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Form 1065 Box 13 Information

items of property exceeds $5,000, the partnership must give you a copy of Form 8283, Noncash Charitable Contributions, to attach to your tax return. Do not deduct the amount shown on your Form 8283, as this is the partnership's contribution

Charitable Contributions

be used as evidence of cash donations. Personal records like this are no longer sufficient. If your deduction for a noncash contribution is more than $500 Form 8283 should be included with your return. If you claim a deduction

New Jersey Subtractions from Income

of the contribution allowed as a deduction in computing your taxable income for Federal income tax purposes. If you are required to file Federal Form 8283 (Non-cash Charitable Contributions) with your Federal Form 1040 make sure you do so. Total Exemption

What is a Form 1099-B? (View a sample form)

Brokers and barter exchanges must report proceeds from transactions to you and the IRS on Form 1099-B. A 1099-B will show transactions like the sales of stocks or other property. It should list facts about the sale such as the date

What is a Form 1099-INT? (View a sample form)

A Form 1099-INT is used to show interest income that you earned during the tax year. Types of interest include savings bond interest, checking and savings account interest, and interest earned on Treasury bills. To view a sample Form

What is a Form 1099-Q? (View sample form)

A Form 1099-Q is used to report to you any distributions that you may have received from a "qualified education program". Generally, only the earnings in box 2 may be subject to tax. To view a sample Form 1099-Q, click here.

Injured Spouse Allocation Form (Form 8379)

A taxpayer is considered an injured spouse when a joint overpayment (refund) was/is expected to be applied to a past due obligation of the other spouse. By filing Form 8379 , the injured spouse may be able to get back his or her portion

What is a Form 1099-G? (View a sample form)

A Form 1099-G is used to show payments that you received as income from government agencies (state, local, etc.). Types of income that a 1099-G will show include: Refunds from state tax returns filed in the previous year. Unemployment

What is a Form SSA-1099? (View a sample form)

Form SSA-1099 is used to report any Social Security benefits that you may have collected during the year. If you elected to have taxes withheld, it will also show this amount; however, it is uncommon to have withholdings from social

What is a Form 1099-DIV? (View a sample form)

A 1099-DIV is used when you earn dividends throughout the tax year, as well as certain capital gain distributions. Generally, dividends are paid when your stocks are doing well. To view a sample Form 1099-DIV , click here. TaxSlayer