# Form RPU-13-W "Form Rpu-13 Worksheet a and Worksheet B" - Illinois

Form RPU-13-W is a Illinois Department of Revenue form also known as the "Form Rpu-13 Worksheet A And Worksheet B". The latest edition of the form was released in November 1, 2012 and is available for digital filing.

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Illinois Department of Revenue
RPU-13-W
Form RPU-13 Worksheet A
See instructions and example before you begin, and keep your completed worksheet with your books and records.
Step 1: Figure the number of taxable kilowatt-hours (kwh)
a
a _______________
Write the total number of kilowatt-hours distributed.
b
Write your deductions (only tax-exempt kilowatt-hours you included on Line a.)
1 Kilowatt-hours distributed in interstate commerce
b1 ____________
2 Kilowatt-hours to be rebilled
b2
_____________
3 Other:
Description
Kilowatt-hours
_________________
_________________
_________________
_________________
_________________
_________________
Total “other” deductions:
b3
______________
c
Add Lines b1, b2, and b3. This amount is your total deduction.
c _______________
d
Subtract Line c from Line a. This is the number of taxable kilowatt-hours distributed.
d _______________
Step 2: Figure the tax due
e
e _______________
For the first 2,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .33¢ (.0033).
f
For the next 48,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .319¢ (.00319).
f _______________
g
g _______________
For the next 50,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .303¢ (.00303).
h
For the next 400,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .297¢ (.00297).
h _______________
i
i _______________
For the next 500,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .286¢ (.00286).
j
For the next 2 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .27¢ (.0027).
j _______________
k
k _______________
For the next 2 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .254¢ (.00254).
l
For the next 5 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .233¢ (.00233).
l _______________
m
m
For the next 10 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .207¢ (.00207).
_________________
n
For the number of kilowatt-hours distributed in excess of 20 million, multiply the
n
number of kilowatt-hours by .202¢ (.00202).
_________________
o
Add Lines e through n. This is the tax due. Write the result here and on Step 3, Line 11.
o
_________________
Worksheet B
You must complete Worksheet B if you are a self-assessing purchaser (i.e., you purchase electricity for nonresidential use
and are registered to pay the Electricity Excise Tax directly to us).
Step 1: Total purchase price
This is the amount you were billed for electricity distributed, supplied, furnished, sold,
a_____________|_____
transmitted, or delivered to you during this reporting period:
Step 2: Deductions
For each deduction you take, you must describe the deduction and write the total cost. If you are taking a deduction for a
Description
Costs
________________________________
____________________________l_______
________________________________
____________________________l_______
________________________________
____________________________l_______
________________________________
____________________________l_______
Total deductions:
b_____________|_____
Step 3: Subtract Step 2, Line b from Step 1, Line a.
c_____________|_____
Step 4: Tax due
Multiply Step 3 by 5.1% (.051).Write the result here and on Form RPU-13, Step 3, Line 11.
d_____________|_____
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Illinois Department of Revenue
RPU-13-W
Form RPU-13 Worksheet A
See instructions and example before you begin, and keep your completed worksheet with your books and records.
Step 1: Figure the number of taxable kilowatt-hours (kwh)
a
a _______________
Write the total number of kilowatt-hours distributed.
b
Write your deductions (only tax-exempt kilowatt-hours you included on Line a.)
1 Kilowatt-hours distributed in interstate commerce
b1 ____________
2 Kilowatt-hours to be rebilled
b2
_____________
3 Other:
Description
Kilowatt-hours
_________________
_________________
_________________
_________________
_________________
_________________
Total “other” deductions:
b3
______________
c
Add Lines b1, b2, and b3. This amount is your total deduction.
c _______________
d
Subtract Line c from Line a. This is the number of taxable kilowatt-hours distributed.
d _______________
Step 2: Figure the tax due
e
e _______________
For the first 2,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .33¢ (.0033).
f
For the next 48,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .319¢ (.00319).
f _______________
g
g _______________
For the next 50,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .303¢ (.00303).
h
For the next 400,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .297¢ (.00297).
h _______________
i
i _______________
For the next 500,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .286¢ (.00286).
j
For the next 2 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .27¢ (.0027).
j _______________
k
k _______________
For the next 2 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .254¢ (.00254).
l
For the next 5 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .233¢ (.00233).
l _______________
m
m
For the next 10 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .207¢ (.00207).
_________________
n
For the number of kilowatt-hours distributed in excess of 20 million, multiply the
n
number of kilowatt-hours by .202¢ (.00202).
_________________
o
Add Lines e through n. This is the tax due. Write the result here and on Step 3, Line 11.
o
_________________
Worksheet B
You must complete Worksheet B if you are a self-assessing purchaser (i.e., you purchase electricity for nonresidential use
and are registered to pay the Electricity Excise Tax directly to us).
Step 1: Total purchase price
This is the amount you were billed for electricity distributed, supplied, furnished, sold,
a_____________|_____
transmitted, or delivered to you during this reporting period:
Step 2: Deductions
For each deduction you take, you must describe the deduction and write the total cost. If you are taking a deduction for a
Description
Costs
________________________________
____________________________l_______
________________________________
____________________________l_______
________________________________
____________________________l_______
________________________________
____________________________l_______
Total deductions:
b_____________|_____
Step 3: Subtract Step 2, Line b from Step 1, Line a.
c_____________|_____
Step 4: Tax due
Multiply Step 3 by 5.1% (.051).Write the result here and on Form RPU-13, Step 3, Line 11.
d_____________|_____
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RPU-13-W (R-11/12)
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RPU-13
Worksheet A Instructions and Example
Instructions:
You must complete Worksheet A if you are
• in the business of distributing, supplying, or furnishing electricity for use or consumption and not for resale, and
• not a municipal system or an electric cooperative.
Note: Keep the copies of your completed Worksheet A for each month in your filing period in your books and records.
Line a - Total number of kilowatt-hours you billed for electricity distributed during the period for which you are filing this return.
Line b3 - For each “other” deduction you take, you must describe the deduction and write the total kilowatt-hours distributed (i.e., bad checks and
electricity sold or distributed to a municipal corporation that owns and operates a local transportation system for public service and is not subject
to the Electricity Excise Tax or sales to a DCEO-certified business, located in an enterprise zone.
Lines e through n:
Step one:
Figure Lines e through n separately for each purchaser.
Step two:
Per line, add all of the purchasers’ amounts together.
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Example:
Step 1: Figure the number of taxable kilowatt-hours (kwh)
40,254,514
a
a
Total number of kilowatt-hours distributed.
_____________
b
Deductions (only tax-exempt kilowatt-hours you included on Line a.)
1,028
1
b1
Kilowatt-hours distributed in interstate commerce
_____________
2
b2
Kilowatt-hours to be rebilled
_____________
3
Other
Description
Kilowatt-hours
________________________
__________________
________________________
__________________
________________________
__________________
b3
Total “other” deductions
_____________
1,028
c
c
Add Lines b1, b2, and b3. This amount is your total deduction.
_____________
40,253,486
d
d
Subtract Line c from Line a. This is the number of taxable kilowatt-hours distributed.
_____________
Step 2: Figure the tax due -
See the instructions before completing Lines e through n.
69,306 60
e
e
For the first 2,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .33¢ (.0033).
________|____
153 12
f
f
For the next 48,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .319¢ (.00319).
________|____
151 50
g
g
For the next 50,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .303¢ (.00303).
________|____
1,188 00
h
h
For the next 400,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .297¢ (.00297).
________|____
1,430 00
i
i
For the next 500,000 kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .286¢ (.00286).
________|____
5,400 00
j
j
For the next 2 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .27¢ (.0027).
________|____
5,080 00
k
k
For the next 2 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .254¢ (.00254).
________|____
11,650 00
l
l
For the next 5 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .233¢ (.00233).
________|____
19,154 72
m
m
For the next 10 million kwh distributed, multiply the number of kwh by .207¢ (.00207).
________|____
n
For the number of kilowatt-hours distributed in excess of 20 million, multiply the
0 00
n
number of kilowatt-hours by .202¢ (.00202).
________|____
113,513 94
o
o
Add Lines e through n. Write the result here and on Step 3, Line 11. This is the tax due.
________|____
Step 3: Figure Lines e - o for
customers (Worksheet A)
the nonresidential and residential
Nonresidential customer
Each residential customer
Total non-residential
and residential
(19,253,486 kilowatt-hours)
(30,000 customers each
customers *
Line e
2,000 x
.0033 =
\$6.60
700 x .0033 = \$2.31 x 30,000 = \$69,300
\$
6.60 + \$69,300 = \$ 69,306.60
Line f
48,000 x .00319 =
\$153.12
\$
153.12 +
\$0 = \$
153.12
Line g
50,000 x .00303 =
\$151.50
\$
151.50 +
\$0 = \$
151.50
Line h
400,000 x .00297 = \$1,188.00
\$ 1,188.00 +
\$0 = \$ 1,188.00
Line i
500,000 x .00286 = \$1,430.00
\$ 1,430.00 +
\$0 = \$ 1,430.00
Line j
2,000,000 x .00270 = \$5,400.00
\$ 5,400.00 +
\$0 = \$ 5,400.00
Line k
2,000,000 x .00254 = \$5,080.00
\$ 5,080.00 +
\$0 = \$ 5,080.00
Line l
5,000,000 x .00233 = \$11,650.00
\$ 11,650.00 +
\$0 = \$ 11,650.00
Line m
9,253,486 x .00207 = \$19,154.72
\$ 19,154.72 +
\$0 = \$ 19,154.72
Line n
* Transfer the total to the corresponding line in Worksheet A.
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