Are alimony payments deductible on federal income tax?

Answer Alimony (spousal support) payments are tax-deductible for the person who is ordered to make the payments. The spouse receiving the alimony payment must report the payments received as taxable incom... Read More »

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Are Alimony Payments Tax Deductible?

Alimony payments are deductible from taxes. Alimony payments are only deductible on Form 1040 Line 31a; they are not deductible on Form 1040A or Form 1040-EZ. The alimony must be from a divorce or ... Read More »

Where do i mail my estimated federal income tax payments?

The address to send your estimated federal tax income payment voucher depends on your state of residence. Please refer to the list below to find the proper address to send your check or money order... Read More »

Are all donations deductible on federal income taxes?

In order to deduct a donation on federal income taxes, the donation must be made to qualified charitable organization. The donation must be for the organization, not for a specific person. The Inte... Read More »

Is flood insurance deductible on federal income taxes?

Only one type of insurance premium, mortgage insurance, is deductible on your taxes. All other types of home insurance--including flood, fire and title premiums--are not deductible in the same mann... Read More »