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Virginia Deductions from Income

The following entries show as deductions on your return. Please note the Code number on the item, as this will appear on your VA 760-CG under Deductions

 

Child and Dependent Care Expenses - Code 101 - If you are eligible to claim this deduction on your federal return, the TaxSlayer program will automatically pull it to your Virginia return.  

 

 

Foster Care Deduction – Code 102

Foster parents may claim a deduction of $1,000 for each child residing in their home under permanent foster care, as defined in the Code of Virginia, providing they claim the foster child as a dependent on their federal and Virginia income tax returns.


 

Bone Marrow Screening Fee –Code 103
Enter the amount of the fee paid for an initial screening to become a possible bone marrow donor, provided you were not reimbursed for the fee and did not claim a deduction for the fee on your federal return.


Virginia College Savings Plan Prepaid Tuition Contract Payments & Savings Account Contributions –Code 104
If you are under age 70 on or before December 31 of the taxable year, enter the lesser of $4,000 or the amount paid during the taxable year for each prepaid tuition contract or a savings trust account entered into with the Virginia529 account (Virginia 529 prePAID, Virginia 529 inVEST, College America, or College Wealth). If you contributed more than $4,000 per account during the taxable year, you may carry forward any undeducted amounts until the contribution has been fully deducted. However, if you are age 70 or older on or before December 31 of the taxable year, you may deduct the entire amount contributed during the taxable year. Only the owner of record for an account may claim a deduction for contributions made. 


 

Continuing Teacher Education –Code 105
A licensed primary or secondary school teacher may enter a deduction equal to 20% of unreimbursed tuition costs incurred to attend continuing teacher education courses that are required as a condition of employment, provided these expenses were not deducted from federal adjusted gross income.

 

 

Long-Term Health Care Premiums –Code 106
Enter the amount of premiums paid for long-term health care insurance, provided you did not claim a deduction for long-term health care insurance premiums on your federal return. The Virginia deduction for long-term health care insurance premiums is completely disallowed if you claimed a federal income tax deduction of any amount for long-term health care insurance premiums paid during the taxable year.

 

 

Virginia Public School Construction Grants Program and Fund –Code 107
Enter the amount of total contributions to the Virginia Public School Construction Grants Program and Fund, provided you have not claimed a deduction for this amount on your federal income tax return. 

 

 

Tobacco Quota Buyout –Code 108
Allows a deduction from taxable income for payments received in the preceding year in accordance with the Tobacco Quota Buyout Program of the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 to the extent included in federal adjusted gross income. For example, on your 2016 Virginia return you may deduct the portion of such payments received in 2015 that is included in your 2015 federal adjusted gross income; while payments received in 2016 may generate a deduction on your 2017 Virginia return. Individuals cannot claim a deduction for a payment that has been, or will be, subtracted by a corporation unless the subtraction is shown on a Schedule VK-1 you received from an S Corporation. If you chose to accept payment in installments, the gain from the installment received in the preceding year may be deducted. If, however, you opted to receive a single payment, 10% of the gain recognized for federal purposes in the year that the payment was received may be deducted in the following year and in each of the 9 succeeding taxable years.

 

 

Sales Tax Paid on Certain Energy Efficient Equipment or Appliances –Code 109
Allows an income tax deduction for 20% of the sales tax paid on certain energy efficient equipment or appliances, up to $500 per year. If filing a joint return, you may deduct up to $1,000.

 

 

Organ and Tissue Donor Expenses – Code 110
Allows a deduction for unreimbursed expenses that are paid by a living organ and tissue donor that have not been taken as a medical deduction on the taxpayer’s federal income tax return. The amount of the deduction is the lesser of $5,000 or the actual amount paid by the taxpayer. If filing a joint return, the deduction is limited to $10,000 or the actual amount paid.

 

 

Charitable Mileage –Code 111
Enter the difference between 18 cents per mile and the charitable mileage deduction per mile allowed on federal Schedule A. If you used actual expenses for the charitable mileage deduction, and those expenses were less than 18 cents per mile, then you may use the difference between actual expenses and 18 cents per mile.

 

 

Virginia Bank Franchise Subchapter S Corporation –Code 112
A shareholder of a bank may be required to make certain adjustments to his or her federal adjusted gross income. Such adjustments are required only if the shareholder invests in a bank that (1) is subject to the Virginia Bank Franchise Tax for state tax purposes (see Va. Code § 58.1-1207) and (2) has elected to be taxed as a small business corporation (S corporation) for federal tax purposes. Please visit here for information.

 

 

Income from Dealer Disposition of Property- Code 113
Allows an adjustment for certain income from dealer dispositions of property made on or after January 1, 2009. In the year of disposition the adjustment will be a subtraction for gain attributable to installment payments to be made in future taxable years provided that (i) the gain arises from an installment Page 26 sale for which federal law does not permit the dealer to elect installment reporting of income, and (ii) the dealer elects installment treatment of the income for Virginia purposes on or before the due date prescribed by law for filing the taxpayer’s income tax return. In subsequent taxable years the adjustment will be an addition for gain attributable to any payments made during the taxable year with respect to the disposition. In the years following the year of disposition, the taxpayer would be required to add back the amount that would have been reported under the installment method. Each disposition must be tracked separately for purposes of this adjustment.

 

Prepaid Funeral, Medical, or Dental Insurance Premiums - Code 114

You may be allowed a deduction of payments for (i) a prepaid funeral insurance policy that covers you or (ii) medical or dental insurance premiums for any person for whom you may claim a deduction for such premiums under federal income tax laws. To qualify for this deduction, you must be age 66 or older with earned income of at least $20,000 for the year and federal adjusted gross income not in excess of $30,000 for the year. The deduction is not allowed for any portion of premiums for which you have been reimbursed, have claimed a deduction for federal income tax purposes, have claimed another Virginia income tax deduction or subtraction, or have claimed a federal income tax credit or any Virginia income tax credit.

 

 

ABLE Savings Trust Account Contributions - Code 115 

Effective for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2016, you may claim a deduction for the amount contributed during the taxable year to an ABLE savings trust account entered into with the Virginia College Savings Plan. No deduction is allowed if such contributions are deducted on the contributor’s federal income tax return. If the contribution to an ABLE savings trust account exceeds $2,000 the remainder may be carried forward and subtracted in future taxable years until the amount has been fully deducted; however, in no event shall the amount deducted in any taxable year exceed $2,000 per ABLE savings trust account. Deductions are subject to recapture in the taxable year or years in which distributions or refunds are made for any reason other than (i) to pay qualified disability expenses; or (ii) the beneficiary’s death. A contributor who has attained age 70 is allowed a deduction for the full amount contributed to an ABLE savings trust account, less any amounts previously deducted.


Other- Code 199
Attach an explanation for other deductions.