you would need more than $6,900 of other deductions (unreimbursed medical expenses, charitable contributions, etc.)
I'll be filing jointly next year, but my property taxes, mortgage int., what's left of my student loans, and other deductions may only barely surpass the standard deduction.
quote:During the "interview" process which TurboTax uses, it asks the user questions regarding all of those items you listed.
You might want to give your return a third pass through TurboTax and pay more attention to these items.
quote:I know, but it asks them expecting a "yes" or "no" response. Sometimes the answer is "it depends on the circumstances", and if you do not know when this is the appropriate answer you are at the mercy of the software engineers rather than the accountants who work for Intuit.
During the "interview" process which TurboTax uses, it asks the user questions regarding all of those items you listed.