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State tax extension Internal Revenue Bulletin:  2013-7  February 11, 2013  Rev. State tax extension Proc. State tax extension 2013-16 Table of Contents SECTION 1. State tax extension PURPOSE SECTION 2. State tax extension BACKGROUND—HAMP AND THE HAMP PRINCIPAL REDUCTION ALTERNATIVE SECTION 3. State tax extension BACKGROUND—APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF LAW SECTION 4. State tax extension FEDERAL INCOME TAX TREATMENT SECTION 5. State tax extension INFORMATION-REPORTING OBLIGATIONS SECTION 6. State tax extension HAMP-PRA BORROWERS’ REPORTING OF DISCHARGES OF INDEBTEDNESS UNDER HAMP-PRA SECTION 7. State tax extension PENALTY RELIEF FOR 2012 SECTION 8. State tax extension SCOPE AND EFFECTIVE DATE SECTION 9. State tax extension DRAFTING INFORMATION SECTION 1. State tax extension PURPOSE This revenue procedure provides guidance to mortgage loan holders, loan servicers, and borrowers who are participating in the Department of the Treasury’s (Treasury) and Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Home Affordable Modification Program® (HAMP®). State tax extension Under HAMP, a borrower may be eligible for principal reduction of the outstanding balance of a qualifying mortgage pursuant to the program’s Principal Reduction AlternativeSM (PRA). State tax extension In appropriate cases, HAMP has been offering the PRA as part of a HAMP loan modification since the last quarter of 2010. State tax extension Current plans call for HAMP to continue accepting new borrowers through the end of 2013. State tax extension The Internal Revenue Service (Service) is providing this guidance to address the tax consequences for borrowers (HAMP-PRA borrowers) who are participating in the PRA and the reporting obligations for participating mortgage loan holders and servicers. State tax extension SECTION 2. State tax extension BACKGROUND—HAMP AND THE HAMP PRINCIPAL REDUCTION ALTERNATIVE . State tax extension 01 To help distressed borrowers lower their monthly mortgage payments, Treasury and HUD established HAMP for mortgage loans that are not owned or guaranteed by the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) or the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac). State tax extension A description of the program can be found at www. State tax extension makinghomeaffordable. State tax extension gov. State tax extension . State tax extension 02 Under HAMP, a participating loan servicer, acting on behalf of the mortgage loan holder, must consider a sequence of modification steps for each eligible borrower’s mortgage loan until the borrower’s monthly payment is reduced to a monthly payment amount determined under the HAMP guidelines. State tax extension These steps include a reduction in the mortgage loan’s interest rate, an extension of the mortgage loan’s term, and a reduction in the mortgage loan’s principal balance. State tax extension . State tax extension 03 In some cases, the unpaid principal balance of the modified mortgage loan is divided into (1) an amount that bears stated interest and that is used to calculate the borrower’s new monthly mortgage payment (the “Non-forbearance Portion”), and (2) a forbearance amount, which does not bear stated interest and on which periodic payments of stated principal are not required. State tax extension The stated principal of the forbearance amount is due upon the earliest of the borrower’s transfer of the property, payoff of the balance on the Non-forbearance Portion of the mortgage loan, or maturity of the mortgage loan. State tax extension However, as noted in section 2. State tax extension 06 of this revenue procedure, a HAMP-PRA borrower sometimes may not have to pay all or a portion of the forbearance amount. State tax extension (The forbearance amount associated with a HAMP-PRA principal reduction is called the “PRA Forbearance Amount. State tax extension ”) . State tax extension 04 If a mortgage loan is being considered for a HAMP modification and the amount owed on the mortgage loan is greater than 115 percent of the value of the property, then the servicer must consider whether principal reduction under PRA should be used as part of the HAMP modification. State tax extension . State tax extension 05 The first step toward a HAMP modification is a trial period plan, in which the borrower’s monthly mortgage payment is set at a monthly payment amount determined under the HAMP guidelines. State tax extension The trial period plan effective date is the due date for the first of the reduced payments that are to be made under the trial period plan. State tax extension (It is the first day of either the first or the second month after the servicer transmits the trial period notice to the borrower. State tax extension ) In general, the trial period is three months, and, during this period, the borrower must satisfy certain conditions before the changes to the terms of the mortgage loan become permanent (the “Trial Period Conditions”). State tax extension Specifically, depending on the borrower’s trial period payment history, the borrower’s compliance with HAMP and servicer guidelines, and his or her satisfaction of all other Trial Period Conditions, the borrower will be offered a permanent modification of the terms of the mortgage loan, including monthly mortgage payments that are lower than those under the old mortgage loan. State tax extension Until the effective date of a permanent modification, the terms of the existing mortgage loan continue to apply. State tax extension . State tax extension 06 After the mortgage loan is permanently modified under HAMP, if the modified mortgage loan is in good standing on the first, second, or third annual anniversary of the trial period plan effective date (the “Three-year Period”), the servicer must reduce the unpaid principal balance of the mortgage loan on the respective anniversary date by one-third of the initial PRA Forbearance Amount. State tax extension (The servicer allocates the entire reduction to the remaining PRA Forbearance Amount. State tax extension ) In general, if a HAMP-PRA borrower’s mortgage loan is in good standing and if the HAMP-PRA borrower pays in full the Non-forbearance Portion of the mortgage loan prior to the reduction of the entire PRA Forbearance Amount, the servicer must reduce the remaining outstanding principal balance of the mortgage loan by the remaining PRA Forbearance Amount. State tax extension . State tax extension 07 In connection with every HAMP loan modification, the HAMP program administrator (acting on behalf of the federal government) provides incentives to the borrower, the servicer, and the investor (that is, the holder of the mortgage loan). State tax extension If a HAMP loan modification includes a PRA principal reduction, the HAMP program administrator makes additional incentive payments to the investor. State tax extension These additional incentives are called “PRA Investor Incentive Payments” and are generally spread over three years. State tax extension The size of the PRA Investor Incentive Payments depends on the amount of principal reduced, the loan-to-value ratio at the time of the HAMP modification, and the loan’s payment history before the modification. State tax extension The PRA Investor Incentive Payments range from 18 to 63 percent of the principal amounts reduced. State tax extension For purposes of this revenue procedure, the excess of the initial PRA Forbearance Amount of a mortgage loan over the aggregate PRA Investor Incentive Payments scheduled to be paid with respect to that loan is called the “PRA Adjusted Forbearance Amount. State tax extension ” . State tax extension 08 A PRA Investor Incentive Payment is earned by the investor on each date on which the servicer reduces the unpaid principal balance of the mortgage loan by a portion of the PRA Forbearance Amount (generally, on the first three annual anniversaries of the trial period plan effective date). State tax extension . State tax extension 09 If a HAMP-PRA borrower’s early payment in full of the Non-forbearance Portion of the mortgage loan accelerates the reduction of the remaining PRA Forbearance Amount (described above in section 2. State tax extension 06 of this revenue procedure), the remaining PRA Investor Incentive Payments from the HAMP program administrator are also accelerated. State tax extension . State tax extension 10 If, prior to completion of the Three-year Period, a mortgage loan ceases to be in good standing because of the HAMP-PRA borrower’s payment history, then the remaining PRA Forbearance Amount is not further reduced and is due when the HAMP-PRA borrower transfers the property, the HAMP-PRA borrower refinances, or otherwise pays off the Non-forbearance Portion of the mortgage loan, or the mortgage loan matures. State tax extension SECTION 3. State tax extension BACKGROUND—APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF LAW . State tax extension 01 Under § 61 of the Internal Revenue Code, except as otherwise provided in subtitle A, gross income means all income from whatever source derived, including income from discharge of indebtedness. State tax extension See § 61(a)(12). State tax extension . State tax extension 02 Under § 1. State tax extension 1001-3 of the Income Tax Regulations, if a debt instrument undergoes a significant modification, then the modification results in an exchange of the original debt instrument for the modified debt instrument. State tax extension In general, an agreement to change a term of a debt instrument is a modification at the time the borrower and holder enter into the agreement, even if the change in term is not immediately effective. State tax extension However, if the change is conditioned on reasonable closing conditions, a modification occurs on the closing date of the agreement. State tax extension See § 1. State tax extension 1001-3(c)(6). State tax extension . State tax extension 03 Under § 108(e)(10), in the case of a debt-for-debt exchange (including a deemed exchange under § 1. State tax extension 1001-3), the borrower is treated as having satisfied the original debt instrument with an amount of money equal to the issue price of the new debt instrument. State tax extension If the amount of debt satisfied in this manner exceeds that issue price, the borrower realizes discharge of indebtedness income on the exchange. State tax extension See also § 1. State tax extension 61-12(c). State tax extension . State tax extension 04 The issue price of a non-publicly traded debt instrument issued for non-publicly traded property generally reflects the amount of principal that the borrower is required to pay to the holder of the instrument. State tax extension If a borrower has the ability to avoid paying certain amounts (including principal) without violating the terms of the instrument, the payment schedule for the instrument is generally determined based on an assumption that the borrower will avoid any requirement to make those payments. State tax extension See, e. State tax extension g. State tax extension , §§ 1. State tax extension 1272-1(c)(5) and 1. State tax extension 1274-2(d). State tax extension . State tax extension 05 Under § 108(a), gross income does not include any amount that but for § 108(a) would be includible in gross income by reason of the discharge (in whole or in part) of a taxpayer’s indebtedness if (1) the indebtedness discharged is qualified principal residence indebtedness that is discharged before January 1, 2014, or (2) the discharge occurs when the taxpayer is insolvent. State tax extension Section 108(a)(1)(E) and 108(a)(1)(B). State tax extension (Although § 108 contains other exclusions as well, this revenue procedure focuses on these two exclusions because they are the most likely to apply to the greatest number of HAMP-PRA borrowers. State tax extension ) . State tax extension 06 Under §§ 108(h) and 163(h)(3)(B), qualified principal residence indebtedness is any indebtedness that is incurred by a borrower to buy, build, or substantially improve the borrower’s principal residence and is secured by that residence. State tax extension . State tax extension 07 Qualified principal residence indebtedness also includes a loan secured by the borrower’s principal residence that refinances qualified principal residence indebtedness, but only to the extent of the amount of the refinanced indebtedness. State tax extension See §§ 108(h) and 163(h)(3)(B)(i). State tax extension . State tax extension 08 The maximum amount of discharged indebtedness that a borrower may exclude from gross income under the qualified principal residence indebtedness exclusion is $2,000,000 ($1,000,000 for a married individual filing a separate return). State tax extension Under § 108(h)(4), if only part of the discharged indebtedness is qualified principal residence indebtedness, then the exclusion applies only to the amount of the discharged indebtedness that exceeds the amount of the loan (determined immediately before the discharge) that is not qualified principal residence indebtedness. State tax extension . State tax extension 09 Under § 108(a)(3), the insolvency exclusion applies to the lesser of the amount of the debt discharged or the amount by which the taxpayer is insolvent immediately before the discharge. State tax extension . State tax extension 10 Section 108(d)(3) provides that, for purposes of the insolvency exclusion, a taxpayer is insolvent to the extent that the taxpayer’s total liabilities exceed the fair market value of all of the taxpayer’s assets immediately before the discharge of indebtedness. State tax extension Under § 108(a)(2)(C), the qualified principal residence indebtedness exclusion takes precedence over the insolvency exclusion when both exclusions apply to discharged indebtedness, unless the taxpayer elects to apply the insolvency exclusion. State tax extension . State tax extension 11 If an amount is excluded from gross income as a discharge of qualified principal residence indebtedness, the taxpayer must reduce the basis of the taxpayer’s principal residence. State tax extension See § 108(h)(1). State tax extension If a discharged amount is excluded from gross income because the taxpayer was insolvent when the discharge occurred, the taxpayer must reduce certain tax attributes (possibly including basis). State tax extension See § 108(b). State tax extension For further discussion of income from the discharge of indebtedness, the qualified principal residence indebtedness exclusion, the insolvency exclusion, and other exclusions from gross income that may apply, see Publication 4681, Canceled Debts, Foreclosures, Repossessions, and Abandonments (for Individuals). State tax extension . State tax extension 12 Taxpayers who exclude any discharged amounts from gross income report both the exclusion and the resulting reduction in basis or other tax attributes on Form 982, Reduction of Tax Attributes Due to Discharge of Indebtedness (and Section 1082 Basis Adjustment). State tax extension See Form 982 instructions and Publication 4681. State tax extension This form is to be filed with the tax return for the taxable year in which the amount is discharged but is excluded from gross income. State tax extension . State tax extension 13 Governmental payments made to or on behalf of individuals or other persons are included within the broad definition of gross income under § 61 unless an exception applies. State tax extension See Notice 2003-18, 2003-1 C. State tax extension B. State tax extension 699, and Rev. State tax extension Rul. State tax extension 79-356, 1979-2 C. State tax extension B. State tax extension 28. State tax extension However, if disbursements are made by a governmental unit to individuals in the interest of the general welfare (that is, are generally based on individual or family need) and the disbursements do not represent compensation for services, then the amounts disbursed are excluded from the income of the recipient (general welfare exclusion). State tax extension See Rev. State tax extension Rul. State tax extension 2005-46, 2005-2 C. State tax extension B. State tax extension 120, and Rev. State tax extension Rul. State tax extension 75-246, 1975-1 C. State tax extension B. State tax extension 24. State tax extension . State tax extension 14 Under § 451 and § 1. State tax extension 451-1(a), a taxpayer that uses the cash receipts and disbursements method of accounting includes income in gross income when the taxpayer actually or constructively receives the income. State tax extension . State tax extension 15 Section 6041 requires every person engaged in a trade or business (including the United States and its agencies) to (1) file an information return (Form 1099-MISC, Miscellaneous Income, is used for this purpose) for each calendar year in which the person makes, in the course of its trade or business, payments to another person of fixed or determinable income aggregating $600 or more, and (2) furnish a copy of the information return to that other person. State tax extension See § 6041(a) and (d) and § 1. State tax extension 6041-1(a)(1) and (b). State tax extension . State tax extension 16 Section 6050P requires applicable entities (including the United States and its agencies, financial entities, and any organization a significant trade or business of which is the lending of money) to (1) file an information return (Form 1099-C, Cancellation of Debt, is used for this purpose) for each calendar year in which it discharges indebtedness of another person of $600 or more, and (2) furnish a copy of the information return to that other person. State tax extension See § 6050P(a)-(c) and §§ 1. State tax extension 6050P-1(a) and 1. State tax extension 6050P-2(a) and (d). State tax extension . State tax extension 17 Section 6721 imposes penalties with respect to information returns required to be filed with the Service. State tax extension These penalties apply in the case of a failure to timely file an information return, a failure to include all required information on the return, or the inclusion of incorrect information on the return. State tax extension Section 6724(d)(1) includes Forms 1099-MISC and 1099-C in the term “information return. State tax extension ” . State tax extension 18 Section 6722 imposes penalties with respect to payee statements required to be furnished to payees. State tax extension These penalties apply in the case of a failure to timely furnish a payee statement, a failure to include all required information on the statement, or the inclusion of incorrect information on the payee statement. State tax extension Section 6724(d)(2) includes in the term “payee statement” copies of Forms 1099-MISC and 1099-C that are required to be furnished to taxpayers. State tax extension SECTION 4. State tax extension FEDERAL INCOME TAX TREATMENT . State tax extension 01 Because a HAMP modification with a PRA principal reduction is a significant modification, it results in a deemed debt-for-debt exchange in which the HAMP-PRA borrower satisfies the old mortgage loan by issuing a new one. State tax extension See § 1. State tax extension 1001-3. State tax extension At the time of the modification, therefore, under § 108 and this revenue procedure, the HAMP-PRA borrower realizes discharge of indebtedness income equal to any excess of the adjusted issue price of the old mortgage loan (which was satisfied in the deemed exchange) over the issue price of the new (post-modification) mortgage loan. State tax extension See also § 61(a)(12) and § 1. State tax extension 61-12(c). State tax extension . State tax extension 02 A HAMP-PRA borrower has the ability to avoid payment of the PRA Adjusted Forbearance Amount. State tax extension Because the HAMP-PRA borrower has this ability, that amount should not be taken into account in determining the issue price of the new mortgage loan. State tax extension Because the issue price of the new mortgage loan does not include the PRA Adjusted Forbearance Amount, the PRA Adjusted Forbearance Amount contributes to the excess of the adjusted issue price of the old mortgage loan (which was satisfied in the deemed exchange) over the issue price of the new mortgage loan. State tax extension . State tax extension 03 On the other hand, the investor has not given up its right to receive the remainder of the PRA Forbearance Amount, because the HAMP program administrator is expected to make those payments on the HAMP-PRA borrower’s behalf by making the PRA Investor Incentive Payments. State tax extension Because the remainder of the PRA Forbearance Amount is payable in this manner, that remainder is included in the issue price of the new mortgage loan. State tax extension . State tax extension 04 The Trial Period Conditions are reasonable closing conditions that must be satisfied before the changes to the terms of the mortgage loan become permanent. State tax extension Therefore, for purposes of § 1. State tax extension 1001-3, the date of the modification is the date of the permanent modification. State tax extension . State tax extension 05 Unless an exclusion applies, the HAMP-PRA borrower includes in gross income the discharge of indebtedness income described in section 4. State tax extension 01 of this revenue procedure for the taxable year in which the permanent modification occurs. State tax extension Under certain conditions, however, section 6 of this revenue procedure permits a borrower to report the discharge of indebtedness under HAMP-PRA over the Three-year Period. State tax extension The qualified principal residence indebtedness exclusion under § 108(a)(1)(E) and the insolvency exclusion under § 108(a)(1)(B) are two exclusions that may apply to the discharge. State tax extension . State tax extension 06 The PRA Investor Incentive Payment is treated as a payment on the mortgage loan by the HAMP program administrator on behalf of the HAMP-PRA borrower. State tax extension . State tax extension 07 To the extent that the HAMP-PRA borrower uses the property as the HAMP-PRA borrower’s principal residence or the property is occupied by the HAMP-PRA borrower’s legal dependent, parent, or grandparent without rent being charged or collected, the HAMP-PRA borrower excludes from his or her gross income under the general welfare exclusion the PRA Investor Incentive Payments that the HAMP program administrator makes to the investor in the mortgage loan. State tax extension This is consistent with Rev. State tax extension Rul. State tax extension 2009-19, 2009-28 I. State tax extension R. State tax extension B. State tax extension 111, which addressed the treatment of Pay-for-Performance Success Payments. State tax extension . State tax extension 08 To the extent that the HAMP-PRA borrower uses the property as a rental property or holds the property vacant and available for rent, the HAMP-PRA borrower includes PRA Investor Incentive Payments in gross income. State tax extension If the HAMP-PRA borrower uses the cash receipts and disbursements method of accounting, then the HAMP-PRA borrower includes a PRA Investor Incentive Payment in gross income in the taxable year in which it is applied as a payment on the HAMP-PRA borrower’s mortgage loan. State tax extension . State tax extension 09 As described in section 2. State tax extension 09 of this revenue procedure, if a HAMP-PRA borrower pays in full the Non-forbearance Portion of the mortgage loan while the loan is in good standing and prior to completion of the Three-year Period, that payment accelerates both the reduction in the remaining PRA Forbearance Amount and the PRA Investor Incentive Payments from the HAMP program administrator. State tax extension To the extent that the HAMP-PRA borrower is described in section 4. State tax extension 07 of this revenue procedure, the HAMP-PRA borrower excludes from his or her gross income under the general welfare exclusion the accelerated PRA Investor Incentive Payments. State tax extension To the extent that the HAMP-PRA borrower is described in section 4. State tax extension 08 of this revenue procedure, the HAMP-PRA borrower includes in income in the year of the acceleration the remaining amount of the PRA Investor Incentive Payment. State tax extension SECTION 5. State tax extension INFORMATION-REPORTING OBLIGATIONS . State tax extension 01 Under § 6050P, the investor is required to file a Form 1099-C with respect to a borrower who realizes discharge of indebtedness of $600 or more. State tax extension A copy of this form is required to be furnished to the borrower. State tax extension . State tax extension 02 As stated in sections 4. State tax extension 01 and 4. State tax extension 04 of this revenue procedure, the HAMP-PRA discharge of indebtedness is realized at the time of the permanent modification of the mortgage loan. State tax extension . State tax extension 03 An investor is an applicable entity that is required under § 1. State tax extension 6050P-1 and this revenue procedure to issue a Form 1099-C for discharge of indebtedness. State tax extension Under § 1. State tax extension 6050P-1(b)(2)(F), the permanent modification of a mortgage loan is an identifiable event. State tax extension Identifiable events determine when Forms 1099-C have to be issued. State tax extension Thus, the Form 1099-C is issued for the calendar year in which the permanent mortgage loan modification occurs. State tax extension This rule under § 1. State tax extension 6050P-1(b)(2)(F) applies even if, under section 6 of this revenue procedure, the HAMP-PRA borrower chooses to treat the HAMP-PRA discharge as being realized at the times when the unpaid principal balance of the new mortgage loan is reduced. State tax extension . State tax extension 04 The investor (or the loan servicer acting on behalf of the investor) reports the full amount of the discharge on the Form 1099-C regardless of whether some or all of the amount is excludible from income under the qualified principal residence indebtedness exclusion, the insolvency exclusion, or any other exclusion that may apply. State tax extension That discharged amount will generally be the PRA Adjusted Forbearance Amount (which does not include the amounts expected to be satisfied by PRA Investor Incentive Payments). State tax extension . State tax extension 05 To the extent that PRA Investor Incentive Payments are made on behalf of a HAMP-PRA borrower who is described in section 4. State tax extension 07 of this revenue procedure, the PRA Investor Incentive Payments are excluded from the gross income of the HAMP-PRA borrower, and thus they are not fixed or determinable income to the HAMP-PRA borrower. State tax extension Under § 6041, these payments are not subject to information reporting. State tax extension See Notice 2011-14, 2011-11 I. State tax extension R. State tax extension B. State tax extension 544, 546. State tax extension . State tax extension 06 To the extent that PRA Investor Incentive Payments are made on behalf of a HAMP-PRA borrower who is described in section 4. State tax extension 08 of this revenue procedure, the PRA Investor Incentive Payments are includible in gross income as fixed or determinable income in the taxable year required by the HAMP-PRA borrower’s method of accounting. State tax extension The payment is subject to the information reporting requirements of § 6041, as described in section 3. State tax extension 15 of this revenue procedure. State tax extension Accordingly, the HAMP program administrator is required to issue a Form 1099-MISC reporting the PRA Investor Incentive Payment. State tax extension SECTION 6. State tax extension HAMP-PRA BORROWERS’ REPORTING OF DISCHARGES OF INDEBTEDNESS UNDER HAMP-PRA . State tax extension 01 In general. State tax extension The HAMP-PRA program began in the last quarter of 2010, and since that time there has been uncertainty about whether the amount of the discharge of indebtedness should be reported in the year of the permanent modification or over the Three-year Period (when the unpaid principal balance on the new mortgage loan is reduced). State tax extension As a result, some HAMP-PRA borrowers have been reporting the discharge of indebtedness under HAMP-PRA over the Three-year Period. State tax extension Given the temporary nature of the program and the issuance of this guidance after participation in the program has begun, in the interests of equitable and sound tax administration, HAMP-PRA borrowers may report discharges of indebtedness under HAMP-PRA under the rules in this section 6. State tax extension A HAMP-PRA borrower may choose to report discharges of indebtedness under HAMP-PRA pursuant to the rules in this section 6 only if the borrower applies the same borrower option under section 6. State tax extension 02 of this revenue procedure consistently to the taxable year of the permanent modification and to all subsequent taxable years. State tax extension Thus, a HAMP-PRA borrower may not choose a borrower option under section 6. State tax extension 02 of this revenue procedure if a statute of limitations has expired for any of the taxable years that are necessary for consistent application of that option. State tax extension . State tax extension 02 HAMP-PRA borrower options. State tax extension A HAMP-PRA borrower may treat the HAMP-PRA discharge as being realized in either of the following ways— (1) One hundred percent of the PRA Adjusted Forbearance Amount at the time of the permanent modification; or (2) One third of the PRA Adjusted Forbearance Amount on each of the first three annual anniversaries of the trial period plan effective date (described in section 2. State tax extension 06 of this revenue procedure), when, as required by the terms of the new mortgage loan, the servicer reduces the unpaid principal balance of the new mortgage loan. State tax extension If some or all of the reduction in the unpaid principal balance is accelerated (as described in section 2. State tax extension 06 of this revenue procedure) because the HAMP-PRA borrower prepays the Non-forbearance Portion of the mortgage loan, then the HAMP-PRA discharge represented by the amount of the reduction that was accelerated is treated as being realized at the time of the accelerated reduction. State tax extension . State tax extension 03 HAMP-PRA borrowers who choose to realize the HAMP-PRA discharge at the time of the permanent modification. State tax extension (1) If a HAMP-PRA borrower chooses to treat the HAMP-PRA discharge as being realized at the time of the permanent modification, then for the taxable year in which the permanent modification occurs, the HAMP-PRA borrower reports on Form 982 the amount, if any, of the discharge that is excluded from gross income and includes in gross income any remaining discharge. State tax extension (2) If a HAMP-PRA borrower’s mortgage loan was permanently modified under HAMP in 2010 or 2011, and if the borrower was reporting the discharge of indebtedness using the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(2) of this revenue procedure, then the borrower may change to reporting the discharge of indebtedness using the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(1) of this revenue procedure by filing a 2012 Form 982 with the borrower’s timely filed (with extensions) 2012 income tax return. State tax extension This section 6. State tax extension 03(2) applies only if the change to reporting the discharge using the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(1) of this revenue procedure does not change the borrower’s federal income tax liability (including any change in federal income tax liability due to a change in basis or tax attributes (under § 108(h)(1) or § 108(b))) for any taxable year prior to the borrower’s 2012 taxable year. State tax extension To make this change, the borrower must— (i) Compute the amount of discharge of indebtedness that would be included in income under § 61(a)(12) or excluded from gross income under § 108, basing the computation of the discharge on the facts as of the year of the permanent modification; and (ii) Report on a 2012 Form 982 the reduction in basis or tax attributes (under § 108(h)(1) or § 108(b)) due to the permanent modification that the borrower would have reported on the Form 982 for the taxable year of the permanent modification, minus any reductions due to the permanent modification that the borrower actually reported on Forms 982 for taxable years prior to 2012. State tax extension (3) Example. State tax extension The following example illustrates the application of section 6. State tax extension 03(2) of this revenue procedure. State tax extension In 2010, B’s basis in B’s principal residence was $330,000. State tax extension In 2010, B’s mortgage loan on the principal residence is permanently modified under HAMP-PRA. State tax extension B realized $30,000 of cancellation of indebtedness from the permanent modification, all of which qualifies for the exclusion from income for qualified principal residence indebtedness under § 108(a)(1)(E). State tax extension The trial period plan effective date also fell in 2010. State tax extension B’s federal income tax return for 2010 was consistent with B’s reporting this discharge of indebtedness using the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(2) of this revenue procedure. State tax extension That is, B’s 2010 return did not include income from discharge of indebtedness under HAMP-PRA, nor did the return contain a Form 982 reporting exclusion of any such discharge of indebtedness. State tax extension The next year, B reported on line 10(b) of the 2011 Form 982 that B filed with B’s 2011 federal income tax return a $10,000 reduction in basis in the principal residence. State tax extension For 2012, B chooses to change to reporting the discharge of indebtedness using the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(1) of this revenue procedure. State tax extension Thus, B files a 2012 Form 982 with B’s timely filed (including extensions) 2012 federal income tax return, and on line 10(b) of that form, B reports a $20,000 basis reduction in the principal residence ($30,000 basis reduction that B would have excluded from income in 2010 using the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(1) of this revenue procedure, minus the $10,000 basis reduction that B reported on B’s 2011 Form 982). State tax extension (4) If a HAMP-PRA borrower reports the entire HAMP-PRA discharge using the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(1) of this revenue procedure, and if that HAMP-PRA borrower’s mortgage loan ceases to be in good standing during the Three-year Period as described in section 2. State tax extension 10 of this revenue procedure, then some or all of the anticipated reductions in the PRA Adjusted Forbearance Amount will not take place. State tax extension Because the amount of these anticipated reductions was not included in determining the issue price of the new mortgage loan that, pursuant to § 1. State tax extension 1001-3, the HAMP-PRA borrower is deemed to issue in satisfaction of the old mortgage loan, the issue price of the new mortgage loan was understated. State tax extension Under these circumstances, the discharge of indebtedness income determined as of the date of the permanent modification will have been overstated. State tax extension (5) The Service will not challenge a HAMP-PRA borrower who is described in section 6. State tax extension 03(4) of this revenue procedure and who takes the following corrective measures: (i) If a HAMP-PRA borrower included any of the discharge of indebtedness in gross income, the HAMP-PRA borrower may file an amended return that does not include the amount of the discharge of indebtedness that was previously reported as gross income but that, because of the HAMP-PRA borrower’s failure to keep the new mortgage loan in good standing, was not ultimately discharged. State tax extension The amended return should be for the taxable year in which the income was included (that is, the year of the permanent modification), provided the applicable statute of limitations remains open for that taxable year. State tax extension (ii) If the HAMP-PRA borrower did not include any of the discharge of indebtedness in gross income (that is, if the HAMP-PRA borrower excluded all of it), the HAMP-PRA borrower may file a new Form 982 that the Service will treat as superseding the earlier Form 982. State tax extension The new Form 982 will reflect the revised reduction in basis or in tax attributes (under § 108(h)(1) or § 108(b)). State tax extension The new Form 982 should be the Form 982 for the year of the permanent modification and should be filed with the return for the taxable year in which the HAMP-PRA borrower’s mortgage loan ceased to be in good standing. State tax extension . State tax extension 04 HAMP-PRA borrowers who choose to treat the HAMP-PRA discharge as being realized on the dates on which the unpaid principal balance of the mortgage loan is reduced. State tax extension (1) If a HAMP-PRA borrower chooses to realize the HAMP-PRA discharge at the times that the unpaid principal balance on the new mortgage loan is reduced, instead of at the time of the permanent modification, then the HAMP-PRA borrower’s federal income tax returns for the taxable year that contains the permanent modification and for the subsequent taxable years must not treat any of the discharge as being realized at the time of the permanent modification and must treat the entire HAMP-PRA discharge as being realized in the amounts—and at the times—of the reductions in the unpaid principal balance. State tax extension Except as described in the last sentence of this paragraph, therefore, the income tax return for the year of the permanent modification must include no gross income from—nor report on Form 982 an exclusion of—any amount of the HAMP-PRA discharge. State tax extension Instead, the HAMP-PRA discharge is included in gross income (or is reported on Form 982 as excluded from gross income) in the subsequent years in which the unpaid principal balance is reduced. State tax extension If the first such reduction occurs in the year of the permanent modification, however, then the amount of any such reduction is reflected as an inclusion or exclusion on the federal income tax return for that year. State tax extension (2) A HAMP-PRA borrower who has been using the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(1) of this revenue procedure may change to the method described in section 6. State tax extension 02(2) but must comply with the consistency and open-year requirements described in section 6. State tax extension 01 of this revenue procedure. State tax extension SECTION 7. State tax extension PENALTY RELIEF FOR 2012 . State tax extension 01 The Service will not assert penalties under § 6721 or § 6722 against an investor for failing to timely file and furnish a 2012 Form 1099-C as required by section 5. State tax extension 03 through 5. State tax extension 04 and section 8. State tax extension 02 of this revenue procedure with respect to discharge of indebtedness resulting from HAMP-PRA permanent modifications that take place during calendar year 2012 if the following requirements are satisfied: (1) Not later than February 28, 2013, a statement is sent to the HAMP-PRA borrower containing the following: (a) The HAMP-PRA borrower’s name, address, and taxpayer identification number; and (b) The date and amount of the discharge of indebtedness (as described in sections 4. State tax extension 01 through 4. State tax extension 04 of this revenue procedure) that is required to be reported for 2012. State tax extension (2) Not later than March 28, 2013, a statement is sent to the Service. State tax extension It must be in the form of a single statement that separately lists for each HAMP-PRA borrower the information specified in section 7. State tax extension 01(1) of this revenue procedure. State tax extension The statement should be sent to the Service at the following address: Internal Revenue Service Center Stop 6728AUSC Austin, TX 73301 . State tax extension 02 The Service will not assert penalties under § 6721 or § 6722 with respect to any Forms 1099-MISC for 2012 that sections 5. State tax extension 06 and 8. State tax extension 02 of this revenue procedure require to be filed with the Service and furnished to taxpayers. State tax extension . State tax extension 03 Section 8. State tax extension 03 and 8. State tax extension 04 of this revenue procedure, below, describes penalty relief regarding Forms 1099-C and 1099-MISC for 2010 and 2011. State tax extension SECTION 8. State tax extension SCOPE AND EFFECTIVE DATE . State tax extension 01 This revenue procedure applies to all borrowers, investors, and servicers who participate, or have participated, in the HAMP-PRA, regardless of when the permanent modification occurs. State tax extension . State tax extension 02 Section 5 of this revenue procedure is effective for Forms 1099-C and 1099-MISC due or filed after January 24, 2013. State tax extension . State tax extension 03 Because of the effective date in section 8. State tax extension 02 of this revenue procedure, an investor is not subject to penalties under § 6721 or § 6722 on the grounds that the investor failed to timely file and furnish a 2010 or 2011 Form 1099-C as described in section 5. State tax extension 03 through 5. State tax extension 04 of this revenue procedure (or on the grounds that the investor filed or furnished a 2010 or 2011 Form 1099-C that is inconsistent with section 5. State tax extension 03 through 5. State tax extension 04 of this revenue procedure), provided that the investor demonstrates a good faith attempt to comply with the requirements of § 6050P and that the failure was not due to willful neglect. State tax extension . State tax extension 04 Because of the effective date in section 8. State tax extension 02 of this revenue procedure, the Service will not assert penalties under § 6721 or § 6722 on the grounds of a failure to timely file and furnish a 2010 or 2011 Form 1099-MISC, as described in section 5. State tax extension 06 of this revenue procedure. State tax extension SECTION 9. State tax extension DRAFTING INFORMATION The principal authors of this revenue procedure are Ronald J. State tax extension Goldstein of the Office of Chief Counsel (Procedure and Administration); Shareen S. State tax extension Pflanz and Sheldon A. State tax extension Iskow of the Office of Chief Counsel (Income Tax and Accounting); and Andrea M. State tax extension Hoffenson of the Office of Chief Counsel (Financial Institutions and Products). State tax extension For further information regarding this revenue procedure, contact Procedure and Administration branch 1 at (202) 622-4910, Income Tax and Accounting branch 4 at (202) 622-4920, or Financial Institutions and Products branch 1 at (202) 622-3920 (not toll-free calls). State tax extension Prev  Up  Next   Home   More Internal Revenue Bulletins
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The State Tax Extension

State tax extension Part Two -   Income The eight chapters in this part discuss many kinds of income. State tax extension They explain which income is and is not taxed. State tax extension See Part Three for information on gains and losses you report on Form 8949 and Schedule D (Form 1040) and for information on selling your home. State tax extension Table of Contents 5. State tax extension   Wages, Salaries, and Other EarningsReminder Introduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Employee CompensationBabysitting. State tax extension Miscellaneous Compensation Fringe Benefits Retirement Plan Contributions Stock Options Restricted Property Special Rules for Certain EmployeesClergy Members of Religious Orders Foreign Employer Military Volunteers Sickness and Injury BenefitsDisability Pensions Long-Term Care Insurance Contracts Workers' Compensation Other Sickness and Injury Benefits 6. State tax extension   Tip IncomeIntroduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Keeping a Daily Tip RecordElectronic tip record. State tax extension Reporting Tips to Your EmployerElectronic tip statement. State tax extension Final report. State tax extension Reporting Tips on Your Tax Return Allocated Tips 7. State tax extension   Interest IncomeReminder Introduction Useful Items - You may want to see: General InformationSSN for joint account. State tax extension Custodian account for your child. State tax extension Penalty for failure to supply SSN. State tax extension Reporting backup withholding. State tax extension Savings account with parent as trustee. State tax extension Interest not reported on Form 1099-INT. State tax extension Nominees. State tax extension Incorrect amount. State tax extension Information reporting requirement. State tax extension Taxable InterestInterest subject to penalty for early withdrawal. State tax extension Money borrowed to invest in certificate of deposit. State tax extension U. State tax extension S. State tax extension Savings Bonds Education Savings Bond Program U. State tax extension S. State tax extension Treasury Bills, Notes, and Bonds Bonds Sold Between Interest Dates Insurance State or Local Government Obligations Original Issue Discount (OID) When To Report Interest IncomeConstructive receipt. State tax extension How To Report Interest IncomeSchedule B (Form 1040A or 1040). State tax extension Reporting tax-exempt interest. State tax extension U. State tax extension S. State tax extension savings bond interest previously reported. State tax extension 8. State tax extension   Dividends and Other DistributionsReminder Introduction Useful Items - You may want to see: General InformationDividends not reported on Form 1099-DIV. State tax extension Reporting tax withheld. State tax extension Nominees. State tax extension Ordinary DividendsQualified Dividends Dividends Used to Buy More Stock Money Market Funds Capital Gain DistributionsBasis adjustment. State tax extension Nondividend DistributionsLiquidating Distributions Distributions of Stock and Stock Rights Other DistributionsInformation reporting requirement. State tax extension Alternative minimum tax treatment. State tax extension How To Report Dividend IncomeInvestment interest deducted. State tax extension 9. State tax extension   Rental Income and ExpensesIntroduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Rental Income Rental ExpensesVacant while listed for sale. State tax extension Repairs and Improvements Other Expenses Property Changed to Rental Use Renting Part of Property Not Rented for Profit Personal Use of Dwelling Unit (Including Vacation Home)Example. State tax extension Dividing Expenses Dwelling Unit Used as a Home Reporting Income and Deductions DepreciationChanging your accounting method to deduct unclaimed depreciation. State tax extension Limits on Rental LossesAt-Risk Rules Passive Activity Limits How To Report Rental Income and ExpensesSchedule E (Form 1040) 10. State tax extension   Retirement Plans, Pensions, and AnnuitiesWhat's New Reminder IntroductionThe General Rule. State tax extension Individual retirement arrangements (IRAs). State tax extension Civil service retirement benefits. State tax extension Useful Items - You may want to see: General InformationIn-plan rollovers to designated Roth accounts. State tax extension How To Report Cost (Investment in the Contract) Taxation of Periodic PaymentsExclusion limited to cost. State tax extension Exclusion not limited to cost. State tax extension Simplified Method Taxation of Nonperiodic PaymentsLump-Sum Distributions RolloversIn-plan rollovers to designated Roth accounts. State tax extension Special Additional TaxesTax on Early Distributions Tax on Excess Accumulation Survivors and Beneficiaries 11. State tax extension   Social Security and Equivalent Railroad Retirement BenefitsIntroduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Are Any of Your Benefits Taxable? How To Report Your BenefitsHow Much Is Taxable? Examples Deductions Related to Your BenefitsRepayments More Than Gross Benefits 12. State tax extension   Other IncomeIntroduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Bartering Canceled DebtsInterest included in canceled debt. State tax extension Exceptions Host or Hostess Life Insurance ProceedsSurviving spouse. State tax extension Endowment Contract Proceeds Accelerated Death Benefits Public Safety Officer Killed in the Line of Duty Partnership Income S Corporation Income RecoveriesItemized Deduction Recoveries Rents from Personal Property RepaymentsMethod 1. State tax extension Method 2. State tax extension RoyaltiesDepletion. State tax extension Coal and iron ore. State tax extension Sale of property interest. State tax extension Part of future production sold. State tax extension Unemployment BenefitsTypes of unemployment compensation. State tax extension Governmental program. State tax extension Repayment of unemployment compensation. State tax extension Tax withholding. State tax extension Repayment of benefits. State tax extension Welfare and Other Public Assistance Benefits Other IncomeEmotional distress. State tax extension Deduction for costs involved in unlawful discrimination suits. State tax extension Energy conservation measure. State tax extension Dwelling unit. State tax extension Current income required to be distributed. State tax extension Current income not required to be distributed. State tax extension How to report. State tax extension Losses. State tax extension Grantor trust. State tax extension Nonemployee compensation. State tax extension Corporate director. State tax extension Personal representatives. State tax extension Manager of trade or business for bankruptcy estate. State tax extension Notary public. State tax extension Election precinct official. State tax extension Difficulty-of-care payments. State tax extension Maintaining space in home. State tax extension Reporting taxable payments. State tax extension Lotteries and raffles. State tax extension Form W-2G. State tax extension Reporting winnings and recordkeeping. State tax extension Inherited pension or IRA. State tax extension Employee awards or bonuses. State tax extension Pulitzer, Nobel, and similar prizes. State tax extension Payment for services. 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