52–53 Week Tax PeriodsFigure 3.11.14-16 shows 3 examples demonstrating how to edit a return received for a 52-53 week period. Each figure pictures the top portion of a completed Form 1041. Figure 1, The taxpayer has indicated fiscal year beginning date 080420 and ending 0802221 (with an arrow pointing to the ending date). The edited tax period of 2008 is written to the right of the preprinted calendar year. Figure 2, The taxpayer has indicated fiscal year beginning date 102619 and ending 102520 (the ending date has an arrow pointing to it). The edited tax period of 2010 is written to the right of the preprinted calendar year. Figure 3, The taxpayer has indicated fiscal year beginning date 04162019 and ending 04152020. Inset box contains the text, Correspond to determine the correct Tax Period Ending Date.The following instructions are written below the examples above: 1 If the Tax Period ending date is not more than 3 days after the beginning month, edit the previous month.2 If the Tax Period ending date is not more than 6 days before the end of the month, edit the month shown.3 If the Tax Period ending date is more than 6 days before the end of the month or 3 days after the beginning of the month and is NOT a final, correspond with the taxpayer to determine the correct Tax Period Ending Date.