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Gross salary $41,780
Interest earnings $225
Dividend income $80
One person exemption $2,650
Itemized deductions $3,890
Adjustments to income $1,150

What would be reported as taxable income?

Would I be correct in thinking that the only thing to be reported as taxable income would be the gross salary of $41,780?



Thanks in advance for your help!

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    Taxable income is the gross salary, interest earnings, dividend income, and adjustments to income.

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    From your taxable income, you subtract your exemption and itemized deductions.

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    Thanks so much for breaking this down for me =]

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    You're welcome.

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