Up Next
0
IRS Form 1041 – Fiduciary Income Tax Returns Ex...
Just like your obligation to pay income taxes and file a return, trusts and estates must do so as well. If you have been appointed the trustee of an estate, you may need to file IRS form 1041 – commonly referred to as a Fiduciary Income Tax Return. Find out all about this estate income tax return and its filing requirements with this helpful tax tips video. Video provided by TurboTax.
Share
IRS Form 1041 – Fiduciary Income Tax Returns Explained
Just like your obligation to pay income taxes and file a return, trusts and estates must do so as well. If you have been appointed the trustee of an estate, you may need to file IRS form 1041 – commonly referred to as a Fiduciary Income Tax Return. Find out all about this estate income tax return and its filing requirements with this helpful tax tips video. Video provided by TurboTax.
Date: 7/15/12
Views: 968
Video by:  Turbo Tax
 
Follow us:
Loading... 1 of 167
Today's Most Watched Videos
Related Videos
Loading... 1 of 56