Interest Exempt from West Virginia - Line 27
Enter the interest included in your Federal Adjusted Gross Income that is exempt from state income tax.
Police/Fireman Retirement income included in Federal AGI - Line 29
Taxable amount of retirement income reported on your federal return received from any West Virginia state or local police, deputy sheriff's or fireman's retirement system. Limited to $2,000.
Eligible Military Retirement - Line 30
Taxable amount reported on federal return from Armed Forces, Reserves and National Guard.
Teachers Retirement included in Federal AGI - Line 31
Taxable amount of retirement income reported on the federal return received from West Virginia Teachers' Retirement System or West Virginia Public Employees' Retirement System.
Federal Retirement Systems - Line 31
Taxable amount of retirement income reported on federal return. Not to exceed $2,000.
Active Duty Military Pay - Line 34
Military income received while a on active duty as a member of the National Guard or Armed Forces Reserves.
Active Military Separation - Line 35
If you were on active duty for 30 continuous days prior to separation, enter the amount of active duty pay received.
Military spouses may be exempt from West Virginia income tax on wages from services they performed in West Virginia. To be eligible, they must meet the following criteria:
- Service member must be in West Virginia and in compliance with military orders
- Spouse must be in West Virginia for the sole purpose to be with service member
- Spouse must maintain a domicile outside of West Virginia
Refund of State income tax received - Line 36
Amount reported on federal return, Schedule 1 Line 1.
Contributions to West Virginia Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund - Line 37
Payments to the prepaid tuition trust fund. If deducted on the federal return, you cannot claim the subtraction.
Railroad Retirement income included in Federal AGI - Line 38
Income received from US Railroad Retirement Board. Include unemployment, disability and sick pay that is included on the federal return. Do NOT include Social Security benefits.
Long Term Care Insurance - Line 39
IRC 1341 Repayments - Line 40
Repayments made under the claim of right IRC 1341. The repayments must be $3000 or greater to qualify for this subtraction.
Autism Modification - Line 41
For tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2011 a modification was created to reduce federal adjusted gross income in the amount of any qualifying contribution to a qualified trust maintained for the benefit of a child with autism. The maximum amount you can claim for this subtraction is $1,000 for individual filers, and $2,000 for joint filers.
Qualified Opportunity Zone business income - Line 44
Include copy of IRS 8996
Surviving Spouse Deduction - Line 46
Surviving spouse may claim a one time subtraction from income up to $8,000.
- Decedent must be 65 years of age or older Or permanently disabled
- Surviving spouse did not remarry before end of the taxable year
- Total deductions from income are less than $8,000
Senior Citizen or Disability Deduction - Line 45
Must be at least age 65 OR certified as permanently disabled to qualify for the subtraction. Complete Schedule H.
To enter this area, use this menu path:
- Subtractions from Income
Further Information regarding subtractions:
West Virginia EZ Pass Deduction - No longer available for after the 2019 tax year.
Amount between $25 and $1,200 for tolls paid electronically through EZPass. Do not include amounts refunded by employers. May carry over amounts for three years. Must include transponder number.
Please refer to Form IT-140 instructions for more details.