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On my 1099-R, what do the codes in box 7 mean?

and 1) has reached age 59 ½ 2)has died, or 3) is disabled ) R Recharacterized IRA contribution made for 2012 and recharacterized in 2013. S Early distribution from a SIMPLE IRA in first 2 years, no known exception ( under age 59 ½) T Roth...

Married Filing Separate Allocation - Form 8958

Who Must File If your resident state is a *community property state , you may have community income. If you file a federal tax return separately from your spouse AND live within a *community property state , you must report half of all...

New Jersey Military Filing Information

to obtain a refund of the tax withheld. Spouses/Civil Union Partners of Military Personnel Beginning with tax year 2009, Federal law, known as the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act, allows a military servicemember’s nonmilitary spouse/civil...

Standard Deduction and Exemption Amounts

2014 Standard Deduction and Exemptions Single - $6,200 Married Filing Joint - $12,400 Married Filing Separately - $6,200 Head of Household - $9,100 Qualifying Widow(er) - $12,400 Personal Exemption(s) - $3,950 IF THE TAXPAYER OR SPOUSE...

Arkansas Basic Information (Additional Personal Credits)

Per Arkansas law, each taxpayer and spouse is entitled to one personal tax credit (personal exemption). However, Arkansas does allow additional Personal Tax Credits if you can answer "Yes" to any of the following questions: On January 1...

Utah Retirement Tax Credit

Note : Any retirement credit that is more than the tax liability may not be carried back or forward. A. Taxpayers Age 65 or Older as of December 31, 2013 Each taxpayer (you, and/or your spouse if filing jointly) age 65 or older at the end...

Michigan Form 4884 (Michigan Pension Schedule)

a retiree who is a surviving spouse born prior to 1/1/1946, has public retirement/pension benefits, and receives pension benefits from a deceased spouse born after 12/31/1952 include the deceased spouse’s retirement when using worksheet 2...

Claim a Refund Due to a Deceased Taxpayer (Form 1310)

be found under "Miscellaneous Forms" within the "Federal Section" of your TaxSlayer account. If you need to file a return on behalf of a deceased taxpayer, use form 1310 unless: You are the surviving spouse filing a joint return, OR You...

I'm trying to prepare an amended return. What do I enter in the Exemptions section if I filed Form 1040EZ?

Exemptions Boxes If your original return was Form 1040EZ, you will need to look at line 5 of your return to determine the amounts to enter in the Exemptions boxes. Are the boxes checked for You and Spouse? Yes: Enter 0 or leave all...

Repayment of First-Time Homebuyer Credit (Form 5405)

is a business. If you and your spouse claimed the credit on a joint return, each spouse is treated as having been allowed half of the credit for purposes of repaying the credit. The following are exceptions to the repayment rule according to the IRS...