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Federal tax form 2010 14. Federal tax form 2010   Excise Taxes Table of Contents Introduction Topics - This chapter discusses: Useful Items - You may want to see: Fuels Used in FarmingBuyer of fuel, including undyed diesel fuel or undyed kerosene. Federal tax form 2010 Undyed diesel fuel, undyed kerosene, and Other Fuels (including alternative fuel). Federal tax form 2010 Custom application of fertilizer and pesticide. Federal tax form 2010 Fuel not used for farming. Federal tax form 2010 Dyed Diesel Fuel and Dyed Kerosene Fuels Used in Off-Highway Business Use Fuels Used for Household Purposes or Other Than as a Fuel for Propulsion Engines How To Claim a Credit or RefundCredit only. Federal tax form 2010 Claiming a Credit Claiming a Refund Including the Credit or Refund in Income Introduction You may be eligible to claim a credit on your income tax return for the federal excise tax on certain fuels. Federal tax form 2010 You may also be eligible to claim a quarterly refund of the fuel taxes during the year, instead of waiting to claim a credit on your income tax return. Federal tax form 2010 Whether you can claim a credit or refund depends on whether the fuel was taxed and the purpose (nontaxable use) for which you used the fuel. Federal tax form 2010 The nontaxable uses of fuel for which a farmer may claim a credit or refund are generally the following. Federal tax form 2010 Use on a farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 Off-highway business use. Federal tax form 2010 Uses other than as a fuel in a propulsion engine, such as home use. Federal tax form 2010 Table 14-1 presents an overview of credits and refunds that may be claimed for fuels used for the nontaxable uses listed above. Federal tax form 2010 See Publication 510, Excise Taxes, for more information. Federal tax form 2010 Topics - This chapter discusses: Fuels used in farming Dyed diesel fuel and dyed kerosene Fuels used in off-highway business use Fuels used for household purposes How to claim a credit or refund Including the credit or refund in income Useful Items - You may want to see: Publication 510 Excise Taxes Form (and Instructions) 720 Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return 4136 Credit for Federal Tax Paid on Fuels 8849 Claim for Refund of Excise Taxes See chapter 16 for information about getting publications and forms. Federal tax form 2010 Fuels Used in Farming Owners, operators, and tenants of farms and certain other persons may be eligible to claim a credit or refund of excise taxes on fuel used in the trade or business of farming, when used on a farm in the United States for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 See Table 14-1 for a list of available fuel tax credits and refunds. Federal tax form 2010 Fuel is used on a farm for farming purposes only if used in carrying on a trade or business of farming, on a farm in the United States, and for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 Farm. Federal tax form 2010   A farm includes livestock, dairy, fish, poultry, fruit, fur-bearing animals, and truck farms, orchards, plantations, ranches, nurseries, ranges, and feed yards for finishing cattle. Federal tax form 2010 It also includes structures such as greenhouses used primarily for raising agricultural or horticultural commodities. Federal tax form 2010 A fish farm is an area where fish are grown or raised and not merely caught or harvested. Federal tax form 2010 Table 14-1. Federal tax form 2010 Fuel Tax Credits and Refunds at a Glance Use this table to see if you can take a credit or refund for a nontaxable use of the fuel listed. Federal tax form 2010 Fuel Used On a Farm for Farming Purposes Off-Highway Business Use Household Use or Use Other Than as a Fuel1 Gasoline Credit only Credit or refund None Aviation gasoline Credit only None None Undyed diesel fuel and undyed kerosene Credit or refund Credit or refund2 Credit or refund2 Kerosene for use in aviation Credit or refund None None Dyed diesel fuel and dyed kerosene None None None Other Fuels (including alternative fuels)3 Credit or refund Credit or refund None 1For a use other than as fuel in a propulsion engine. Federal tax form 2010 2Applies to undyed kerosene not sold from a blocked pump or, under certain circumstances, for blending with undyed diesel fuel to be used for heating purposes. Federal tax form 2010 See Reg. Federal tax form 2010 48. Federal tax form 2010 6427-10 (b)(1) for the definition of a blocked pump. Federal tax form 2010 3Other Fuels means any liquid except gas oil, fuel oil, or any product taxable under Internal Revenue Code section 4081. Federal tax form 2010 It includes the alternative fuels: liquefied petroleum gas (LPG),“P” Series fuels, compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied hydrogen, any liquid fuel derived from coal (including peat) through the Fischer-Tropsch process, liquid fuel derived from biomass, liquid natural gas (LNG), liquefied gas derived from biomass, and compressed gas derived from biomass. Federal tax form 2010 Farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010   As the owner, tenant, or operator and the ultimate purchaser of fuel that you purchased, you use the fuel on a farm for farming purposes if you use it in any of the following ways. Federal tax form 2010 To cultivate the soil or to raise or harvest any agricultural or horticultural commodity. Federal tax form 2010 To raise, shear, feed, care for, train, or manage livestock, bees, poultry, fur-bearing animals, or wildlife. Federal tax form 2010 To operate, manage, conserve, improve, or maintain your farm and its tools and equipment. Federal tax form 2010 To handle, dry, pack, grade, or store any raw agricultural or horticultural commodity. Federal tax form 2010 For this use to qualify, you must have produced more than half the commodity so treated during the tax year. Federal tax form 2010 The more-than-one-half test applies separately to each commodity. Federal tax form 2010 Commodity means a single raw product. Federal tax form 2010 For example, apples and peaches are two separate commodities. Federal tax form 2010 To plant, cultivate, care for, or cut trees or to prepare (other than sawing logs into lumber, chipping, or other milling) trees for market, but only if these activities are incidental to your farming operations. Federal tax form 2010 Your tree operations are incidental only if they are minor in nature when compared to the total farming operations. Federal tax form 2010   If any other person, such as a neighbor or custom operator (independent contractor), performs a service for you on your farm for any of the purposes included in list items (1) or (2), above, you are considered to be the ultimate purchaser who used the fuel on a farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 Therefore, you can still claim the credit or refund for the fuel so used. Federal tax form 2010 However, see Custom application of fertilizer and pesticide, later. Federal tax form 2010 If the other person performs any other services for you on your farm for purposes not included in list items (1) or (2) above, no one can claim the credit or refund for fuel used on your farm for those other services. Federal tax form 2010 Buyer of fuel, including undyed diesel fuel or undyed kerosene. Federal tax form 2010   If doubt exists whether the owner, tenant, or operator of the farm bought the fuel, determine who actually bore the cost of the fuel. Federal tax form 2010 For example, if the owner of a farm and his or her tenant equally share the cost of gasoline used on the farm, each can claim a credit for the tax on half the fuel used. Federal tax form 2010 Undyed diesel fuel, undyed kerosene, and Other Fuels (including alternative fuel). Federal tax form 2010   Usually, the farmer is the only person who can make a claim for credit or refund for the tax on undyed diesel fuel, undyed kerosene, or other fuels (including alternative fuel) used for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 However, see Custom application of fertilizer and pesticide, next. Federal tax form 2010 Also see Dyed Diesel Fuel and Dyed Kerosene, later. Federal tax form 2010 Example. Federal tax form 2010 Farm owner Haleigh Blue hired custom operator Tyler Steele to cultivate the soil on her farm. Federal tax form 2010 Tyler used 200 gallons of undyed diesel fuel that he purchased to perform the work on Haleigh's farm. Federal tax form 2010 In addition, Haleigh hired contractor Lee Brown to pack and store her apple crop. Federal tax form 2010 Lee bought 25 gallons of undyed diesel fuel to use in packing the apples. Federal tax form 2010 Haleigh can claim the credit for the 200 gallons of undyed diesel fuel used by Tyler on her farm because it qualifies as fuel used on the farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 No one can claim a credit for the 25 gallons used by Lee because that fuel was not used for a farming purpose included in list items (1) or (2), above. Federal tax form 2010 In the above example, both Tyler Steele and Lee Brown could have purchased dyed (untaxed) diesel fuel for their tasks. Federal tax form 2010 Custom application of fertilizer and pesticide. Federal tax form 2010   Fuel used on a farm for farming purposes includes fuel used in the application (including aerial application) of fertilizer, pesticides, or other substances. Federal tax form 2010 Generally, the applicator is treated as having used the fuel on a farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 For applicators using highway vehicles, only the fuel used on the farm is exempt. Federal tax form 2010 Fuel used traveling on the highway to and from the farm is taxable. Federal tax form 2010 Fuel used by an aerial applicator for the direct flight between the airfield and one or more farms is treated as used for a farming purpose. Federal tax form 2010 For aviation gasoline, the aerial applicator makes the claim as the ultimate purchaser. Federal tax form 2010 For kerosene used in aviation, the ultimate purchaser may make the claim or waive the right to make the claim to the registered ultimate vendor. Federal tax form 2010 A sample waiver is included as Model Waiver L in the appendix of Publication 510. Federal tax form 2010 A registered ultimate vendor is the person who sells undyed diesel fuel, undyed kerosene, or kerosene for use in aviation to the user (ultimate purchaser) of the fuel for use on a farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 To claim a credit or refund of tax, the ultimate vendor must be registered with the Internal Revenue Service at the time the claim is made. Federal tax form 2010 However, registered ultimate vendors cannot make claims for undyed diesel fuel and undyed kerosene sold for use on a farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 Fuel not used for farming. Federal tax form 2010   You do not use fuel on a farm for farming purposes when you use it in any of the following ways. Federal tax form 2010 Off the farm, such as on the highway or in noncommercial aviation, even if the fuel is used in transporting livestock, feed, crops, or equipment. Federal tax form 2010 For personal use, such as lawn mowing. Federal tax form 2010 In processing, packaging, freezing, or canning operations. Federal tax form 2010 In processing crude gum into gum spirits of turpentine or gum resin or in processing maple sap into maple syrup or maple sugar. Federal tax form 2010 All-terrain vehicles (ATVs). Federal tax form 2010   Fuel used in ATVs on a farm for farming purposes, discussed earlier, is eligible for a credit or refund of excise taxes on the fuel. Federal tax form 2010 Fuel used in ATVs for nonfarming purposes is not eligible for a credit or refund of the taxes. Federal tax form 2010 If ATVs are used both for farming and nonfarming purposes, only that portion of the fuel used for farming purposes is eligible for the credit or refund. Federal tax form 2010 Dyed Diesel Fuel and Dyed Kerosene If you purchase dyed diesel fuel or dyed kerosene for a nontaxable use, you must use it only on a farm for farming purposes or for other nontaxable purposes. Federal tax form 2010 For example, you should not use dyed diesel fuel in a truck that is used both on the farm for farming purposes and on the highway, even though the highway use is in connection with farm business. Federal tax form 2010 Excise tax applies to the fuel used by the truck on the highways. Federal tax form 2010 In this situation, undyed (taxed) fuel should be purchased for the truck. Federal tax form 2010 You should keep fuel records of the use of the truck on the farm for farming purposes, and for other uses. Federal tax form 2010 You may be eligible for a credit or refund for the excise tax on fuel used on the farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 Penalty. Federal tax form 2010   A penalty is imposed on any person who knowingly uses, sells, or alters dyed diesel fuel or dyed kerosene for any purpose other than a nontaxable use. Federal tax form 2010 The penalty is the greater of $1,000 or $10 per gallon of the dyed diesel fuel or dyed kerosene involved. Federal tax form 2010 After the first violation, the $1,000 portion of the penalty increases depending on the number of violations. Federal tax form 2010 For more information on this penalty, see Publication 510. Federal tax form 2010 Fuels Used in Off-Highway Business Use You may be eligible to claim a credit or refund for the excise tax on fuel used in an off-highway business use. Federal tax form 2010 Off-highway business use. Federal tax form 2010   This is any use of fuel in a trade or business or in an income-producing activity. Federal tax form 2010 The use must not be in a highway vehicle registered or required to be registered for use on public highways. Federal tax form 2010 Off-highway business use generally does not include any use in a recreational motorboat. Federal tax form 2010 Examples. Federal tax form 2010   Off-highway business use includes the use of fuels in a trade or business in any of the following ways. Federal tax form 2010 In stationary machines such as generators, compressors, power saws, and similar equipment; For cleaning ; and In forklift trucks, bulldozers, and earthmovers. Federal tax form 2010   Off-highway nonbusiness (taxable) use of fuel includes: use in minibikes, snowmobiles, power lawn mowers, chain saws, and other yard equipment. Federal tax form 2010 For more information, see Publication 510. Federal tax form 2010 Fuels Used for Household Purposes or Other Than as a Fuel for Propulsion Engines You may be eligible to claim a credit or refund for the excise tax on undyed diesel fuel or kerosene used for home heating, lighting, and cooking. Federal tax form 2010 This also applies to diesel fuel and kerosene used in a home generator to produce electricity for home use. Federal tax form 2010 Home use of a fuel does not include use in a propulsion engine and it is not considered an off-highway business use. Federal tax form 2010 How To Claim a Credit or Refund You may be able to claim a credit or refund of the excise tax on fuels you use for nontaxable uses. Federal tax form 2010 The basic rules for claiming credits and refunds are listed in Table 14-2 . Federal tax form 2010 Table 14-2. Federal tax form 2010 Claiming a Credit or Refund of Excise Taxes This table gives the basic rules for claiming a credit or refund of excise taxes on fuels used for a nontaxable use. Federal tax form 2010   Credit Refund Which form to use Form 4136, Credit for Federal Tax Paid on Fuels Form 8849, Claim for Refund of Excise Taxes, and Schedule 1 (Form 8849), Nontaxable Use of Fuels Type of form Annual Quarterly When to file With your income tax return By the last day of the quarter following the last quarter included in the claim Amount of tax Any amount $750 or more1 1You may carry over an amount less than $750 to the next quarter. Federal tax form 2010 Keep at your principal place of business all records needed to enable the IRS to verify that you are the person entitled to claim a credit or refund and the amount you claimed. Federal tax form 2010 You do not have to use any special form, but the records should establish the following information. Federal tax form 2010 The total number of gallons bought and used during the period covered by your claim. Federal tax form 2010 The dates of the purchases. Federal tax form 2010 The names and addresses of suppliers and amounts bought from each during the period covered by your claim. Federal tax form 2010 The nontaxable use for which you used the fuel. Federal tax form 2010 The number of gallons used for each nontaxable use. Federal tax form 2010 It is important that your records separately show the number of gallons used for each nontaxable use that qualifies as a claim. Federal tax form 2010 For more information about recordkeeping, see Publication 583, Starting a Business and Keeping Records. Federal tax form 2010 Credit or refund. Federal tax form 2010   A credit is an amount that reduces the tax on your income tax return when you file it at the end of the year. Federal tax form 2010 If you meet certain requirements, you may claim a refund during the year instead of waiting until you file your income tax return. Federal tax form 2010 Credit only. Federal tax form 2010   You can claim the following taxes only as a credit on your income tax return. Federal tax form 2010 Tax on gasoline and aviation gasoline you used on a farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 Tax on fuels (including undyed diesel fuel or undyed kerosene) you used for nontaxable uses if the total for the tax year is less than $750. Federal tax form 2010 Tax on fuel you did not include in any claim for refund previously filed for any quarter of the tax year. Federal tax form 2010 Claiming a Credit You make a claim for a fuel tax credit on Form 4136 and attach it to your income tax return. Federal tax form 2010 Do not claim a credit for any excise tax for which you have filed a refund claim. Federal tax form 2010 How to claim a credit. Federal tax form 2010   How you claim a credit depends on whether you are an individual, partnership, corporation, S corporation, trust, or farmers' cooperative association. Federal tax form 2010 Individuals. Federal tax form 2010   You claim the credit on the “Credit for federal tax on fuels” line of your Form 1040. Federal tax form 2010 If you would not otherwise have to file an income tax return, you must do so to get a fuel tax credit. Federal tax form 2010 Partnership. Federal tax form 2010   Partnerships (other than electing large partnerships) claim the credit by including a statement on Schedule K-1 (Form 1065), Partner's Share of Income, Deductions, Credits, etc. Federal tax form 2010 , showing each partner's share of the number of gallons of each fuel sold or used for a nontaxable use, the type of use, and the applicable credit per gallon. Federal tax form 2010 Each partner claims the credit on his or her income tax return for the partner's share of the fuel used by the partnership. Federal tax form 2010 An electing large partnership can claim the credit on the “Other payments” line of Form 1065-B, U. Federal tax form 2010 S. Federal tax form 2010 Return of Income for Electing Large Partnerships. Federal tax form 2010 Other entities. Federal tax form 2010   Corporations, S corporations, farmers' cooperative associations, and trusts make the claim on the appropriate line of their income tax return. Federal tax form 2010 When to claim a credit. Federal tax form 2010   You can claim a fuel tax credit on your income tax return for the year you used the fuel. Federal tax form 2010 You may be able to make a fuel tax claim on an amended income tax return for the year you used the fuel. Federal tax form 2010 A claim for credit or refund of an overpayment must generally be filed within the later of: Three years from the date the original return was filed, or Two years from the date the tax was paid. Federal tax form 2010 Claiming a Refund Generally, you may claim a refund of excise taxes on Form 8849. Federal tax form 2010 Complete and attach to Form 8849 the appropriate Form 8849 schedule(s). Federal tax form 2010 The instructions for Form 8849 and the separate instructions for each schedule explain the requirements for making a claim for refund. Federal tax form 2010 If you file Form 720, you can use its Schedule C for your refund claims for the quarter. Federal tax form 2010 See the Instructions for Form 720. Federal tax form 2010 Do not claim a refund on Form 8849 for any amount for which you have filed or will file a claim on Form 720 or Form 4136. Federal tax form 2010 You may file a claim for refund for any quarter of your tax year for which you can claim $750 or more. Federal tax form 2010 This amount is the excise tax on all fuels used for a nontaxable use during that quarter or any prior quarter (for which no other claim has been filed) during the tax year. Federal tax form 2010 If you cannot claim at least $750 at the end of a quarter, you carry the amount over to the next quarter of your tax year to determine if you can claim at least $750 for that quarter. Federal tax form 2010 If you cannot claim at least $750 at the end of the fourth quarter of your tax year, you must claim a credit on your income tax return using Form 4136. Federal tax form 2010 Only one claim can be filed for a quarter. Federal tax form 2010 You cannot claim a refund for excise tax on gasoline and aviation gasoline used on a farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 You must claim a credit on your income tax return for the tax. Federal tax form 2010 How to file a quarterly claim. Federal tax form 2010   File the claim for refund by filling out Schedule 1 (Form 8849) and attaching it to Form 8849. Federal tax form 2010 Send it to the address shown in the instructions. Federal tax form 2010 If you file Form 720, you can use its Schedule C for your refund claims. Federal tax form 2010 See the Instructions for Form 720. Federal tax form 2010 When to file a quarterly claim. Federal tax form 2010   You must file a quarterly claim by the last day of the first quarter following the last quarter included in the claim. Federal tax form 2010 If you do not file a timely refund claim for the fourth quarter of your tax year, you will have to claim a credit for that amount on your income tax return, as discussed earlier. Federal tax form 2010    In most situations, the amount claimed as a credit or refund will be less than the amount deducted as fuel tax expense because the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) tax of $0. Federal tax form 2010 001 per gallon is generally not subject to credit or refund. Federal tax form 2010 Including the Credit or Refund in Income Include any credit or refund of excise taxes on fuels in your gross income if you claimed the total cost of the fuel (including the excise taxes) as an expense deduction that reduced your income tax liability. Federal tax form 2010 Which year you include a credit or refund in gross income depends on whether you use the cash or an accrual method of accounting. Federal tax form 2010 Cash method. Federal tax form 2010   If you use the cash method and file a claim for refund, include the refund amount in gross income for the tax year in which you receive the refund. Federal tax form 2010 If you claim a credit on your income tax return, include the credit amount in gross income for the tax year in which you file Form 4136. Federal tax form 2010 If you file an amended return and claim a credit, include the credit amount in gross income for the tax year in which you receive the credit. Federal tax form 2010 Example. Federal tax form 2010 Sharon Brown, a farmer who uses the cash method, filed her 2012 Form 1040 on March 3, 2013. Federal tax form 2010 On her Schedule F, she deducted the total cost of gasoline (including $110 of excise taxes) used on the farm for farming purposes. Federal tax form 2010 Then, on Form 4136, she claimed the $110 as a credit. Federal tax form 2010 Sharon reports the $110 as other income on line 8b of her 2013 Schedule F. Federal tax form 2010 Accrual method. Federal tax form 2010   If you use an accrual method, include the amount of credit or refund in gross income for the tax year in which you used the fuels. Federal tax form 2010 It does not matter whether you filed for a quarterly refund or claimed the entire amount as a credit. Federal tax form 2010 Example. Federal tax form 2010 Patty Green, a farmer who uses the accrual method, files her 2012 Form 1040 on April 15, 2013. Federal tax form 2010 On Schedule F, she deducts the total cost of gasoline (including $155 of excise taxes) she used on the farm for farming purposes during 2012. Federal tax form 2010 On Form 4136, Patty claims the $155 as a credit. Federal tax form 2010 She reports the $155 as other income on line 8b of her 2012 Schedule F. 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Federal tax form 2010 Publication 551 - Introductory Material Table of Contents What's New Reminder IntroductionOrdering forms and publications. Federal tax form 2010 Tax questions. Federal tax form 2010 Useful Items - You may want to see: What's New Property acquired from a decedent who died in 2010. Federal tax form 2010  Property acquired from a decedent dying in 2010 will no longer have an automatic increase in basis. Federal tax form 2010 See Publication 4895, Tax Treatment of Property Acquired From a Decedent Dying in 2010, for details. Federal tax form 2010 Reminder Photographs of missing children. Federal tax form 2010  The Internal Revenue Service is a proud partner with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Federal tax form 2010 Photographs of missing children selected by the Center may appear in this publication on pages that would otherwise be blank. Federal tax form 2010 You can help bring these children home by looking at the photographs and calling 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) if you recognize a child. Federal tax form 2010 Introduction Basis is the amount of your investment in property for tax purposes. Federal tax form 2010 Use the basis of property to figure depreciation, amortization, depletion, and casualty losses. Federal tax form 2010 Also use it to figure gain or loss on the sale or other disposition of property. Federal tax form 2010 You must keep accurate records of all items that affect the basis of property so you can make these computations. Federal tax form 2010 This publication is divided into the following sections. Federal tax form 2010 Cost Basis Adjusted Basis Basis Other Than Cost The basis of property you buy is usually its cost. Federal tax form 2010 You may also have to capitalize (add to basis) certain other costs related to buying or producing the property. Federal tax form 2010 Your original basis in property is adjusted (increased or decreased) by certain events. Federal tax form 2010 If you make improvements to the property, increase your basis. Federal tax form 2010 If you take deductions for depreciation or casualty losses, reduce your basis. Federal tax form 2010 You cannot determine your basis in some assets by cost. Federal tax form 2010 This includes property you receive as a gift or inheritance. Federal tax form 2010 It also applies to property received in an involuntary conversion and certain other circumstances. Federal tax form 2010 Comments and suggestions. Federal tax form 2010   We welcome your comments about this publication and your suggestions for future editions. Federal tax form 2010   You can write to us at the following address: Internal Revenue Service Business Forms and Publications Branch SE:W:CAR:MP:T:B 1111 Constitution Ave. Federal tax form 2010 NW, IR-6526 Washington, DC 20224   We respond to many letters by telephone. Federal tax form 2010 Therefore, it would be helpful if you would include your daytime phone number, including the area code, in your correspondence. Federal tax form 2010   You can email us at taxforms@irs. Federal tax form 2010 gov. Federal tax form 2010 Please put “Publications Comment” on the subject line. Federal tax form 2010 You can also send us comments from www. Federal tax form 2010 irs. Federal tax form 2010 gov/formspubs/, select “Comment on Tax Forms and Publications” under “Information about. Federal tax form 2010 ”   Although we cannot respond individually to each comment received, we do appreciate your feedback and will consider your comments as we revise our tax products. Federal tax form 2010 Ordering forms and publications. Federal tax form 2010   Visit www. Federal tax form 2010 irs. Federal tax form 2010 gov/formspubs to download forms and publications, call 1-800-829-3676, or write to the address below and receive a response within 10 business days after your request is received. Federal tax form 2010  Internal Revenue Service  1201 N. Federal tax form 2010 Mitsubishi Motorway Bloomington, IL 61705-6613 Tax questions. Federal tax form 2010   If you have a tax question, visit IRS. Federal tax form 2010 gov or call 1-800-829-1040. Federal tax form 2010 We cannot answer tax questions sent to either of the above addresses. Federal tax form 2010 Useful Items - You may want to see: Publication 463 Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses 523 Selling Your Home 525 Taxable and Nontaxable Income 527 Residential Rental Property 530 Tax Information for First-Time Homeowners 535 Business Expenses 537 Installment Sales 544 Sales and Other Dispositions of Assets 550 Investment Income and Expenses 559 Survivors, Executors, and Administrators 587 Business Use of Your Home 946 How To Depreciate Property Form (and Instructions) 706 United States Estate (and Generation-Skipping Transfer) Tax Return 706-A United States Additional Estate Tax Return 8594 Asset Acquisition Statement See How To Get Tax Help near the end of this publication for information about getting publications and forms. Federal tax form 2010 Prev  Up  Next   Home   More Online Publications