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Are Form 8815 Filing: What You Should Know

Flexible Spending Account (FSA). How an FSA works; includes FSA tax rules and regulations and what FSA restrictions are in place to protect the accounts of tax-saving participants. Gross Income Test for Certain Tax-Sheltered Retirement Accounts. What is the gross income test for certain tax-sheltered retirement accounts; include gross income limits, qualifying withdrawals, and requirements for making contributions. Lifetime Basis and Special Situations in the Social Security Program. Discusses special rules for the Social Security program; includes examples of how special cases are determined in the program. Low-Income Taxpayer Identification Number (LII TN). Learn about LII TN eligibility, how LII TN holders can reduce their income based on their income and where to report income if you have LII TN and are not required to file tax returns. Medical Expenses. How medical expenses report to IRS; includes medical expenses tax tables and regulations, medical claims, medical expenses deduction, and requirements for participating in Medicaid and Medicare. Mortgage Interest Deduction. Learn how mortgages are calculated on income tax returns, including limitations; includes exceptions for loans made over the life of the homeowner or as a down payment on qualifying mortgages. Nuanced Education Tax Credits. Learn about tax credits you can take for elementary and secondary school expenses; includes the education tax credit, work study, and tax credits for child care expenses. Personal Refundable Credit. How the Personal Refundable Credit works; also includes tax credits for child care expenses. Pregnant Women Expungement. Tax rules around the ability of pregnant women to expunge past child support debts from their tax records; also addresses child support debt for fathers of unborn children. Taxpayers Generally Not Eligible for the Children's Health Insurance Fund. Learn about a tax rule that generally exempts individuals from being eligible for the CHIEF; includes the eligibility criteria and guidelines for receiving the benefit; includes other child health benefits. Tax-Sheltered Accounts. Find out about all special rules for some tax-sheltered educational, medical, and life insurance accounts; as well as eligibility requirements and eligibility fees. Treatment of Excess Cash Income When Eligible for the Individual Incentive Tax Credit.

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