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Itemized Deductions

Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 12: Job Expenses and Miscellaneous Deductions

This is part twelve in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. We’re almost done with our series on itemized deductions. The final sections we’ll cover…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 11: Some Rules Regarding Casualty and Theft Losses

This is part eleven  in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. Thankfully, we don’t see a lot of casualty and theft losses. For a casualty…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 10: Charitable Limitations and Carryovers

This is part ten in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. Your adjusted gross income (last line on page 1 of Form 1040) serves as…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 9: Motorized Donations

This is part nine in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. Donating a car, boat or airplane can be complicated, depending upon the value and…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 8: More on Charitable Giving – Noncash Gifts

This is part eight in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. Noncash gifts are a mixed bag and have a lot of special circumstances. Let’s…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 7: Charitable Contributions in Cash

This is part seven in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. Cash contributions are relatively straightforward—you donate $100 to a qualifying charity (no benefit provided…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 6: Feeling Charitable and Making Contributions

This is part six in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. First, let’s look at what type of organization qualifies to receive deductible contributions. The…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 5: Investigating Deductions and Investment Interest

This is part five in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. Interest paid on debts to acquire investment assets is deductible but limited to net…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 4: Deducting Mortgage Interest

This is part four in our series on Itemized Deductions. To read the rest of the series, click here. For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website. Mortgage interest for up to two residences is deductible on Federal Schedule A. If…
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Itemized Deductions from A to Z, Part 3: Deductions and Taxes

For additional information regarding 2014 tax planning, you can download our 2014 Tax Planning Guide from the Resources tab on our website.   After medical and dental expenses, taxes are the next section on Schedule A. Generally, state and local taxes, real estate taxes, personal property taxes and foreign taxes (real property and income taxes)…
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