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Exempt Organizations Financial Data—2013 data on tax-exempt organizations were published on Tax Stats. These data include selected financial items from more than 600,000 Forms 990, 990-EZ and 990-PF filed by tax-exempt organizations and processed by the IRS during calendar year 2013. The latest release was expanded to include nearly 500 financial and other data items. The data are in ASCII space-delimited format, and supporting documentation is available.

2013 IRS Data BookThe Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released the 2013 IRS Data Book, a snapshot of agency activities for Fiscal Year 2013—Oct. 1, 2012, to Sept. 30, 2013. In addition to information on taxes collected and returns processed, the report also includes information about enforcement, taxpayer assistance, and the IRS budget and workforce, among others.

2014 Winter SOI Bulletin—Statistics of Income (SOI) has released the 2014 Winter SOI Bulletin. Articles included in the publication provide the most recent data available from various tax and information returns filed by U.S. taxpayers.

This issue of the SOI Bulletin includes articles on the following topics:

  • Individual Income Tax Returns, Preliminary Data, 2012
  • Sales of Capital Assets Panel Data Reported on Individual Tax Returns, 2004–2007
  • Split-Interest Trusts, Filing Year 2012
  • Nonprofit Charitable Organizations, 2010

(March 2014)

Corporation Foreign Tax Credit, 2010Two new tables presenting data from Form 1118, Foreign Tax Credit—Corporations, are now available on SOI’s Tax Stats Webpage. The tables present data from the population of returns filed for Tax Year 2010. Table 1.1 displays data on returns with income in an excess credit position while table 1.2 shows data on returns in an excess limit position. Data presented includes foreign-source income, deductions, and taxes by major and selected minor industry. (February, 2014)

Exempt Organizations Microdata Files, Tax Years 1985–1997—Historical microdata files based on Forms 990 and Forms 990-EZ sampled for the annual studies of nonprofit charitable and other tax-exempt organizations are now available. Annual data are available for organizations exempt from income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Additional data for tax-exempt organizations under IRC Sections 501(c)(4) through 501(c)(9) are available for limited tax years. (February, 2014)

2011 Individual Income Tax ZIP Code and County DataUnited States’ ZIP Code and county data for Tax Year 2011 are now available on Tax Stats. The data present selected income and tax return items by State, ZIP Code, county, and size of adjusted gross income. These data are based on individual income tax returns filed with the IRS. (February, 2014)

Fiduciary Income Tax, 2012—Three tables presenting Filing Year 2012 data for income from estates and trusts (Form 1041) are now available. The statistics cover sources of income and deductions at the National and State levels. Data are classified by trust type and filing status. (February, 2014)

U.S. Gift Tax Returns table Gift Tax, 2012 - One table presenting Filing Year 2012 data for United States Gift (and Generation-Skipping Transfer) Tax Returns (Form 709), including information on total gifts, deductions, credits, and net tax amounts, is now available. Data are presented by tax status and size of total taxable gifts. (January 2014)

2013 Fall SOI Bulletin—Statistics of Income (SOI) has released the 2013 Fall SOI Bulletin. Articles included in the publication provide the most recent data available from various tax and information returns filed by U.S. taxpayers.

This issue of the SOI Bulletin includes articles on the following topics:

  • Individual Income Tax Returns, 2011
  • Partnership Returns, 2011
  • Accumulation and Distribution of Individual Retirement Arrangements, 2010

(January 2014)

The Statistics of Income Tax Stats Table Wizard was recently updated! The Table Wizard allows users to query tax data on corporations, individuals, tax-exempt organizations, estates, gifts trusts, and more. The resulting data can then be downloaded. This update includes the following data:

  • Corporate data by industry (Forms 1120 and 1120s)—2004 through 2010
  • 501c(3)  Exempt Organizations (Form 990)—2004 through 2007
  • Domestic Private Foundations and Charitable Trusts (Form 990-PF)—2004 through 2008
  • Unrelated Business Income Tax Returns (Form 990-T)—2006 through 2008
  • Estate Tax Returns (Form 706)—2007 through 2010
  • Gift Tax Returns (Form 709)—2005 through 2010

(December 2013)

2011 Individual Income Tax Estimated Data Line CountsThe 2011 Statistics of Income (SOI) estimated data line counts publication presents estimates of frequencies of taxpayer entries on the lines of the forms and schedules filed with individual tax returns as shown on the 2011 Individual SOI Complete Report file. The statistics are based on a sample of returns that have been weighted to estimate the entire 2011 Tax Year population. The publication includes corresponding dollar amounts of selected lines filed in concurrence with the number of returns filed. (December 2013)

Tax Year 2001–2011 Individual Income Tax Return Statistics by Selected Descending and Ascending Cumulative PercentilesStatistics based on all individual income tax returns by selected descending and ascending cumulative percentiles are now available for Tax Years 2001–2011. Tables present historical statistics on income and tax by cumulative percentiles based on the number of returns. They also show distributions of adjusted gross income (AGI) and total income tax, as defined for each tax year, by descending and ascending cumulative percentiles of returns in both current and constant dollars. These tables can be used to make comparisons across cumulative percentile classes beginning with Tax Year 2001. This release is based on all individual income tax returns except returns of dependents. (December 2013)

2011 Partnership Returns Line Item Estimates (Publication 5035)—This publication presents estimates of frequencies of taxpayer entries recorded on the applicable lines of the forms and schedules filed with partnership tax returns for Tax Year 2011. It also contains corresponding population estimates of dollar amounts recorded on those lines (as applicable). (November 2013)

Partnerships, 2011—Twenty-two tables presenting Tax Year 2011 data for partnership returns (Forms 1065 and 1065-B), including types of partnerships and specific industrial sectors, are now available. The statistics cover balance sheets, trade or business income and deductions, portfolio income, rental income (including rental real estate income), and total net income. Data are classified by industry and size of total assets. In addition, historical tables provide balance sheet and income statement data as well as counts of partnership returns, by size of assets and receipts. 
(November 2013)

Foreign Recipients of US Income Study, 2011 Tax Year—Two tables presenting data for Tax Year 2011 from Form 1042-S, Foreign Person's U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding, are now available. The tables include statistics for the number of returns, total income, tax withheld, income subject to withholding, income exempt from withholding, and income by category. Data are available by selected countries and selected recipient types. (October 2013)

Issue Year 2011 Tax-Exempt Bond Tables— Updated tax-exempt bond data for both governmental and private activity bonds issued in calendar year 2011 are now available on Tax Stats. Data include the term of issue, purpose, bond size, and uses of bond proceeds. Tax credit bond data, by bond type, and State-level data, by bond purpose, are also available. (October 2013)

 

 



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