1120-US: Form 8903 - Domestic production deduction FAQs

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The following includes answers to common questions about Form 8903.

What do the 8903 acronyms stand for?

Where do I enter information for the domestic production activities deduction for C Corporations?

Where do I enter K-1 information from a pass-through entity with domestic production activities information?

How do I designate that all activities of the C Corporation qualify for the domestic production activities deduction?

How do I designate that only a portion of the C Corporation’s activities qualify for the domestic production activities deduction?

Why do I need to enter the allocation method on Screen 8903?

Why do I need to enter the allocable cost of goods sold when selecting the simplified deduction or Section 861 methods on Screen 8903?

What is the difference in return presentation and data entry between the small business simplified overall method and the simplified deduction or the Section 861 method?

What is an expanded affiliated group?

What are the Form 8903 reporting requirements if the taxpayer is a member of an expanded affiliated group?

What is a reporting member in relation to Form 8903 and what are the reporting requirements?

What is a non-reporting member in relation to Form 8903 and what are the reporting requirements?

What is the required data entry of an expanded affiliated group?

How does UltraTax/1120 calculate the allocation of expanded affiliated group's total DPAD to its members?

How does UltraTax/1120 calculate the DPAD for a consolidated group?

Do all consolidated groups follow the EAG procedures to prepare Form 8903?

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