A 1040 A form is used by the Internal Revenue Service during tax filing season. It is used to file federal income taxes. It is known as the U.S. individual Income Tax Return form, and it will change from year to year. People who have an income of less than $100,000 and who are using a standard deduction can use this form. Those who are using itemized deductions must use a different form to file income tax.
A 1040 A form is considered to be easy to use, so if you have certain types of complicated miscellaneous income, you will not be able to use this form. Income such as wages, tips, interest, dividend income, capital gains, IRA payments, and unemployment compensation can be included on a 1040 A form. Other taxable income must be reported on a regular 1040 form.
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