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Alimony Received

Alimony is a payment or several payments to a spouse or former spouse required under a divorce or separation instrument and must meet certain requirements. Enter any alimony payments you received during the year to report them as income.

I received alimony payments. When do I have to claim this on my return?

Alimony payments received from your spouse or former spouse are taxable to you in the year you receive them. This means that if you received alimony payments during the 2015 tax year, you must include the total amount received as alimony

Can I report alimony I paid?

If you paid alimony, this may be an additional deduction on your return. These payments can usually be used to reduce your income. Generally, alimony payments you make under a divorce or separation instrument are deductible if certain

Federal Estimated Payments

Estimated tax payments is a way to pay tax on income that may not be subject to withholding. This would include income from self-employment, interest, dividends, alimony, rent, gains from the sale of assets, prizes, and even awards. You

State Estimated Payments

Estimated state tax payments is a way to pay tax on income that may not be subject to state withholding. This would include income from self-employment, interest, dividends, alimony, rent, gains from the sale of assets, prizes, and even

Alimony received

Enter the amount of alimony received while you were a resident of Missouri.

Taxpayer's Alimony received

Enter the amount from Form 1040, Line 11. Allocate the income to each spouse on Married Filing Separate Returns.

Minnesota Payments

Your Minnesota State withholdings are automatically pulled from the entries made on your W-2. If you made estimated payments to the State of Minnesota, you would enter these in the Federal portion of the program under Federal Section

Hawaii Payments

Your Hawaii State withholdings are automatically pulled from the entries made on your W-2 (State Information) in the Federal Section of the program. If you made estimated payments to the State of Hawaii, you would enter these payment

Vermont Payments

will need to supply a letter with the return asking for the "6% Tax Elect Out for VT Purposes," attach a copy of the Federal Form 6252, and do not include the gain from the sale on Schedule IN-113, Line 7. Nonresident Shareholder Payments