Yes, you got it.
We have a joke among us doing taxes for others. The joke is: there is a different MAGI definition for every tax code.
The light green line shows mixes of the S&P 500 and the riskless asset.
ddunca1944 wrote:I'm considering TaxAct after years of using TT. Does TaxAct allow one to save the file as a pdf file?
tommoran2 wrote:For Flagship clients, does the Desktop Download pricing (9.99) allow you to PRINT a final State return which can be filed via paper ?
This was the case LAST year. (The only diff this year is the 9.99 charge as I see it)
rkhusky wrote:Our kids are entering the orthodontia phase, so we signed up for dental insurance last year, since you need 1 year before they will pay out.
Doesn't MAGI add back in contributions to retirement plans?
Muni bond fund interest is tax-exempt, but does it show up under MAGI ?