Tax Period EditingFigure 3.11.14-15 shows three examples of editing the Tax Period.Example one shows the top of a current year 2020 Form 1041. The taxpayer has indicated a calendar year return beginning January 1, 2020 and ending December 31, 2020. Example two shows the top of a current year Form 1041. The taxpayer indicated a tax period beginning July 01, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021. The edited tax period of 2006 is edited above at the top of the form. Example three shows the top portion of a completed 2019 Form 1041. The edited tax period of 1912 is written to the right of the preprinted Calendar Year.Tax Period Editing Instructions are written below the three examples: Example 1. Do not edit the Tax Period if the tax period covers the current calendar year.Example 2. If the taxpayer has indicated a tax period other than the preprinted year on the return, edit the Tax Period based on the taxpayer's indication. Edit the Tax Period to the right of the preprinted calendar year, in YYMM format. These four digits define the year and month in which the Tax Period ends.Example 3. If the return is for a prior year, edit the Tax Period to the right of the preprinted Calendar Year in YYMM format.