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|Grids for Record Layouts:|
|Form 2 1-D Record Layout (Updated December 14, 2007; moved line 39 from page 3 to page 2)|
Form 2G 1-D Record Layout
Schedule B/R 1-D Record Layout
Developer's Guide for Form 2 and Form 3 (updated December 14, 2007)
2007 Major Changes to Fiduciary Forms and Schedules
Changes that have been made to Form 2 and associated schedules are highlighted on the pdfs.
A new 30 character vendor information field has been added to the bottom of each page at row 62, columns 45 through 74 so that vendors can better track different versions of their product.
Changes since June 15 posting-
Page 3, new line 60 Refundable film credit field added. Subsequent renumbering done accordingly.
Motion picture production companies qualify to elect a refundable film credit if they have not transferred or carried forward a portion of the film credit for the production/certificate number to be refunded. Transferees of the film credit do not qualify for the refundable film credit.
If an election to refund the film credit for a production/certificate number is made, the entire film credit remaining after reducing tax liability and other credits will be refunded at 90%. It is not allowed to partially refund and partially transfer or carryover the film credit.
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