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14081: NY - Conviction Question


New York

Where do I answer the question regarding conviction under New York State Penal Law Article 200 or 496, or section 195.20?


This question can be answered in the following locations: 

Package NY Form   Data entry screen Location on States tab > NY >
1040 IT-201/203/210
Screen MISC, Miscellaneous Information
(Screen 1 in Drake15 & prior)
1041 IT-205 Screen 1, IT-205 - General Information
1120S CT-3-S Screen 1, CT-3-S General Information
1120 CT-3 Screen 9, CT-3- Part 7, Summary of Tax Credits
Package IT-204 Screen 8, 204 - Flow-through Credit Bases and Information

This question is a required entry on NY returns and is worded slightly different depending on the return type. Be sure to completely read the question and answer it as applicable to the return.

Note: The pronoun "You" is referring to the person/entity represented in the return, not the return preparer.

NY IT-201/203/210: Have you (or an entity of which you are an owner) been convicted of an offense, defined in New York State Penal Law Article 200 or 496, or section 195.20?  

NY IT-205: Has the estate or trust (or an S corporation of which it was a shareholder, or partnership of which it was a partner) been convicted of Bribery Involving Public Servants and Related Offenses, Corrupting the Government, or Defrauding the Government (NYS Penal Law Article 200 or 496, or section 195.20)?

NY CT-3-S: Have you been convicted of an offense, or are you an owner of an entity convicted of an offense, defined in New York State Penal Law Article 200 or 496, or section 195.20?

NY CT-3: Have you (or an entity of which you are an owner) been convicted of an offense, defined in New York State Penal Law Article 200 or 496, or section 195.20? 

NY IT-204: Has the partnership (or an entity of which the partnership is an owner) been convicted of Bribery Involving Public Servants and Related Offenses, Corrupting the Government, or Defrauding the Government (NYS Penal Law Article 200 or 496, or section 195.20)? 

​Failure to answer the NY Conviction question may result in certain NY credits being disallowed. This may be resolved by navigating in data entry to the location listed in the chart above and answering the applicable question. 

For more information, see the specific instructions for the NY form that you are completing. 


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