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Who can fill out IRS Form 1040A?

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Internal Revenue Service Form 1040A can be filed by those who have various sources of income totaling $100,000 or less and are claiming the standard deduction, according to TurboTax. It is a shortened version of the standard Form 1040, but it is longer than Form 1040EZ.

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The IRS Form 1040A allows taxpayers to report wages, salaries and tips, interest and dividend income, capital gains, individual retirement accounts, pension and annuity distributions, unemployment compensation and Social Security benefits. The filing status choices are identical to those on other IRS forms. Itemized deductions are not permitted on Form 1040A, according to TurboTax. Filers can find the detailed requirements for filing Form 1040A on the IRS website.

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