Handles self-employment tax (Schedule SE), profit or loss from a sole proprietor business (Schedule C and Schedule C-EZ) and any depreciation of property or amortization of costs (Form 4562).
Supports reporting income or losses from rental real estate and royalty income (Schedule E).
Handles reporting gains made from the sale or exchange of business property (Form 4797) and expenses for business use of your home (Form 8829).
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- Come-back Flag - Sometimes a piece of information, like mortgage interest or tuition fees, still needs to be tracked down. Just set a "come-back flag" in the specific place in your return so you can easily come back to it when you have the information.
- Includes CharityDeductions™ - Accurately value items you donate to charity using CharityDeductions. Most customers save $200 in taxes by using CharityDeductions' accurate fair-market values. Plus, CharityDeductions tracks other donations such as cash and mileage to help you get every charitable deduction you're entitled to.
- Filing Status - Any filing status is supported — single, head of household, married filing jointly, married filing separately and qualifying widow(er).
- Self-employment - Covers self-employment tax (Schedule SE).
- Profits and Losses - Reporting income or loss from rental real estate, royalty income, income from partnership, S-corporations and other pass through entities (Schedule E), profit or loss from a sole proprietor business (Schedule C and Schedule C-EZ), profit or loss from farming (Schedule F) and farm income averaging (Schedule J) are supported.
- Depreciation and Amortization - Handles depreciation of property (including vehicles) and amortization of costs for sole proprietorships, rental property and farms (Form 4562).
- Sale of Business Property - Reporting gains made from the sale or exchange of business property and gains made from the sale of oil, gas, geothermal or mineral properties (Form 4797) are supported.
- Employee Business Expenses - Supports deducting unreimbursed employee business expenses, such as job-related vehicle travel, transportation, meals or entertainment expenses as well as expenses for business use of you home.
- Credits that Lower Your Taxes - Covers many credits that lower your taxes such as the first time homebuyer credit, health coverage tax credit for displaced workers who paid for continued health insurance after being laid-off, alternative motor vehicle credit, residential energy credits, mortgage interest credit, credit for child care and dependent care expenses, earned income credit, education credit, retirement savings contribution credit, foreign tax credit, adoption credit, child tax credit and credit for the elderly or the disabled. Also covers work opportunity credit, low-income housing credit, credit for alcohol used as fuel and many other general business credits reported on Schedule K1's from Partnerships, S-Corporations and Estates & Trusts.
- Investment Coverage - Handles many investment related items such as capital gains and losses (Schedule D), installment sale income, money borrowed to buy investments and children who have unearned income over $1,900 (the "kiddie" tax).
- Taxable Income (1099) Coverage - Handles the sale of stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other securities, dividends, qualified dividends, and capital gains distributions, original issue discount income, distributions from a retirement plan such as an IRA, 401(k) or pension, rents, royalties, and non-employee compensation, distribution from a tax-advantaged savings account (such as Health Savings Account (HSA), certain government payments, interest income, payments from qualified education programs, railroad retirement and Social Security distributions.
- Retirement Coverage - Supports distributions from a retirement plan such as an IRA, 401(k) or pension, railroad retirement and social security distributions. Also early distributions and distributions taken from a retirement plan as part of a recovery assistance plan. Non-deductible contributions to individual retirement accounts (IRAs) are supported by CompleteTax Premium MVP or CompleteTax Premium as well.
- Itemized Deductions (Schedule A) - Money paid for medical care, mortgage interest and insurance, state and local sales, income and property taxes, charitable contributions, home office expenses, employee business expenses, casualty losses and miscellaneous deductions can reduce your taxes. If the total amount spent on those items is more than your standard deduction, you can usually benefit by itemizing.
- Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) - Determines automatically if you are subject to AMT or not.
- Education Coverage - Handles student loan interest, tuition payment, education credits and tuition and fee deductions.
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