1065-US: Superseding returns (FAQ)

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What is a superseding return?


A superseding return is a corrected return that is filed within the filing period (including extensions). For example, for a calendar year-end partnership, if you originally filed an extended return with the IRS on June 1, 2019 and had to file a corrected return on or before September 15, 2019, the return would be considered a superseding return.

To indicate the return is a superseding return, mark the Superseding return field in Screen 1065 in the General folder. UltraTax CS prints "Superseding Return" at the top of Form 1065, Page 1 and on Schedule K-1 for all partners.

Related topic: Amending returns FAQs (1065)

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