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Minnesota Contributions

Minnesota state return under the "Contributions" tab. The contribution provided will either decrease your Minnesota refund or increase the amount you owe to Minnesota. To make a contribution directly to the Nongame Wildlife Fund, either...

Michigan Form 4884 (Michigan Pension Schedule)

Michigan offers qualifying taxpayers a subtraction from their state income for "Retirement Benefits that are Exempt from Michigan Income Tax". Refer to the following to help you determine if you qualify for this subtraction: 1. Can...

Alabama Income You MUST Report

commissions, fees, and tips. Dividends ( Schedule B ). Interest on bank deposits, bonds, notes, Federal Income Tax Refunds, mortgages on which you receive payments, accounts with savings and loan associations, mutual savings banks, credit unions...

What are Passive Activities?

and Tier 1 Railroad Retirement Benefits Deductible contributions to individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and section 501(c)(18) pension plans. The exclusion from income of interest from qualified US savings bonds used to pay qualified higher...

Iowa Additions to Income

of taxable IRA distributions as shown on your federal return. Taxpayers age 70 1/2 and older can distribute up to $100,000 from their individual retirement account to certain charitable organizations without including the distribution in gross...

Disctrict of Columbia Contributions

however the smallest contribution you can make to any one fund is $1.00. The three DC Contributions are as follows: Public Fund for Drug Prevention and Children at Risk DC Statehood Delegation Fund Anacostia River Cleanup and Protection...

Oklahoma Military Filing Information

return. If they file a joint Federal return, they shall complete Form 511NR and include in the Oklahoma amount column, all Oklahoma source income of both the resident and the nonresident. Military Retirement Each individual may exclude 75...

Tax Documents Needed To Prepare Your Return

the past year. This form shows how much money you made, how much tax was withheld, Social Security and Medicare information and any contributions you may have made to a retirement plan, medical account or child care reimbursement. To see...

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

Arizona Itemized Deductions

the amount reported in your federal return such as: Adjustments to Charitable Contributions for Arizona Purposes Medicare Savings Account (MSA) and Arizona Long-Term Health Care Savings Account (AZLTHSA) distributions used to pay medical and dental...