You can't. Unless of course they provide it to you, which is highly unlikely. Corporate returns are complex in so many ways, generally done on a consolidated group basis, and would not even provide deciferable information to anyone with out a very high degree of corporate tax knowelege. Even then, what one can decern to question requires extensive additional workpaper support not normally part of the return itself. That is why they are audited very regularly, (most good sized Corps even have an IRS team permently on site), and any particular audit takes several years to complete. The return itself is completely protected, and information about it cannot be released by any authority. In fact, even other agencies or people in the IRS cannot access returns easily. However, the annual (and other) financial reports of the corporation, available to any stockholder and others, has a great deal of information about the tax position of the entitiy. FAS 109 and the new FIN 48 disclosures alone require many charts and explanations of tax recordings, audit progressions and liabilities. If after reviewing them you have a specific question as to the reason or effect of a tax position, you may find asking the Co through it's shareholder/investor rep will receive a full reply.
No, when filing for the federal income tax return, you do not attach the Schedule A for the state income tax return.
One federal 1040 income tax return and a resident state income tax return an a nonresident or part year resident state income tax return.
1120 tax forms are tax forms for C Corporations.
The amount of your tax liability is based on your TAXABLE INCOME after your income tax return is completed completely and correctly down to the TAXABLE income line of each income tax return.
Income tax return is due before April 15
Form 1120 is U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return. Corporations are required to file Form 1120 to report their income, gains, losses, deductions, and credits as well as to figure their tax liability. For more information, go to www.irs.gov/formspubs for Publication 542 (Corporations).
No reportable taxable income to be entered on a income tax return would be a good start of not being required to file a federal income tax return.
The answer is no!
State income tax payments are deductible on your federal income tax return. (You may deduct state income tax or sales tax, but not both.) Federal income tax payments are deductible on your state tax return in a tiny number of states.
There is a service that you can use to get a free income tax return. All you have to do is to file your income tax using IRS's website. The address is IRS.gov.