Form K-40-Inst General Instructions

Child Day Care Assistance (employers only) K 56 Community Service Contribution K 60 Declared Disaster Capital Investment (for carryforward use only) K 87 Disabled Access K 37 Historic Site Contribution K 75 If you or your spouse is over 65 and/or blind complete WORKSHEET I Standard Deduction for People 65 or Older and/or Blind to determine your standard deduction Individual Development Account K 68 Regional Foundation Contribution K 32 SIGNATURE(S) Small Employer Healthcare K 57 Telecommunications and Railroad K 36 $0 $15 000 $ 5 $45 001 $60 000 $35 $15 001 $30 000 $15 $60 001 $75 000 $45 $30 001 $45 000 $25 $75 001and over line 3 X 081% * A Kansas qualified LTC insurance contract is one that meets the definition of a federal qualified LTC insurance contract This subtraction modification is in addition to any federal deduction * This is the list of allowed federal adjustments as of publication of these instructions (in addition to those on lines B13 through B16) You may enter on line B17 any federal adjustment allowed by federal law for tax year 2012 (not already entered on lines B13 B16) Ad Valorem or Property Taxes Amount of Ad Valorem or Property taxes paid by a nonresident of Kansas to a state other than Kansas or to a local government located outside of Kansas when the law of such state does not allow a Kansas resident to claim a deduction of ad valorem or property taxes paid to a Kansas political subdivision in determining taxable income (for income tax purposes) in such other state to the extent that such taxes are claimed as an itemized deduction for federal income tax purposes Additions to Federal Adjusted Gross Income ADJUSTMENTS AND MODIFICATIONS TO KANSAS SOURCE INCOME Adoption K 47 Agritourism Liability Insurance K 33 All income earned while a Kansas resident Alternative Fuel K 62 AMENDED RETURN Amortization Energy Credits Amount of any amortization deduction claimed on the federal income tax return to the extent the same is claimed for deduction with regard to Credit Schedule K 73 K 77 K 79 K 82 or K 83 and any amount claimed in determining federal adjusted gross income on carbon dioxide recapture sequestration or utilization machinery and equipment or waste heat utilization system property Amortization Energy Credits: Enter the amount of amortization deduction allowed relating to Credit Schedule K 73 K 77 K 79 K 82 or K 83 and the amount of amortization deduction allowed for carbon dioxide capture sequestration or utilization machinery and equipment or waste heat utilization system property Note: 55% of the amortization costs may be subtracted in the first year and 5% may be subtracted for each of the succeeding nine years Amounts received by nonresident individuals as retirement benefits or pensions even if the benefit or pension was earned while the individual was a resident of Kansas This rule also applies to amounts received by nonresidents from 401k 403b 457s IRAs etc Angel Investor K 30 Assess and maintain information for sensitive species Assess impacts of development actions on endangered species Assistive Technology Contribution K 42 BALANCE DUE Business and Job Development (for carryforward use only) K 34 Business expenses for Reservists Artists and Fee Basis Government Officials the portion of the federal deduction applicable to income earned in Kansas Carryback of Net Operating Farm Loss Refund K 67 Check if: You were 65 or older Blind Spouse was 65 or older Blind Filing status: Boxes checked: Enter on line 4: Single 1 $3 850 2 $4 700 Married Filing Joint 1 $6 700 2 $7 400 3 $8 100 4 $8 800 Married Filing Separate 1 $3 700 2 $4 400 3 $5 100 4 $5 800 Head of Household 1 $5 350 2 $6 200 CHECK OR MONEY ORDER Check the appropriate box for your residency status (see page 3 for definitions) If you mark the PART YEAR RESIDENT box enter the dates that you lived in Kansas and complete Schedule S Part B Nonresidents must also complete Part B of Schedule S Child Day Care Assistance (employers only) K 56 Community Service Contribution Credit Amount of charitable contribution claimed on your federal return used to compute the community service contribution credit on Schedule K 60 Community Service Contribution K 60 Compensation paid by the United States for service in the armed forces of the U S performed during an induction period Complete all information at the top of the K 40 by printing neatly If your name or address changed or if you are filing with or for a deceased taxpayer indicate so by marking the appropriate boxes Complete the following worksheet to determine your credit If your credit is based on taxes paid to more than one state complete a worksheet for each state combine the results and enter the total on line 13 Form K 40 completed all required information on the return Continue long term nongame projects such as the Kansas Winter Birdfeeder Survey Bluebird Nest Box Program and Backyard Nongame Wildlife Habitat Improvement Program Continue research on declining aquatic animals in southeast Kansas and restore declining freshwater clams CREDIT CARD CREDITS Declared Disaster Capital Investment (for carryforward use only) K 87 DEDUCTIONS DIRECT PAYMENT Direct Payment saves time; no check to write and no voucher to complete and mail If you need to revoke your election of this payment authorization you must notify KDOR at 1 800 525 3901 by 4:00 PM two business days before the scheduled payment date Important You should check with your financial institution to be sure they allow an electronic debit (withdrawal) from your account Disabled Access Credit Modification Amount of any depreciation deduction or business expense deduction claimed on your federal return that was used to determine the Disabled Access Credit on Schedule K 37 Disabled Access K 37 Domestic Production Activities Deduction the portion of the federal deduction applicable to income earned in Kansas Educator Expenses the portion of the federal deduction applicable to income earned in Kansas Electric Cogeneration Facility (for carryforward use only) K 83 Electrical Generation Revenue Bonds: Enter the gain from the sale of Electrical Generation Revenue Bonds that was included in your federal adjusted gross income enclosed but not attached all K 19 forms enclosed Form K 40V if you are making a tax payment; and enclosed Schedule S if you have a modification on line 2 of Form K 40 or if you filed as a nonresident or part year resident Enter in the Federal column the adjustments to income shown on the front of your federal return Federal adjustments are allowed to Kansas source income only as they apply to income related to Kansas (Enclose with your Form K 40 and Schedule S a separate sheet showing calculations of amounts entered on lines B13 through B17 in the Kansas source column ) Enter on line 35 the amount you wish to contribute to this program (must be $1 or more) Enter the number of exemptions claimed on your federal return If no federal return was filed enter the total exemptions for you your spouse (if applicable) and each person you claim as a dependent Environmental Compliance K 81 EXAMINATION ADJUSTMENT: If your overpayment is decreased due to an adjustment to your return any contributions you have made will be reduced by that amount If your overpayment is increased your contribution amount(s) will remain the same EXEMPTIONS AND DEPENDENTS Expenditures Energy Credits Amount of any expenditures claimed to the extent the same is claimed as the basis for any credit allowed on Credit Schedule K 73 K 77 K 79 K 81 K 82 or K 83 Extension of Time to File Your Return Interest is due on any delinquent tax balance even if you have been granted an extension of time to file the return If 90% of your tax liability is paid on or before the original due date of your return an automatic extension is applied and no penalty is assessed Federal Income Tax Refund Generally there will be no entry for this unless you amended your federal return for a prior year due to an investment credit carry back or a net operating loss carry back which resulted in you receiving a federal income tax refund in 2012 for that prior year Federal Retirement Benefits: Federal Civil Service Retirement or Disability Fund payments and any other amounts received as retirement benefits from employment by the federal government or for service in the United States Armed Forces FILING STATUS Film Production K 86 FOOD SALES TAX QUALIFICATION Foreign Tax Credit As used in this section state means any state of the United States District of Columbia Puerto Rico any territory or possession of the United States and any foreign country or political subdivision of a foreign country The Kansas credit for foreign taxes is first limited to the difference between the actual tax paid to the foreign country and the foreign tax credit allowed on your federal return If you claimed the foreign tax paid as an itemized deduction on your federal return no credit is allowed in this section Form K 40 You can simply SIGN the return on the back and mail it to KDOR Important KDOR accepts only one original 2012 K 40 return for you DO NOT file two returns one requesting a food sales tax refund and another to file your income tax return with your W 2s Food Sales Tax and Individual Income Tax must be filed together on the same Form K 40 Head of Household $4 500 Health Savings Account Deduction the portion of the federal deduction applicable to income earned in Kansas High Performance Incentive Program K 59 Historic Preservation K 35 Historic Site Contribution K 75 If filing as a nonresident of Kansas you may claim this tax credit if: If line 3 K 40 is: Use Tax is: If line 3 K 40 is: Use Tax is: If the amount on line 28 is not paid by the due date penalty and interest will be added (see rules outlined in lines 29 and 30) If you are a Kansas resident you may claim this credit if: 1) your total income on line 1 includes income earned in the other state(s); and 2) you were required to pay income tax to the other state(s) on that income Important Your credit is NOT the amount of tax withheld in the other state(s); it is determined from the Worksheet for Residents on the next page Complete the tax return(s) for the other state(s) before using the worksheet If you are a shareholder in a fund that invests in both Kansas and other states bonds only the Kansas bonds are exempt Use the information provided by your fund administrator to determine the amount of taxable (non Kansas) bond interest to enter here If you are a shareholder in a mutual fund that invests in both exempt and taxable federal obligations you may subtract only that portion of the distribution attributable to the exempt federal obligations If you are being claimed as a dependent on another taxpayer s return and line 1 of Form K 40 includes income other than earned income complete WORKSHEET II Standard Deduction for People Claimed as a Dependent to determine your standard deduction If you are eligible for a tax credit paid to another state the credit amount cannot exceed the tax liability shown on the other state s tax return The tax liability is NOT the amount of tax withheld for the other state Important To receive a credit for taxes paid to another state you must enclose a copy of the other state(s) tax return and supporting schedules with Form K 40 Copies of the other state s W 2 forms are NOT acceptable If you are filing a return on behalf of a decedent the return should be signed by the executor/executrix If it is a joint return filed by the surviving spouse indicate on the spouse s signature line Deceased and the date of death If a refund is due enclose the required documents (see instructions for Deceased Taxpayers on page 5) If you are filing an amended return for 2012 mark the box that states the reason NOTE: You cannot amend to change your filing status from joint to separate after the due date of the return If you are filing as a nonresident you must complete Part B The purpose of Part B is to determine what percent of your total income from all sources and states is from Kansas sources If you are filing for a Food Sales Tax refund only you do If you choose this payment option you must complete and submit Form K 40V with your payment Write your Social Security number on your check or money order and make it payable to Kansas Income Tax If you are making a payment for someone else (i e daughter son parent) write that person s name and Social Security number on the check DO NOT send cash DO NOT staple or tape your payment to the K 40V or K 40 instead enclose it loosely with your return If you choose WebFile or IRS e File to file your Kansas return Direct Payment is an option during the filing process to pay your balance due If you file a paper return you also have the option to make an electronic payment by calling toll free at 1 866 450 6490 or visit https://www kdor org/personaltax/Login aspx for an online transaction If you file a paper K 40 you need to allow 16 weeks from the date you mail it to receive your refund Errors inaccurate forms photocopied forms or incomplete information will delay processing even longer For a fast refund file electronically! See page 26 If you have income that is not taxed or included on your federal return but are taxable to Kansas complete lines A1 through A7 If you have items of income that are taxable on your federal return but not to Kansas then complete lines A8 through A20 of Schedule S If you have not received a W 2 form from your employer by January 31 or if the form you received is incorrect contact your employer If you paid taxes to more than one state complete a worksheet for each state combine the results and enter the total on line 13 of Form K 40 If you were a resident of Kansas for all of 2012 then you meet the residency qualification If you resided in Kansas less than 12 months of 2012 you do NOT qualify for the food sales tax refund If your filing status is HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD you are allowed an additional Kansas exemption; enter a 1 in the box provided Enter the total number of exemptions in the TOTAL KANSAS EXEMPTIONS box Important If you are claimed as a dependent by another taxpayer enter 0 in the TOTAL KANSAS EXEMPTIONS box Important If claiming a foreign tax credit and you completed federal Form 1116 enclose a copy with your Kansas return In the spaces provided enter the name date of birth relationship and Social Security number of each person you claimed as a dependent (do not include you or your spouse) If additional space is needed enclose a separate schedule INCOME Income from a business trade profession or occupation operating in Kansas including partnerships & S Corporations Income from a resident estate or trust or from a nonresident estate or trust that received income from Kansas sources Income from annuities interest dividends or gains from the sale or exchange of intangible property (such as bank accounts stocks or bonds) unless earned by a business trade profession or occupation carried on in Kansas Income from real or tangible personal property located in Kansas Income from services performed in Kansas INCOME LINES B1 through B11 This section is divided into two columns In the left hand column enter the amounts for lines B1 through B11 directly from your 2012 federal return In the right hand column enter the amounts from Kansas sources A part year resident who elects to file as a nonresident must include as income subject to Kansas income tax unemployment compensation derived from sources in Kansas any items of income gain or loss or deduction received while a Kansas resident (whether or not the items were from Kansas sources) as well as any income derived from Kansas sources while a nonresident of Kansas Income received by a nonresident from Kansas sources does NOT include: Individual Development Account (IDA) CONTRIBUTORS: The amount of the contribution claimed to the extent the same is the basis for claiming the IDA Credit on Schedule K 68 ACCOUNT HOLDERS: Amounts received as withdrawals that are not used to pay for education expenses job training costs purchase of primary residence or major repairs or improvement to a primary residence Individual Development Account (IDA): Enter amount of income earned on contributions deposited to an IDA established to pay education expenses and/or job training costs purchase of primary residence or major repairs or improvement to a primary residence Individual Development Account K 68 Interest from the following are taxable to Kansas and may not be entered on this line: Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA); Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA); Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC) Jobs Tax Credit: Enter amount of the federal targeted jobs tax credit disallowance claimed on your federal income tax return K 40 Instructions Kansas Center for Entrepreneurship K 31 KANSAS ITEMIZED DEDUCTIONS You may itemize your deductions on your Kansas return ONLY if you itemized your deductions on your federal return If on your federal return you elect to deduct state and local sales and use taxes instead of state and local income taxes then your Kansas itemized deductions are the same as your federal itemized deductions If you deduct income taxes on your federal return use the worksheet below to calculate your Kansas itemized deductions Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center K 72 Kansas law provides that if you owe any delinquent debt (Kansas tax child support student loans etc ) to a Kansas state agency municipality municipal court or district court your income tax refund will be applied (set off) to that delinquent debt The set off process will cause a 10 to 12 week delay to any remaining refund Kansas lottery pari mutuel casino and gambling winnings Kansas Pension Plans: Kansas Public Employees Retirement Annuities; Kansas Police and Firemen s Retirement System Pensions; Kansas Teachers Retirement Annuities; Kansas Highway Patrol Pensions; Justices and Judges Retirement System; Board of Public Utilities; income from retirement annuity contracts purchased for faculty and others employed by the State Board of Regents or by educational institutions under its management with either their direct contributions or through salary reduction plans; amounts received by retired employees of Washburn University as retirement and pension benefits under the university s retirement plan; and certain pensions received from Kansas first class cities that are not covered by the Kansas Public Employee s Retirement System Kansas source income includes: KANSAS STANDARD DEDUCTION The following amounts will be the standard deduction for most people to enter on line 4: Kansas Venture Capital Inc Dividends: Enter dividend income received from Kansas Venture Capital Inc KDOR offers three options to pay your Kansas income tax credit card direct payment or check/money order KPERS Lump Sum Distributions: Employees who terminated KPERS employment after July 1 1984 and elect to receive their contributions in a lump sum distribution will report their taxable contributions on their federal return Subtract the amount of the withdrawn accumulated contributions or partial lump sum payment(s) to the extent either is included in federal adjusted gross income See NOTICE 07 05 for additional information Learning Quest Education Savings Program Amount of any nonqualified withdrawal from the Learning Quest Education Savings Program LINE 10 Nonresident tax: Multiply line 8 by the percentage on line 9 and enter the result on line 10 LINE 11 Kansas tax on lump sum distributions: If you received income from a lump sum distribution and there was a federal tax imposed on this income in accordance with federal Internal Revenue Code Section 402(e) then you are subject to Kansas tax on your lump sum distribution If you are a resident enter 13% of the federal tax on your lump sum distribution (determined on federal Form 4972) on line 11 If you are a nonresident leave line 11 blank LINE 13 Credit for taxes paid to other states: If you paid income tax to another state you may be eligible for a credit against your Kansas tax liability If you had income from a state that has no state income tax make no entry on line 13 and go to line 14 LINE 15 Other credits: Enter the total of all other tax credits for which you are eligible In claiming credits you must complete and enclose with your Form K 40 the required schedule LINE 18 Use tax due: If you made purchases of items from retailers located outside of Kansas on which no sales tax was paid (including freight shipping or handling fees) complete line 18 If you are unsure as to the amount of tax due use the following chart to estimate the compensating use tax for calendar year 2012 Estimated amounts from this chart do not supersede actual amount of use tax owed See page 2 for more information about the Kansas Use Tax LINE 20 Kansas income tax withheld: Add the Kansas withholding amounts shown on your W 2 forms (also 1099s and K 19 forms if applicable) and enter the total KDOR does not require that you enclose copies of W 2s or 1099s with Form K 40 but reserves the right to request them at a later date You must however enclose any K 19 forms with your Form K 40 LINE 21 Estimated tax paid: Enter the total of your 2012 estimated tax payments plus any 2011 overpayment you had credited forward to 2012 LINE 22 Amount paid with Kansas extension : Enter the amount paid with your request for an extension of time to file LINE 23 Earned income credit: This credit is available to residents only nonresidents and part year residents are not eligible Multiply amount of credit allowed on your federal return by 18% You may choose to have the IRS compute your federal earned income credit If you do not receive the information from the IRS before the deadline for filing your Kansas return you should complete Form K 40 without the credit and be sure to pay any amount you owe Once the IRS sends you the completed earned income credit figures you may then file an amended Kansas return to claim the credit See Amending Your Return LINE 24 Refundable portion of tax credits: Enter the total refundable portion of these credits: LINE 25 Payments remitted with original return: Use this line ONLY if you are filing an amended K 40 for the 2012 tax year Enter the amount of money you remitted to KDOR with your original 2012 return Also include the amount of a pending debit transaction you may have scheduled with your original return LINE 26 Overpayment from original return: Use this line ONLY if you are filing an amended K 40 for the 2012 tax year Enter the amount of overpayment shown on your original return Since you were refunded this amount or it was credited forward this amount is a subtraction entry LINE 27 Total refundable credits: Add lines 20 through 25 and if applicable your FOOD SALES TAX REFUND amount from line E; then subtract line 26 Enter result on line 27 LINE 28 Underpayment: If your tax balance on line 19 is greater than your total credits on line 27 enter the difference on line 28 LINE 29 Interest: Compute interest at 333% for each month (or fraction thereof) from the original due date of the return on the amount on line 28 LINE 30 Penalty: Compute penalty at 1% per month (or fraction thereof) from the original due date of the return on the amount on line 28 The maximum penalty is 24% LINE 31 Estimated tax penalty: To determine if you have a penalty subtract line 17 from the total of your withholding and estimate payments (line 20 and 21) if this amount is $500 or more you will need to complete Schedule K 210 If you have a penalty on Schedule K 210 enter the amount on line 31 There are two exceptions: 1) if withholdings and/or estimated payments (lines 20 and 21) equal or exceed 100% of the prior year's tax liability (line 17 from last year's return) or 2) if your withholdings and/or estimated payments (lines 20 and 21) equal or exceed 90% of this year's income tax liability (line 17) Important If at least two thirds of your income is from farming or fishing mark an "X" in the box on line 31 LINE 32 Amount you owe: Add lines 28 through 31 and enter the total on line 32 This amount should be paid in full with the return A balance due of less than $5 need not be paid You may make a donation to any or all of the contribution programs on lines 35 through 39 even if you have a balance due Just add these amounts to your tax and write one check for the total of tax due and your contribution(s) LINE 33 Overpayment: If your tax balance line 19 is less than your total credits line 27 enter the difference on line 33 NOTE: An overpayment less than $5 will not be refunded but may be carried forward as a credit to next year s return (line 34) or contributed to any of the donation programs on lines 35 through 39 LINE 34 Credit forward: Enter the portion of line 33 you wish to have applied to your 2013 Kansas estimated income tax (must be $1 or more) If the amount on line 33 is less than $5 you may carry it forward to 2013 as an additional credit even if you do not make estimated tax payments You may make voluntary contributions to any of the donation programs listed on lines 35 through 39 see the following instructions Your contribution(s) will reduce your refund or increase the amount you owe LINE 35 Chickadee checkoff: Contributions to this Kansas nongame wildlife improvement program will help improve the quality of wildlife in Kansas Last year s contributions were used to: LINE 36 Meals On Wheels contribution program for senior citizens: All contributions are used solely for the purpose of providing funds for the senior citizens Meals On Wheels contribution program The meals are prepared by a dietary staff and delivered by volunteers The underlying objective of the program is to prevent deterioration of the elderly and handicapped individuals in the community thus making it possible for them to live independently in their own homes for as long as possible The friendly visit with the volunteers is socially helpful and daily visits are important in case of an emergency situation Enter on line 36 the amount you wish to contribute to this program (must be $1 or more) LINE 37 Kansas breast cancer research fund: This fund is devoted to ending suffering and death from breast cancer in Kansas Every dollar collected stays in Kansas to bring the latest in breast cancer prevention early detection diagnosis and treatment to Kansans The research is conducted at the University of Kansas Cancer Center With the hope of finding a cure the purpose of this fund is to help save lives and significantly enhance the health of Kansans living with breast cancer Enter on line 37 the amount you wish to contribute to this fund (must be $1 or more) LINE 38 Military emergency relief fund: Contributions will be used to help military families with the cost of food housing utilities and medical services incurred while a member of the family is on active military duty Enter on line 38 the amount you wish to contribute to this fund (must be $1 or more) LINE 39 Kansas Hometown Heroes fund: All contributions are used solely for the purpose of advocating and assisting Kansas Veterans dependents and survivors ensuring they receive all federal and state benefits they have earned Enter on line 39 the amount you wish to contribute to this fund (must be $1 or more) LINE 4 Standard deduction or itemized deductions: If you did not itemize your deductions on your federal return you must take the standard deduction on your Kansas return If you itemized on your federal return you may either itemize or take the standard deduction on your Kansas return whichever is to your advantage If you are married and file separate returns you and your spouse must use the same method of claiming deductions if one of you itemize the other must also itemize LINE 40 Refund: Add lines 34 through 39 and subtract the result from line 33 This is your refund amount If line 40 is less than $5 it will not be refunded however you may carry it forward to be applied to your 2013 Kansas income tax liability (enter the amount on line 34) If you do carry it forward please remember to claim it as an estimate payment on your 2013 return You also have an option to apply it to one of the donation programs (lines 35 through 39 of Form K 40) LINE 5 Exemption allowance: Multiply the total number of exemptions claimed on Form K 40 by $2 250 Important If you are claimed as a dependent by another taxpayer enter 0 on line 5 LINE 8 Tax: If line 7 is $50 000 or less use the Tax Tables beginning on page 18 to find the amount of your tax If line 7 is more than $50 000 you must use the Tax Computation Schedules on page 22 to compute your tax LINE 9 Nonresident percentage: Enter the percentage from Schedule S Part B line B23 If 100% enter 100 0000 LINE A1 Enter interest income received credited or earned by you during the taxable year from any state or municipal obligations such as bonds and mutual funds Reduce the income amount by any related expenses (management or trustee fees etc ) directly incurred in purchasing these state or political subdivision obligations Do not include interest income on obligations of the state of Kansas or any Kansas political subdivision issued after 12/ 31/87 or the following bonds exempted by Kansas law: Board of Regents Bonds for Kansas colleges & universities; Electrical Generation Revenue Bonds; Industrial Revenue Bonds; Kansas Highway Bonds; Kansas Turnpike Authority Bonds; and Urban Renewal Bonds LINE A10 Enter any interest or dividend income received from obligations or securities of any authority commission or instrumentality of the United States and its possessions that was included in your federal adjusted gross income This includes U S Savings Bonds U S Treasury Bills and the Federal Land Bank You must reduce the interest amount by any related expenses (management or trustee fees etc ) directly incurred in the purchase of these securities LINE A11 Enter any state or local income tax refund included as income on your federal return LINE A12 Enter amount from line 14 of Schedule CRF if it is the first year of carry forward or line 16a j of Schedule CRF if it is any of the years following Enclose a Schedule CRF for each loss year LINE A13 If you are receiving retirement benefits/pay report on line A12 benefits exempt from Kansas income tax (do not include Social Security benefits) For example KPERS retirement benefits are subject to federal income tax but exempt from Kansas income tax You must make a specific entry on Schedule S to report these exempt benefits Enter total amount of benefits received from these plans that was included in your federal adjusted gross income Do not enclose copies of the 1099R forms instead keep copies for your records for verification by KDOR at a later date LINE A14 Enter amount of the military compensation earned in tax year 2012 only if you are a nonresident of the state of Kansas See MILITARY PERSONNEL on page 3 Enter also any Kansas income for services performed by a non military spouse of a nonresident military service member when the spouse resides in Kansas solely because the service member is stationed in Kansas under military orders LINE A15 Enter amount of the premium costs paid for qualified LTC insurance contracts* Limitations are as follows: LINE A16 Enter contributions deposited in the Learning Quest Education Savings Program (LQESP) or qualified 529 tuition programs (as defined under IRC Section 529) established by another state up to $3 000 per student (beneficiary); or $6 000 per student (beneficiary) if your filing status is married filing joint You may have your direct deposit refund sent directly to your LQESP account This is a great way to save money for higher education expenses For details visit: learningquest com LINE A17 Enter amounts received as a recruitment sign up or retention bonus you received as an incentive to join enlist or remain in the armed forces (including Kansas Army and Air National Guard) to the extent they are included in federal adjusted gross income Also enter amounts you received for repayment of educational or student loans incurred by you or for which you are obligated that you received as a result of your service in the armed forces of the United States to the extent included in federal adjusted gross income LINE A18 Enter the amount of your Kansas expensing deduction from Schedule K 120EX and enclose a copy of your completed K 120EX and federal Form(s) 4562 Also enclose any schedule necessary to enable KDOR to reconcile the federal Form 4562 amounts to the expensing claimed on the K 120EX Important The deduction must qualify under IRC Section 168: Modified accelerated cost recovery system (MACRS) LINE A19 Enter on line A19 a total of the following subtractions from your federal adjusted gross income You may not subtract the amount of your income reported to another state LINE A2 Individuals affected are state employees teachers school district employees and other regular and special members of KPERS; and regular and special members of the Kansas Police and Firemen s Retirement System as well as members of the Justice and Judges Retirement System Current employees: Enter the amount you contributed from your salary to the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS) as shown on your W 2 form typically box 14 Retired employees: If you are receiving RETIREMENT checks from KPERS the amount of your retirement income is subtracted on line A13 Retirement benefits specifically exempt from Kansas income tax Make no entry on this line unless you also made contributions to KPERS during 2012 (for example you retired during 2012) Lump Sum Distributions: If you received a lump sum KPERS distribution during 2012 include on line A2 your 2012 KPERS contributions and follow the instructions for line A19 Other subtractions from federal adjusted gross income LINE A20 Add lines A8 through A19 and enter result LINE A21 Subtract line A20 from line A7 and enter the result here and on line 2 of Form K 40 If line A20 is larger than lineA7 (or if line A7 is zero) enter the result on line 2 of Form K 40 and mark the box to the left to indicate it is a negative amount LINE A3 Enter any federal net operating loss carry forward claimed on your 2012 federal return LINE A4 Enter amount of any charitable contributions claimed on your federal return used to compute contributions to a Regional Foundation on Schedule K 32 LINE A5 If you have a Kansas expensing deduction recapture amount from Schedule K 120EX enter the amount of your deduction on line A5 and enclose a copy of your completed K 120EX and federal Form 4562 LINE A6 Enter the following additions to your federal adjusted gross income: LINE A7 Add lines A1 through A6 and enter result on line A7 LINE A8 If the amount on Line 1 of Form K 40 is $75 000 or less enter the amount received as benefits in 2012 under the Social Security Act (including SSI) to the extent these benefits are included in federal adjusted gross income Do not make an entry if your social security benefit is not subject to federal income tax LINE A9 Enter any amounts withdrawn from a qualified retirement account and include any earnings thereon to the extent that the amounts withdrawn were: 1) Originally received as a KPERS lump sum payment at retirement that you rolled over into a qualified retirement account and 2) the amount entered is included in federal adjusted gross income (included in line 1 of Form K 40) Do not make an entry if the amount withdrawn consists of income that was originally received from retirement annuity contracts purchased for faculty and others employed by the State Board of Regents or by educational institutions under its management with either their direct contributions or through salary reduction plans or a pension received from any Kansas first class city that is not covered by the Kansas Public Employee s Retirement Systems LINE B13 Enter any IRA payments applicable to particular items of Kansas source income LINE B14 Enter only those penalties for early withdrawal assessed during Kansas residency LINE B15 Prorate the alimony paid amount claimed on your federal return by the ratio of the payer s Kansas source income divided by the payer s total income LINE B16 Enter only those moving expenses incurred in 2012 for a move into Kansas LINE B17 Enter the total of all other allowed Federal Adjustments* including but not limited to: LINE B18 Add lines B13 through B17 and enter result LINE B19 Subtract line B18 from B12 and enter result LINE B20 Enter the net modifications from Schedule S Part A that are applicable to Kansas source income If this is a negative amount shade the minus ( ) in the box to the left of line B20 LINE B21 If line B20 is a positive amount add lines B19 and B20 If line B20 is a negative amount subtract line B20 from line B19 Enter the result on line B21 LINE B22 Enter amount from line 3 Form K 40 LINE B23 Divide line B21 by line B22 Round the result to the fourth decimal place; not to exceed 100 0000 Enter the result here and on line 9 of Form K 40 LINE D: If you met the residency and taxpayer status qualifications complete the worksheet on page 22 Enter on line D the Qualifying Income amount from line 14 of your worksheet To receive a refund there must be a qualifying entry on this line so if your income on line 14 is 0 you must enter 0 on line D If the amount is a negative number shade the minus [ ] sign in the box to the left of the number LINES 1 through 3: Complete these line items as indicated on Form K 40 If any are negative numbers shade the minus [ ] sign in the box to the left of the negative number LINES A through C: If you meet the residency qualification complete lines A through C If you answer YES to at least one question then you meet the taxpayer status qualification If you answer NO to all three questions then you do NOT qualify for the refund Mailing your return: Before mailing your income tax return be sure you have: Married Filing Joint $6 000 Monitor populations of endangered species Native American Indian Reservation Income: Enter the amount of income earned on a reservation by a native American Indian residing on his or her tribal reservation to the extent included in federal adjusted gross income not need to complete lines 1 through 40 on the back of NOTE: If you are paying a federal tax on a lump sum distribution received from the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS) prorate the federal tax Divide the Kansas taxable portion of the distribution (accumulated interest plus any contributions made since July 1 1984 that have not been previously added back on your Kansas income tax returns) by the total portion of the distribution NOTE: If your K 40 is filed with a Kansas address do not include a copy of your federal return; however keep a copy of it in case KDOR requests it at a later date If your K 40 shows an address other than Kansas you must enclose a copy of your federal return (1040EZ 1040A or 1040 and applicable Schedules A F) NOTE: Many taxpayers will not have modifications If you do not skip line 2 and enter amount from line 1 on line 3 If however you have income that is taxable at the federal level but not taxable to Kansas or income that is exempt from federal but taxable to Kansas you must complete Part A of Schedule S One half of Self Employment Tax Deduction the portion of the federal deduction applicable to self employment income earned in Kansas OVERPAYMENT Page 8 PART A PART B Partnership S Corporation or Fiduciary Adjustments If you received income from a partnership S corporation joint venture syndicate estate or trust enter your proportionate share of any required addition adjustments The partnership S Corporation or trustee will provide you with the necessary information to determine these amounts Partnership S Corporation or Fiduciary Adjustments: If you received income from a partnership S Corporation joint venture syndicate trust or estate enter your proportionate share of any required subtraction adjustments The partnership S Corporation or trustee will provide you with the necessary information to determine this amount Payment by credit card is available online or by phone through third party vendors Visit our Electronic Services web site at webtax org for a current list of vendors authorized to accept individual income tax payments for Kansas Based on the amount of tax you are paying a convenience fee will be charged Plugging an Abandoned Gas or Oil Well K 39 Preparer authorization box: In some cases it may be necessary for KDOR to contact you about your tax return By marking the box above the signature line you are authorizing the director or director s designee to discuss your tax return and any enclosures with your tax preparer Qualified disaster relief payments under IRC Section 139 LINE B12 Add lines B1 through B11 and enter result Railroad Retirement Benefits: Any retirement plan administered by the U S Railroad Retirement Board including U S Railroad Retirement Benefits tier I tier II dual vested benefits and supplemental annuities REFUND SET OFF PROGRAM Regional Foundation Contribution K 32 Research and Development K 53 RESIDENCY STATUS Residents If you are filing as a resident skip lines 9 and 10 and go to line 11 Nonresidents If you are filing as a nonresident you must complete Part B of Schedule S See page 17 Retain a schedule showing the name of each U S Government obligation interest deduction claimed as it may be requested by KDOR at a later date Returned checks: A fee of $30 00 plus costs for a registered letter (currently $10 30) is charged on all returned checks S Corporation Privilege Adjustment: If you are a shareholder in a bank savings and loan or other financial institution that is organized as an S Corporation enter the portion of any income received that was not distributed as a dividend This income has already been taxed on the privilege tax return filed by the S Corporation financial institution Sale of Kansas Turnpike Bonds: Enter the gain from the sale of Kansas Turnpike Bonds that was included in your federal adjusted gross income Schedule Credit Required Schedule S Instructions Self Employed Health Insurance Deduction payments for health insurance on yourself your spouse and dependents applicable to self employment income earned in Kansas Self employed SEP SIMPLE and qualified plans the portion of the federal deduction applicable to income earned in Kansas Signature: Your income tax return must be signed You will not receive your refund if your return is not signed Both taxpayers must sign a joint return even if only one had income If the return is prepared by someone other than you the preparer should also sign in the space provided signed your return Single City Port Authority K 76 Single Head of Household and Married Filing Separate filers purchasing a LTC contract for the named taxpayer are limited to one $1 000 subtraction modification per return Married Filing Joint filers purchasing LTC contracts for both named taxpayers are limited to two $1 000 subtraction modifications per return (for a total of $2 000) Single or Married Filing Separate $3 000 Small Employer Healthcare Credit Reduce the amount of expense deduction that is included in federal adjusted gross income by the dollar amount of the credit claimed Small Employer Healthcare K 57 Storage and Blending Equipment (for carryforward use only) K 82 Student Loan Interest Deduction interest payments made while a Kansas resident Subtractions from Federal Adjusted Gross Income Support Outdoor Wildlife Learning Sites (OWLS) for schools Swine Facility Improvement Credit Amount of any costs claimed on your federal return and used as the basis for this credit on Schedule K 38 Swine Facility Improvement K 38 TAX COMPUTATION TAXES PAID TO OTHER STATES BY KANSAS RESIDENTS TAXES PAID TO OTHER STATES BY PART YEAR RESIDENTS THAT FILE AS NONRESIDENTS TAXPAYER INFORMATION Telecommunications Property/Income Tax K 36 Temporary Assistance to Families Contribution K 61 The instructions for the following lines apply to the Amount From Kansas Sources column only To qualify for a refund of sales tax paid on food purchases you must meet the qualifications for residency taxpayer status and qualifying income Tuition and Fees Deduction the portion of the federal deduction applicable to income earned in Kansas Unemployment compensation derived from sources in Kansas Unless the debt is a Kansas tax debt KDOR will not have access to who the debt is owed to or how much is owed You must contact the debtor setoff department at 785 296 4628 for that information USE TAX Venture and Local Seed Capital K 55 When you select Direct Payment and provide your bank routing number and bank account number you are authorizing KDOR to initiate an electronic payment from your account for payment of your balance due Direct Payment allows you to file now pay later For example if you file your return on March 20th and elect Direct Payment you can have your bank account debited on the April 15 due date With Direct Payment you are also assured that your payment is made on time Direct payment authorizations on returns filed by midnight of April 15 are considered to be timely paid WITHHOLDING and PAYMENTS WORKSHEET I Standard Deduction for People 65 or Older and/or Blind written your numbers legibly in the spaces provided you were a Kansas resident for part of the year you were required to pay taxes on that other state s income Your Kansas filing status must be the same as your federal filing status If your federal filing status is QUALIFYING WIDOW(ER) WITH DEPENDENT CHILD check the HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD box If you and your spouse file a joint federal return you must file a joint Kansas return even if one of you is a nonresident If you each file separate federal returns you must file separate Kansas returns your total income reported to Kansas includes income earned in the other state while you were a Kansas resident 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