instruction sheet enclosed with your DR405 concerning filing a DR-405.
the original DR-405 from this office with name and account number preprinted,
before April 1st. Be
sure to sign and date your DR-405.
you have an equipment listing or depreciation schedule that identifies each
piece of equipment, attach it to your completed DR-405. It is to your advantage
to provide a breakdown of equipment since depreciation on items may vary.
If you have an accountant or CPA firm, work with them to identify any equipment that may have been new purchases, physically removed, replaced, donated, transferred or is under a lease. Please verify with your accountant or CPA firm that your DR-405 has been submitted.
not use vague terms such as "various" to describe assets or “same as
last year”, your DR-405 could be considered incomplete and sent back to you for
a Tax Agent files a Tax Return on your behalf you must send a signed letter of
authorization by April 1st, without it, we cannot accept your DR-405.
you sell your business, go out of business, or move to a new location, please
inform us so you can avoid undue penalties and possible liens.