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Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2017 By Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2017 by Ernst & Young

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Authoritative, user-friendly tax help from a global leader in tax services The EY Tax Guide 2017 is the American taxpayer's essential companion, providing the answers you need alongside trusted advice from EY professionals and turning filing your taxes into a simple process.

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Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2017 by Ernst & Young

Authoritative, user-friendly tax help from a global leader in tax services The EY Tax Guide 2017 is the American taxpayer's essential companion, providing the answers you need alongside trusted advice from EY professionals and turning filing your taxes into a simple process. This book brings clarity and ease to an otherwise complex process, helping you see past impenetrable regulations to maximize your return. Covering issues that the normal taxpayer encounters year-in and year-out, this world-class guidebook has been updated to align with the most recent tax law changes that are often misunderstood and typically overlooked in other guides, including a new chapter with insights on the 3.8% levy on certain investment income known as the Net Investment Income Tax (NIIT). This year's guide also includes additional insight on simplified procedures for tangible property regulations and how they affect both individuals and businesses. Situational solutions offer specific advice tailored to homeowners, self-employed entrepreneurs, business executive, and senior citizens, helping you take advantage of every savings opportunity the government offers. At-a-Glance features provide quick guidance on tax breaks and overlooked deductions, new tax laws, and how to avoid common errors so you can dip in as needed and find the answers you need quickly. The EY Tax professionals keep track of tax law so you don't have to. Their in-depth knowledge and years of experience work together to help you file your taxes correctly and on time, without leaving your hard-earned money on the table. This invaluable resource will help you: * Maximize your return with tax breaks and deductions * See how the law has changed since last year's filing * Avoid 25 common, costly preparation errors * Identify 50 most overlooked deductions * Get focused guidance on your specific tax situation No need to wade through volumes of IRS rulings or indecipherable accounting jargon; top-level tax advice in accessible language is an EY specialty. Make 2017 the year of frustration-free filing, and join the ranks of happy taxpayers with the EY Tax Guide 2017.

Table of Contents

2017 tax calendar ii How to use this guide v Special contents viii Changes in the tax law you should know about x Important 2016 tax reminders xiv How to avoid 25 common errors xvi 50 of the most easily overlooked deductions xvii Individual tax organizer xviii Income and expense records you should keep in addition to your income tax return xxvi Part I The income tax return / 1 CHAPTER 1 Filing information 3 CHAPTER 2 Filing status 47 CHAPTER 3 Personal exemptions and dependents 61 CHAPTER 4 Tax withholding and estimated tax 90 Part II Income / 119 CHAPTER 5 Wages, salaries, and other earnings 121 CHAPTER 6 Tip income 148 CHAPTER 7 Interest income 158 CHAPTER 8 Dividends and other corporate distributions 191 CHAPTER 9 Rental income and expenses 213 CHAPTER 10 Retirement plans, pensions, and annuities 240 CHAPTER 11 Social security and equivalent railroad retirement benefits 269 CHAPTER 12 Other income 282 Part III Gains and losses / 323 CHAPTER 13 Basis of property 325 CHAPTER 14 Sale of property 349 CHAPTER 15 Selling your home 392 CHAPTER 16 Reporting gains and losses 413 Part IV Adjustments to income / 433 CHAPTER 17 Individual retirement arrangements (IRAs) 435 CHAPTER 18 Alimony 475 CHAPTER 19 Education-related adjustments 490 CHAPTER 20 Moving expenses 499 Part V Standard deduction and itemized deductions / 515 CHAPTER 21 Standard deduction 517 CHAPTER 22 Medical and dental expenses 524 CHAPTER 23 Taxes you may deduct 545 CHAPTER 24 Interest expense 560 CHAPTER 25 Contributions 586 CHAPTER 26 Nonbusiness casualty and theft losses 617 CHAPTER 27 Car expenses and other employee business expenses 642 CHAPTER 28 Tax benefits for work-related education 691 CHAPTER 29 Miscellaneous deductions 705 CHAPTER 30 Limit on itemized deductions 729 Part VI Figuring your taxes and credits / 733 CHAPTER 31 How to figure your tax 735 CHAPTER 32 Tax on investment income of certain children 753 CHAPTER 33 Child and dependent care credit 764 CHAPTER 34 Credit for the elderly or the disabled 785 CHAPTER 35 Child tax credit 791 CHAPTER 36 Education credits and other education tax benefits 795 CHAPTER 37 Premium Tax Credit (PTC) 808 CHAPTER 38 Other credits including the earned income credit 815 Part VII Special situations and tax planning / 857 CHAPTER 39 Self-employment income: How to file Schedule C 859 CHAPTER 40 Mutual funds 893 CHAPTER 41 What to do if you employ domestic help 914 CHAPTER 42 U.S. citizens working abroad: Tax treatment of foreign earned income 926 CHAPTER 43 Foreign citizens living in the United States 933 CHAPTER 44 Decedents: Dealing with the death of a family member 943 CHAPTER 45 Estate and gift tax planning 960 CHAPTER 46 Everything you need to know about e-filing 975 CHAPTER 47 If your return is examined 983 CHAPTER 48 Rules for expensing and capitalizing tangible property used in a trade or business 999 CHAPTER 49 Net investment income tax 1009 CHAPTER 50 Planning ahead for 2017 and beyond 1022 CHAPTER 51 2016 Tax rate schedules 1037 Index 1039

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