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Illinois Department of Revenue

RPU-13-W

Form RPU-13 Worksheet A

Read this information first

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

Read this information first

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).

Keep your completed worksheet with your books and records.

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

DCEO-certified enterprise zone business, write the business’ name under “Description.”

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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Illinois Department of Revenue

RPU-13-W

Form RPU-13 Worksheet A

Read this information first

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

Read this information first

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).

Keep your completed worksheet with your books and records.

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

DCEO-certified enterprise zone business, write the business’ name under “Description.”

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 *

purchasing 700 kilowatt-hours)

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.

RPU-13-W (R-11/12)