Pass-Through Entity Annual Withholding Return – For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2020, a pass-through entity that has paid withholding on behalf of a nonresident owner or has been withheld upon must use Form 592-PTE, Pass-Through Entity Annual Withholding Return, to report the total withholding. For more information, get Form 592-PTE.
Payment Voucher for Pass-Through Entity Withholding – For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2020, a pass-through entity must use Form 592-Q, Payment Voucher for Pass-Through Entity Withholding, to remit the withholding payments. For more information, get Form 592-Q.
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California requires 7% withholding and quarterly reporting by any individual or entity making payments of more than $1,500 of California Source Income to the person, corporation, partnership, fiduciary, partner, beneficiary, shareholder, member or vendor who is a non-resident of California that do not have a permanent place of business in California.
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CA 592 Reporting:
- 592 Overview
- 592 Quarterly deposits (Form 592-V)
- 592 Y/E Statement Printing (Form 592-B)
- 592 quarterly paper reporting (Form 592)
What needs to be reported?
- Report & withhold on certain payments made to Non-Residents of California
- Payments made for personal services performed in California
- Payments made to nonresident entertainers and athletes for California performances
- Payments received for a covenant not to compete in California.
- Payments releasing a contractual obligation to perform services in California.
- Income from options received because of performing personal services in California.
- Bonuses paid for services performed in California.
- Rents and royalties from assets located in California.
- Distributions of California source income.
Residents from California are subject to state income tax on all income; the source is not an issue. Nonresidents of California are taxed only on their California source income. If you (an individual or entity from the state of California) makes a payment of $1,500 or more in a calendar year to a nonresident (the nonresident can be a person, corporation, partnership, fiduciary, beneficiary, shareholder or vendor) of California, then you must withhold 7% on these payments and quarterly report to the Franchise Tax Board.
There are 3 forms; the CA 592, 592-V and 592-B. The CA 592, which is the Resident and Nonresident Withholding Statement, is paper or electronically filed quarterly to the FTB along with Form 592-V or the payment voucher. By January 31 following the end of calendar year, the withholding agent must send each nonresident payee a completed Form 592-B and retain a copy for their records. Nonresident payee claims the withholding by attaching a copy of Form 592-B when filing a California tax return. Form 592-B is proof of California source income and withholding.
Does anyone know how to generate CA Form 592 in Lacerte? I can’t get page two (Schedule of Payees) of the quarterly forms to generate to allocate the withholding. Thanks
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