Below are some examples of itemized deductions:
Medical and Dental Expenses
The medical and dental deductions include medical and dental insurance, amounts paid to doctors/dentists, prescriptions, X-Rays, lab work, nursing help (not for healthy baby or housework), hospital care (including meals and lodging), Alcohol/Drug rehabilitation, medical aids (hearing aids, crutches, wheelchairs, etc.), and medical mileage.
Taxes That You Paid
Deductible taxes that you paid include State and Local Sales Tax Paid, Prior Year 4th Quarter Estimates paid after 12/31, Real Estate Taxes (Non-Business Property), Personal Property (ex: Car Registration). State and local income taxes are also deductible. If these are listed on your W-2, they will automatically be pulled to your itemized deductions.
Interest That You Paid
Interest that you paid includes mortgage interest reported on Form 1098 and other deductible interest and points not reported on Form 1098.
Gifts to Charity
Gifts to charity include both cash and non-cash gifts. If you donated money or property to a qualifying charitable organization, or if you used your personal vehicle for "charitable mileage", you generally could deduct these as itemized deductions. If you claim a deduction of more than $5,000 per item (or a group of similar items), you must obtain a qualified appraisal of the item or group of items and fill out Form 8283, Form B.
Miscellaneous deductions include expenses for items such as tax return preparation, safety deposit box rental, investment fees, gambling losses (you can only deduct losses up to the amount of the total winnings that you report as income), impairment-related work expenses, and unrecovered investment in a pension.
The program will automatically take the higher of the itemized or the standard deduction, unless otherwise adjusted in the system.
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