Frequently Asked Questions

The Ohio Department of Taxation has compiled a list of frequently asked questions covering many different categories.

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Can a PTE utilize a credit received by another PTE in which the Pass-through is an investor?

If a pass-through entity or trust has invested in a partnership or limited liability company that also filed Ohio form IT 1140, the pass-through entity or trust is not entitled to any credit for the pass-through entity’s or trust proportionate share of tax. Furthermore, the pass-through entity or trust cannot claim the credit as an estimated payment for the pass-through entity’s or trust’s taxable year.


However, the pass-through entity or trust can “pass through” (via the K-1s it will issue) to its qualifying investors or to its qualifying beneficiaries the pass-through entity’s or trust’s proportionate share of such tax that the investee partnership or investee limited liability company paid on behalf of the pass-through entity or trust.

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