This version of the form is not currently in use and is provided for reference only. Download this version of Schedule K-60 for the current year.
This is a legal form that was released by the Kansas Department of Revenue - a government authority operating within Kansas. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Schedule K-60?
A: Schedule K-60 is a form used in Kansas to claim the Community Service Contribution Credit.
Q: What is the Community Service Contribution Credit?
A: The Community Service Contribution Credit is a tax credit in Kansas for individuals who make charitable contributions to qualified community service programs.
Q: How do I qualify for the Community Service Contribution Credit?
A: To qualify for the Community Service Contribution Credit, you must make a monetary contribution to a qualified community service program in Kansas.
Q: What is considered a qualified community service program?
A: A qualified community service program is an organization that provides direct services to individuals or families in need, and is approved by the Kansas Department of Revenue.
Q: How much is the tax credit?
A: The tax credit is equal to 50% of the total amount of qualified contributions made during the tax year.
Q: How do I claim the tax credit?
A: You can claim the tax credit by completing Schedule K-60 and including it with your Kansas state tax return.
Q: Is there a maximum credit amount?
A: Yes, the maximum credit amount is $100 for individuals and $200 for married couples filing jointly.
Q: Are there any restrictions on claiming this credit?
A: Yes, you cannot claim the credit if you are claiming the Kansas itemized deduction credit or if you are claiming any other credit that would reduce your Kansas tax liability.
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