Filing a partnership tax return isn’t hard as filing taxes for a corporation. For partnerships, paying taxes does mean learning a few somewhat unfamiliar terms, such as “distributive share,” and “special allocation,” but once you are familiar with them, the tax return function becomes fairly easy to understand.
Since partnerships do not have corporate tax status, the Internal Revenue Services does not have any power to tax them directly. Although partnerships aren’t taxed, they are still required to file a tax return every year, unless the partnership doesn’t have any income or expenses.
The Internal Revenue Service taxes the partners in the partnership on the profits that trickle down to them as personal income. With a personal income tax return, you’ll need to learn about the issues involved with reporting gains and losses from a partnership. GM Accountancy is dealing in partnership tax returns