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If you conduct business both inside and outside New York City and have subsidiary and/or investment capital, you'll need to file a General Corporation tax return, Form NYC-3L.
Individuals must file on Form NYC-202 or NYC-202S. Single-member LLCs must file on Form NYC-202. Partnerships (including any incorporated entity other than a single-member LLC treated as a partnership for federal income tax purposes) or other unincorporated organiza- tions must file Form NYC-204 or Form 204EZ.
Entire net income base \u2014 8.85 percent of entire net income. Total capital base \u2014 0.15 percent of business and investment capital.
Tax Rates A 4% tax rate is charged for taxable income allocated to New York City. Who is Exempt from this Tax? Performing services as an employee is not subject to UBT. An owner, lessee, or fiduciary who is engaged in holding, leasing, or managing real property for their own account.
Taxpayers that are required to file an Unincorporated Business Tax Return but have no tax liability may be eligible to file a Form NYC- 204 EZ.

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The DC franchise tax, also known as the DC unincorporated business franchise tax, is a tax imposed on some businesses operating in the District of Columbia that have gross receipts of $12,000 or more.
For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 1997, a partnership engaged in an unincorporated business is required to file an Unincorpo- rated Business Tax return if its unincorporated business gross income is more than $25,000 or it has unincorporated business taxable income of more than $15,000.
The amount of credit allowed to a New York City resident or part-year resident with city taxable income of $42,000 or less is 100% of the UBT imposed. The credit decreases gradually from 100% to 23% for taxpayers with city taxable incomes more than $42,000 but less than $142,000.
New York City residents, who are sole proprietors, limited liability company members, or partners in an unincorporated entity, can claim a credit against their City Personal Income Tax liability for a portion of the UBT payments.
In addition, every unincorporated business other than a partnership that has unincorporated business gross income of $75,000 or less, but has unin- corporated business taxable income of more than $35,000 must file a return for each taxable year in which it carries on business in the City to any extent.

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