did not have an SSN. Employment taxes were withheld. Student obtained SSN in October 2015. Student was granted a tax treaty by OIT in October 2015. Tax treaty limit is $5,000.00 Student received two tax statements from UR W-2 listing taxable wages and tax withheld
1042-S listing wages exempt from taxation due to a treaty For the purposes of our example, the tax statements listed W-2 Box 1 -- $3500 Box 2 -- $200 1042-S Box 2 -- $700 Box 7 -- $0.00 Total US employment income earned in 2015 = $4,200.00 Appendix A
Scenario #1: DO NOT LIST ANY INCOME IN LINE 3 EVEN IF YOU HAVE A W-2. Add together your employment income from the W-2 and 1042-S and list the total on Line #6. Enter the amount listed in Box # 2 on the W-2 (the amount of taxes withheld on your employment income.) Based on the example on the prior page, your 1040NR EZ should look like this: Line #3 0.00 Line #6 $4,200.00
($3,500 + $700.00) Line #18A -- $200.00 Appendix A Scenario #2:
Student began working on-campus in January 2015. Student did not have an SSN. Employment taxes were withheld. Student obtained SSN in September 2015. Student was granted a tax treaty by OIT in September 2015. Tax treaty limit is $5,000.00 Student received two tax statements from UR W-2 listing taxable wages and tax withheld 1042-S listing wages exempt from taxation due to a treaty For the purposes of our example, the tax statements listed W-2
Box 1 -- $4000 Box 2 -- $300 1042-S Box 2 -- $2000 Box 7 -- $0.00 Total US employment income earned in 2015 = $6.000.00 Appendix A Scenario #2: Student maxed out tax treaty (limit was $5000 and student earned $6000). List only the amount earned above the treaty limit.
Add together your employment income from the W-2 and 1042-S up to the treaty limit and list the total on Line #6. Enter the amount listed in Box # 2 on the W-2 (the amount of taxes withheld on your employment income.) Based on the example on the prior page, your 1040NR EZ should look like this: Line #3 $1000.00 Line #6 $5,000.00 ($4,000 + $2,000 - $1,000 = $5,000 treaty limit) Line #18A -- $300.00
Appendix A In both Scenario #1 and Scenario #2, you must complete Section J of Schedule OI this is the second page of the 1040NR EZ. Without this information, the tax treaty will be denied. Contact OIE if you need to know the tax treaty article or tax treaty limit.
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