Make less than $400,000? New limits on deductions could raise taxes for anyone making more than $250,000, twice the number affected by the new rates for top earners.
The threshold for deducting medical expenses from your taxes is rising to 10% of income. Should you accelerate some payments?
The deduction rate for business travel will rise to 56 cents a mile, and the rate for medical travel and moving will rise to 24 cents. The charity rate will not rise.
A number of measures that cut taxes for individuals and businesses have already ended this year. Those include relief from the AMT and sales tax deductions.
Exactly what proof you need to document and deduct your generosity varies by type of donation. Get the receipts even if you don't plan to itemize.
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