POSTED ON November 21, 2022 7:02 pm
BRITISH STANDARD BS 6349 1: 2000.pdf
you have $1,500 in interest income and $1,100 in wages. you can be claimed as a dependent on your parents’ 2021 tax return. their taxable income is $60,000. your taxable income is $12,300 and you are entitled to $1,500 of tax credits. you receive a tax refund of $2,200. your standard deduction is $24,800. your itemized deductions are $26,600.
joe, a 22-year-old college student, files a separate return. his earned income is $4,500. his itemized deductions are $2,500. his standard deduction is $4,250. joe can claim $2,500 of his earnings and $4,250 of his itemized deductions as a deduction on his separate return. if he itemizes, his standard deduction is $4,000. he can claim $2,500 of his earnings and $4,000 of his itemized deductions as a deduction on his separate return. joe can’t claim a larger standard deduction than the amount by which his earned income is more than his itemized deductions.
you can be claimed as a dependent on your parents’ 2020 tax return. they filed a joint return. your taxable income was $60,000. your taxable income was $12,300 and you were entitled to $1,500 of tax credits. your standard deduction was $24,800. your itemized deductions were $26,600.
you are married and file a joint return. you had no itemized deductions for 2020. you can be claimed as a dependent on your parents’ 2021 tax return. your taxable income is $60,000. your taxable income is $12,300 and you are entitled to $1,500 of tax credits. your standard deduction was $24,800. your itemized deductions were $26,600.
if you live with your spouse and meet certain tests, you may be able to file as head of household instead of married filing separately. if you qualify to file as head of household instead of married filing separately, your standard deduction will be higher. also, your tax may be lower, and you may be able to claim the earned income credit. see head of household, later.
as mentioned above, the standard deduction is higher for couples filing a joint return. the standard deduction amounts for most people are shown in table 10-1. the table is divided into four parts. the first part shows the standard deduction for each filing status. the second part shows the standard deduction amounts for taxpayers who are 65 or older and blind. the third part shows the standard deduction amounts for taxpayers who are 65 or older and not blind.
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determine the size of your standard deduction (line 2 on form 1040-s or form 1040-nr). on line 2, you must enter the total of your adjusted gross income (agi). in 2018, your agi is less than $100,000, and you are entitled to a standard deduction of $12,000 ($24,000 for married taxpayers filing jointly).
you filed a joint return on form 1040 for 2020 with taxable income of $75,000. your itemized deductions were $24,950. the standard deduction that you could have claimed was $24,800. in 2021, you recovered $1,100 of your 2020 itemized deductions. none of the recoveries were more than the actual deductions for 2020. include $150 of the recoveries in your 2021 income. this is the smaller of your recoveries ($1,100) or the amount by which your itemized deductions were more than the standard deduction ($24,950 $24,800 = $150).