Here is a link to the Instructions to complete Form 1040NR. I have personally used these in the past and found helpful. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i1040nr.pdf
If you are stuck then you should seek some guidance from a US Tax Expert on this site.
I hope this is helpful and answers your question.
Tis form is about as useless as they come as it does not answer which section is necessary for me to complete. I think I will have to find a tax advisor
Can you put me incontact with a US tax advisor or do I have to start again?
Geoffrey, I have asked Category Moderation Team to direct this question to US Tax Experts.I hope it works.
If you wish, I can ask the team for customer refund and then you start again.
Thanks I look forward to hearing from them
Do I hang on to be contacted? I will rate once I get contact
I don't know what information is required, and or what I can claim.
i.e how to fill in
Geoffrey, to be honest, if you have no income arising in the USA, then the time share is for your personal use (as a holiday home) there should be nothing to report. I presume your stay in the USA is limited to time spend in your time share property.I have filled the form personally in the past to report income from property and interest received.Please let me know if I can be of any help, otherwise we can request customer services for a refund. many thanks
I own the freehold of a property which is managed by Club La Costa time share, for which I receive a monthly payment according to how often it is let. I therefor have an income. Can I claim any expences for the running costs and or car hire whilst visiting?
You have confirmed what I thought but I still do not understand from the info provided how to fill in 1040NR?, Can you advise a suitable uk based tax consultant who can take on the task
I still think it best that I consult a tax consultant to ensure correct details are submitted. As you are unable to advise I will look elsewhere.
Thanks for trying
|I won't know until I have tried but I think I will look for an accountant!