K-1 Tax Information
Green Plains Partners is a publicly traded master limited partnership and its unitholders are limited partners. Each partner is required to report their share of Green Plains Partners' taxable income, gains, deductions or losses on their individual income tax returns.
Green Plains Partners' taxable income is allocated to each partner according to their percentage interest in the partnership. Cash distributions during the year may be more or less than the amount of taxable income allocated. Generally, cash distributions are considered a return on capital and reduce the tax basis of a limited partner's units.
2021 Tax Packages
2021 Tax Packages are available to unitholders online as of February 28, 2022, and will be mailed beginning on March 4, 2022. Your tax package will include everything you need to comply with the income tax filing requirements resulting from your investment.
If you are a unitholder and did not receive a Schedule K-1 or have questions regarding the information contained in your Schedule K-1, please call our Tax Support Center at 1.855.839.4108, Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Central time, or visit the Tax Package Support website.
Click here to access your Schedule K-1.
2021 Schedule K-3
Green Plains Partners, L.P. (the “Partnership”) today announced that its 2021 Schedule K-3 reflecting items of international tax relevance is available online. Unitholders requiring this information may access their Schedules K-3 at https://www.taxpackagesupport.com/greenplains.
A limited number of unitholders (primarily foreign unitholders, unitholders computing a foreign tax credit on their tax return and certain corporate and/or partnership unitholders) may need the detailed information disclosed on Schedule K-3 for their specific reporting requirements. To the extent Schedule K-3 is applicable to your federal income tax return filing needs, we encourage you to review the information contained on this form and refer to the appropriate federal laws and guidance or consult with your tax advisor.