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5472

If you have a single-member LLC, the Nonresident Investor team will help you file the 5472 form for disregarded entities. 

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5472: For Foreign-Owned Single-Member LLCs

Unlike the 1040NR and 1065, the 5472 form isn’t something that every nonresident investor has to file. However, if you opt to make your real estate investment through a single-member LLC, then the 5472 form will be one of the essential forms for you.

Alongside the 5472 form, you’ll also have to file the pro-forma 1120 form, also known as the US Corporation Income Tax Return. This form helps corporations (and LLCs filing as corporations) to calculate their own tax liability (or how much tax their business owes to the state).

Of course, just like with everything else (including opening and running the single-member LLC), the Nonresident Investor will help you fill out and file this form.

What Is the 5472 Form?

Your single-member LLC is a disregarded entity. In other words, because you’re the only member of your business, the IRS doesn’t see the LLC and you as two separate entities.

Instead, the IRS and the state see you as one and the same.

As a disregarded entity, you must file the 5472 every year and state your:

  • Transactions
  • Changes in structure, and
  • Potential changes in ownership.
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