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How can you tell whether you should file an IRS Form 1040a or 1040ez?
For the current filing season, 2022. form 1040-EZ and 1040-A have been discontinued.If you are talking about filing recent prior year returns, form 1040-EZ was for if you are reporting wages, interest interest income under $1,500, and/or unemployment compensation and pretty much nothing else. You cannot report dependants on a 1040-EZ.1040-A if for when you have interest income over $1,500 and/or have dependants.Neither forms allow you to itemize deductions. There are other things to know as well. You can review the instructions at these links:About Form 1040-EZ | Internal Revenue ServiceAbout Form 1040-A | Internal Revenue Service
I’m on a H1B visa, single and have been in the U.S. for less than 5 years. Are the forms 1040A and 1040EZ the only ones that I need to fill for my tax return? Should I just use a software like TurboTax or hire an accountant?
It’s tax time.Taxation of immigrants by the United States is significantly affected by the immigration status of such immigrants. Although the immigration laws of the United States refer to aliens as immigrants, nonimmigrants, and undocumented (illegal) aliens, the tax laws of the United States refer only to “resident aliens” and “nonresident aliens”.In general, the controlling principle is that resident aliens are taxed in the same manner as U.S. citizens on their worldwide income, and nonresident aliens are taxed according to special rules contained in certain parts of the Internal Revenue Code.Holders of nonimmigrant visas or temporary visas may or may not have to report income and pay taxes to the United States Government. Holders of nonimmigrant visas only become tax residents if they spend at least 183 days of the current year within the United States. If you have spent more than 183 days of the current year in the U.S., you are considered a “resident alien.”A nonresident alien/nonimmigrant visa holder (with certain narrowly defined exceptions) is subject to federal income tax only on income which is derived from sources within the United States and or income that is effectively connected with a U.S. trade or business.Nonresident aliens who are required to file an income tax return must use:Form 1040NR, U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return or,Form 1040NR-EZ, U.S. Income Tax Return for Certain Nonresident Aliens With No Dependents, if qualified.Resident aliens who are required to file an income tax return must use:Form 1040, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return,Form 1040A, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return, orForm 1040EZ, Income Tax Return for Single and Joint Filers With No Dependents.According to TurboTax, its software does not support the filing of Form 1040NR. However, it has a partnership with Sprintax that does support such filings. I would recommend that you also consult with a certified public accountant because depending on your circumstances, s/he may be able to identify other IRS forms and or deductions that may be applicable to you.For more information on the intersection of US taxation and immigration, go here.For more information on immigration, please visit here.
What is 1040EZ?
1040 EZ is the shortest, most simple tax form. It is for single or married people with no dependents and only the standard deduction. It is a one page, one side form that is extremely easy to complete.
What is form 1040A used for?
What is the difference between 1040NR and 1040A for an international student? Please help!
Can I download tax forms (1099, 1040, 1040EZ and other forms) online? If so what is the link?
I could answer the question but some clever programed at quora has decided that I.R.S.g.o.v should be replaced with An official website of the United States government
What do you consider when you think about "deducting" (the tax you pay) on a new car you purchased when you are doing a 1040 or a 1040EZ form?
First off, I don't think there's anything to think about if filing 1040EZ -- if I remember correctly that form doesn't allow you to take that deduction.With the 1040, the consideration is whether that tax paid, coupled with other deductions that can be taken on Schedule A (Itemized Deductions) is greater than the standard deduction for the filing status you have chosen.
How can I get admitted to MIT?
I admitted the undergraduate students to MIT for 28 years, nearly 10 as Dean of Admissions.  It is very difficult to describe how one gets admitted because it is a subjective process based on a variety of factors.  But let me say that of all the answers below, Anonymous is closest to the truth.  Simply put, you need a 'hook', which means something so special that it is pretty rare.  (A hook is also known in the admissions business as an 'institutional need', something that the schools want but will never tell the public about.  Div 1 athletes, children of major donors or celebrities, best in state, best in nation, academic superstars, someone who is published in a major publication, etc are examples nationally.  MIT has its own institutional needs that their outstanding admissions office works hard to identify and admit.)  Note that this is not just high scores and perfect grades, as most people believe.  It's different.   As Anonymous says, for MIT  be world-class at something (accent on 'world class'), crush school (that's right - crush it, no excuses) and build writing and interpersonal skills so you can communicate effectively with others.  MIT people are action people so the admissions office is looking for people who regularly make things happen for themselves and others with great self-initiative.  A deeper than normal curiosity is critical because that screams MIT.  And a fearlessness is necessary because not only is MIT the most extraordinary university of its kind on Earth, it's also one of the most demanding.  (There's no place to hide in the curriculum there as one can in Ivy schools.)  Each of these attributes must be represented by actual evidence in the case.  But it's the hook that gets one admitted.If I could tell future applicants anything, it is to understand the culture of the individual school and see if you are a match.  For example, MIT is an action place and so is well suited for action-types and not really that suited for intellectual types.  Also, do not pick a college based on ranking.  That's just ignorance.  All ranking systems have been designed to sell products so they are neither neutral authorities nor really true. You must learn about schools yourself in this era of Big Spin.  That takes work. And most importantly, don't take advice about college admissions from anyone who has never admitted for a living.  Your friends and parents know nothing about such an arcane process and do what we all do - make assumptions about how it appears to work and then act on the assumptions they just made up as if they were true (a process I refer to as M.S.U. - making sh*t up).  That never ends well since it isn't based in truth.I hope this helps.
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