How to Claim a Church Deduction for Federal Taxes?

Answer The Internal Revenue Service allows an individual or business to claim federal tax deductions made to a church or other qualified charitable organization. A contribution can be in the form of money... Read More »

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How long can you claim a child as a deduction on taxes?

You can claim your child on as a dependent on your tax return as long as the child is under 19 at the end of the tax year. If the child is under 24, you can still claim him if he us a full-time stu... Read More »

Can I claim Utah state UESP as a deduction for taxes?

On One Hand: Most Likely You Can.You can claim a state income tax deduction for contributions to a Utah Educational Savings Plan (UESP), according to the UESP website. Single filers can claim 5 per... Read More »

What is the standard deduction on federal income taxes?

Standard deductions on federal income taxes are based upon an individual's filing status--single, widower with dependent child, married filing jointly, married filing separately or head of househol... Read More »

How to Claim Church Offerings on Your Taxes?

Contributions to qualified charitable organizations are deductible on your federal income tax return. Religious groups such as churches are considered qualified charitable organizations. Claim chu... Read More »