Tax Form 8082  
Form 8082 - Notice of Inconsistent Treatment or Administrative Adjustment Request (AAR)

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Notice of Inconsistent Treatment or Administrative Adjustment Request (AAR). Form 8082

Notice of inconsistent treatment. If you are a partner, S corporation shareholder, beneficiary of an estate or trust, owner of a foreign trust, or residual interest holder in a real estate mortgage investment conduit (REMIC), you generally must report items consistent with the way they were reported to you on Schedule K-1, Schedule Q, or a foreign trust statement. However, there may be reasons why you wish to report these items differently. Use Form 8082 for this purpose.

Use Form 8082 to notify the IRS of any inconsistency between your tax treatment of an item and the way the pass-through entity treated and reported the same item on its return. Also use the form to notify the IRS if you did not receive Schedule K-1, Schedule Q, or a foreign trust statement from the foreign trust by the due date for filing your return (including extensions). However, do not file Form 8082 as a partner in an electing large partnership. Instead you must report all partnership items in a manner consistent with the way the partnership reported them on Schedule K-1 (Form 1065-B).

 


From Fedforms.Gov:
"Partners, S corporation shareholders, beneficiaries, foreign trust owners, and residual interest holders in a REMIC use Form 8072 to notify IRS of inconsistencies between their tax treatment of an item and the way the pass-through entity treated and reported the same item on its return. Also used to notify IRS if they did not timely receive Schedule K-1, Schedule Q, or foreign trust statement."


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