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Tax Return Problem 3 Keisha Sanders, a divorced single taxpayer and practicing attorney, lives at 9551 Oak Lane in Menifee, CA 92584. Her social security number is 412- 34-5670 (date of birth 2/27/1973). Keisha had qualifying health care coverage at all times during the tax year. Her W-2 contained the following information: 390
Wages (box 1)$84,601.55 Federal W/H (box 2) $9,898.38 Social security wages (box 3) $84,601.55 Social security W/H (box 4)S 5,245.30 Medicare wages (box 5)$84,601.55 Medicare W/H (box 6) 1,226.72 In addition, Keisha made alimony payments totaling $10,800 for the year to her former husband Alex, an unemployed mine worker, whose social security number is 412-34-5671. She also received a 1099 INT from Menifee Credit Union in the amount of $204.75 Keisha also has the following information for her Schedule A itemized
Interest expense Home mortgage (qualified residence interest $8,100 MasterCard (used exclusively for personal expenses and purchases) Car loen (personal use) 425 600 1,750 Student loan interest Taxes paid Stete income tax withheld Stete income tax deficiency (for 2015 Real estate property taxes-principal residence Personal property t Registration fee-car Medical expenses Doctors fees Prescription drugs Vitamins and over-the-counter drugs Dental implant to correct a bite problem Heath club fee Charitable contributions (ell required documentation is maintained) 2,950 350 1,700 75 135 axes-car 500 200 250 1,600 400 3,100 (made ratably throughout the year United Way PBS annual campalign Property Pine Cove Goodwill-used clothing and household items 100 200 Date of donation November 15, 2017 350 1,300 Thrift shop value at date of donation Purchase price of the tems Other Investment publications Tax returm preparation fee Business dues and subscriptions Safe deposit box 150 275 350 75 Prepare a Form 1040, a student loan worksheet, a Schedule A, and a Form 8283 for Keisha using any other appropriate worksheets. We have provided selected filled-in source documents that are available in Connect. The standard deduction for a qualifying widow(er) is $12,700, for head of household is $9,350, and for a single person as well as married filing separately is $6,350. 2 IRC $ 213. 3 Reg, $1.213-1(ax3)0) IRC$213(a). 5 Ackinson, ,H. (1965) 44 TC 39, acq. 1965-2 CB4 6 Rev. Rul. 76-80, 1976-1 CB 71 Reg. 1.213-10X)). 8 Rev. Rul. 72-593. 1972-2 CB i80; Rev. Rul. S5-261, 1955-1 CB 307, Payments to the following medical providers are specifically included as deductible charges: psychologists, physicians, surgeons, specialists or other and Christian Science
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