INVESTOR RELATIONS

2016 SCHEDULE K-1s

Enviva Partners, LP (NYSE: EVA) 2016 Schedule K-1 Tax Packages are now available online for public unitholders. Please click the link below to access your tax package on Enviva’s Tax Package Support website:

Tax Package Support

For assistance related to the Tax Package Support website, or if you have questions about your Schedule K-1, please contact Enviva Tax Package Support Service using one of the following methods:

Phone: (855) 839-4124 (Within US)
Phone: (972) 248-5396 (Outside US)

Mail: Enviva Partners, LP
c/o Tax Package Support
PO Box 799060
Dallas, TX 75379

SAMPLE SCHEDULE K-1s

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Yes. Every unitholder of Enviva Partners, LP will receive a Schedule K-1 reflecting their share of the partnership's income, gain, loss, or deduction for the period the units are held.

  • The 2016 unitholder Schedule K-1 Tax Packages are expected to be available mid-March 2017. In addition, you may obtain your Schedule K-1 Tax Package electronically by accessing Enviva’s Tax Package Support website www.taxpackagesupport.com/enviva or by calling Enviva's Tax Package Support call center at (855) 839-4124. Electronic Schedule K-1 Tax Packages from both the Tax Package Support website and call center are expected to be available mid-March 2017.

  • Yes, you can access an electronic copy of your 2016 Schedule K-1 on Enviva's Tax Package Support website www.taxpackagesupport.com/enviva, a secure website hosted by a third-party provider, beginning mid-March 2017. You can access Enviva's Tax Package Support website at any time to sign up to receive an automatic email notification to alert you when the K-1s are available.

  • No. You should report the income items shown on your Schedule K-1 provided to you by the Partnership

  • The cash distributions you receive represent your share of our available cash.  The amount you are required to include in your individual income tax return is your share of our income and related items, allocated based on the number of units you owned during 2016 and reported on your Schedule K-1.  The difference between available cash and income is mainly caused by depreciation (a non-cash expense).

  • Enviva Partners, LP is a publicly traded limited partnership consisting of a general partner and many limited partners (including the investing public). Therefore, all income and expenses flow through to the unitholders to be reported on their individual tax returns. The Partnership is required to file a Form 1065 with the IRS which includes a Schedule K-1 for each unitholder reporting their respective tax information.

  • Form 1099 is used to report interest and dividend income. Partnerships are required to separately report many different items of income, gain, loss, deduction and credit. Federal tax law requires these items to be reported on a Schedule K-1.

  • The required distribution date for Schedule K-1s is different than for Form 1099s. Federal law requires partnerships to provide a Schedule K-1 to partners no later than the extended due date of the partnership return. However, Enviva Partners, LP strives to provide Schedule K-1s as early as possible. Prior to mailing the Schedule K-1s to unitholders, Enviva Partners, LP obtains information regarding units bought or sold during the year from brokerage firms and our transfer agent to prepare the Schedule K-1s.

  • Make any corrections directly onto the Ownership Schedule and return it to the Partnership by May 1, 2017 at the address given in the instructions. You may also call 1-855-839-4124. The partnership will use the information on the Ownership Schedule to update its records and will send you corrected tax information.

  • Certain states require unitholders to file tax returns in the states in which the Partnership operates. You should consult with your tax advisor regarding the need to file state tax returns.

  • Certain states require unitholders to file tax returns in the states in which we operate. You should consult your tax advisor for additional guidance on this issue. In addition, state tax forms and instructions can be obtained via the internet at sites such as www.taxsites.com or by contacting the appropriate state’s department of revenue.

  • UBTI is relevant for a tax-exempt organization (including IRAs, Keogh and other qualified retirement plans). It represents the distributive share of gross income and allowable deductions of a publicly traded partnership which is considered to be unrelated to the regular activities of the tax-exempt organization and therefore includable in taxable income. UBTI may be offset by a $1,000 annual deduction. We expect virtually all of our income to be considered UBTI for these tax-exempt organizations.

  • Tax-exempt organizations (including IRAs, Keogh and other qualified retirement plans) are required to file Form 990-T if they have gross income from an unrelated trade or business of $1,000 or more. Gross income is gross revenue minus the cost of goods sold. See 2016 SCHEDULE K-1 SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION for your share of EVA’s gross income.

  • The cash distributions you receive decrease the tax basis in your EVA units. At year end, your tax basis is also adjusted up or down by your share of our taxable income or (loss) and increased by non-recourse debt allocated to you on your Schedule K-1.

  • No. The Ending Capital Account includes your original cost of units, as reported to us by your broker, and other adjustments affecting tax basis. However, brokers do not always report original cost to us, or the original cost reported may be incorrect. When brokers do not report original cost to us, the lowest closing price for the month in which you purchased units is assumed to be the cost. This assumption, or incorrect reporting by the broker, can cause the Ending Capital Account to be different than your actual tax basis at December 31.

  • A sale of units is treated as if there were a sale of the partner’s allocable share of each of our assets. Gain on the sale of assets for which depreciation deductions have been taken is treated as ordinary income rather than capital gain. The ordinary income on sale of units represents the gain resulting from depreciation deductions previously allocated to you.

  • Your tax basis is the original amount paid for the partnership units.  The basis is increased by the cumulative income and gains and is reduced by cash distributions, as well as cumulative amounts of loss, deduction and credits reported on Schedule K-1. 

  • If you are an individual who is a citizen or resident of the United States and you do not materially participate in the activities of EVA, the items of income, gain, loss, and deduction reported on your Schedule K-1 as well as any gain or loss you recognize from the sale of EVA units may be subject to the Net Investment Income Tax. Certain trusts and estates may also be subject to the tax. The tax applies when a taxpayer’s modified adjusted gross income exceeds certain threshold amounts.

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