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1040 Quickfinder Handbook

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) Coverage Includes:

  • New Rules for Deductions and Exemptions. Provides what you need to comply with the Form 1040 and Schedule A changes for exemptions and standard and itemized deductions, including mortgage interest and state and local tax deduction limits.
  • QBI Deduction. Leads you through the complex calculations required to maximize the Section 199A deduction for Qualified Business Income (QBI), including applying the multiple limitations for different types of businesses.
  • Family Tax Considerations. Explains the Kiddie Tax changes, enhanced child tax credit, and increased limits for contributions to ABLE accounts.

Your trusted 1040 tax book for quick reference tax answers

The 1040 Quickfinder Handbook is your trusted source for quick reference to tax principles that apply when preparing individual income tax returns. It covers all aspects of preparing a Form 1040, including tax law changes and IRS developments, and is presented in a concise, easy-to-use format.

The 1040 book depended on by tax and accounting professionals

With the 1040 Quickfinder Handbook, you’ll be on top of the ever-changing tax rules that apply to your individual client returns. Whether determining how the tax rules apply to a particular transaction or event, or how to report a particular tax item on the return, or simply looking up an amount or rate, the Handbook gets you the accurate answers you need quickly. Here’s what you’ll get with this useful tool: 

  • Material that’s organized in a unique tab structure based on the IRS tax forms and schedules
  • Loads of quick reference tables and charts get you the answers you’re looking for quickly
  • Examples throughout that illustrate how the tax rules apply and how to report items on the return
  • A What’s New tab that summarizes significant current-year tax changes that are addressed throughout the Handbook, so you can quickly get up to speed on what’s changed
  • References throughout the Handbook to relevant Internal Revenue Code sections, IRS regulations and rulings, and court cases so you can dig deeper into a subject if needed

See information above for new edition availability.  To order the current or prior tax year editions, please call us at 800-510-8997.

  • 1040 Quickfinder Handbook 2018
    • 1040 Quickfinder Handbook
    • Tab 1 2018 Tax Table and EIC Table
    • 2018 States Quick Reference
    • Quick Facts, Worksheets, Where to File
    • 2018 Form 1040—Line-By-Line
      • Filing Status
      • Dependents
        • Qualifying Child
      • Children of Divorced or Separated Parents
      • Signatures
      • Form 1040
      • Refund/Amount Owed
      • Schedule 1: Additional Income
      • Schedule 1: Adjustments to Income
      • Schedule 2: Tax
      • Schedule 3: Nonrefundable Credits
      • Schedule 4: Other Taxes
      • Schedule 5: Other Payments and Refundable Credits
      • Schedule 6: Designees
    • Schedule A—Itemized Deductions
      • Medical Deductions
      • Taxes
      • Interest Tracing
      • Investment Interest Expense
      • Interest—Mortgages
      • Points—Mortgages
      • Other Mortgage Interest Deduction Rules
      • Charitable Contributions
      • Casualty Losses
      • Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions
    • Schedule B—Interest and Dividends
      • Interest Income
      • Dividends
      • Foreign Accounts and Trusts
      • Imputed Interest on Below Market Loans
      • U.S. Government Bonds
      • Bond Discount and Premium
    • Schedules C, F and SE
      • Schedule C—Profit/Loss From Business
      • Health Care Costs
      • Business Use of Home
      • Daycare Providers
      • Business vs. Hobby Losses
      • Independent Contractors
      • Starting a Business
      • Net Operating Loss (NOL)
      • Schedule SE— Self-Employment Tax
      • Schedule F—Profit/Loss From Farming
      • Qualified Business Income (QBI) Deduction
    • Schedule D; Form 4797; Sales and Exchanges
      • Schedule D/Form 8949— General Rules
      • Stocks and Other Securities
      • Mutual Funds
      • Employee Stock Options
      • Bad Debts
      • Sales of Business Property
      • Installment Sales
      • Home Ownership
      • Sale of Residence
      • Residence Gain Exclusion
      • Excluding Gain When Home Used for Business or Rental
      • Foreclosures
      • Like-Kind Exchanges
    • Schedule E, Passive Activities, At-Risk
      • Rents and Royalties
      • Renting Out a Home
      • Partners and S Corporation Shareholders
      • Passive Activities
      • Special Passive Loss Rules for Rental Activities
      • At-Risk Rules
    • Form 2106, Business Travel and Meals
      • Business Meals
      • Travel
      • Substantiation Requirements
      • Per Diem Rates
    • Depreciation
      • Depreciation Rules
      • Special (Bonus) Depreciation
      • Alternative Minimum Tax Adjustments
      • Alternative Depreciation System
      • Section 179 Deduction
      • Section 179 Recapture
      • Change of Use of MACRS Property
    • Autos and Listed Property
      • Deducting Vehicle Expenses
      • Depreciating Vehicles
      • Depreciation Recapture
      • Basis—Autos
      • Credits for Plug-In Vehicles
      • Commuting Expenses
      • Listed Property
      • Leased Vehicles
    • Credits, AMT, NIIT and Special Taxpayers
      • Adoption Credit or Benefit Exclusion
      • Child and Dependent Care Credit
      • Child Tax Credit
      • Earned Income Credit
      • Education Tax Credits
      • First-Time Homebuyer Credit
      • Premium Tax Credit
      • Residential Energy Tax Credits
      • Small Employer Health Insurance Credit
      • Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)
      • 3.8% Net Investment Income Tax
      • Household Employers
      • Ministers/Clergy
      • Military Personnel
      • Community Property
      • U.S. Taxpayers Working Abroad
      • Non-U.S. Citizens
      • Oil and Gas Investors
    • Children, Education and Divorce
      • Kiddie Tax
      • Foster Parents
      • Qualified ABLE Programs
      • Custodial Accounts
      • Savings Bonds Interest Exclusion
      • Student Loan Interest Deduction
      • Tuition and Fees Deduction
      • Qualified Tuition (Section 529) Programs
      • Education Savings Accounts
      • Scholarships and Fellowships
      • Divorce
    • Retirement
      • Traditional IRAs
      • Deducting Traditional IRA Contributions
      • Roth IRAs
      • Roth IRA Conversions
      • Rollovers and Transfers
      • Withdrawals and Distributions
        • How Distributions Are Taxed
      • Required Minimum Distributions
      • Reporting Penalty Taxes
      • IRAs at Death
      • Simplified Employee Pensions (SEPs)
      • SIMPLE IRA Plans
      • Qualified Retirement Plans
      • Annuity Distributions
    • Social Security
      • Social Security Benefits
      • Retirement Benefits
      • Disability Benefits
      • Medicare
      • Medigap Insurance
      • Medicaid
      • Supplemental Security Income
    • Estate Planning
      • Quick Facts on Estate Planning
      • Filing Income Tax Returns for Decedent (Form 1040)
      • Estate Distributions and Schedule K-1 (Form 1041)
      • Probate
      • Basis of Inherited Property
      • Joint Ownership
      • Wills
      • Planning for Illness/Disability
      • Estate and Gift Tax
      • Gifts and Gift Tax Returns
      • Charitable Gifts and Bequests
      • Life Insurance
      • Trusts
    • Financial Planning
      • Basics of Financial Planning
      • Investment Planning
      • Mutual Funds
      • Home Mortgages
      • Retirement Planning
      • Insurance Planning
      • Life Insurance
      • Types of Life Insurance Policies
      • Annuities
      • Disability Insurance
      • Long-Term Care Insurance
    • IRS, Penalties, Audits
      • IRS General Information
      • Options for Taxpayers Unable to Pay Tax Due
      • Avoiding IRS Penalties and Interest
      • Underpayment/Estimated Tax Penalty
      • Electronic Filing
      • Extension of Time to File
      • Amended Returns
      • Return Preparers and Representatives
      • Audits and Examinations
      • Collections
      • Offers in Compromise
    • What’s New
      • Tax Legislation
      • Tax Relief for Disaster Victims
    • Tab 18 IRS Circular 230
      • Paragraph 1
      • Subpart A—Rules Governing Authority to Practice
      • Subpart B—Duties and Restrictions Relating to Practice Before the Internal Revenue Service
      • Subpart C—Sanctions for Violation of the Regulations
      • Subpart D—Rules Applicable to Disciplinary Proceedings
      • Subpart E—General Provisions
    • Back Cover
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DESCRIPTION

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) Coverage Includes:

  • New Rules for Deductions and Exemptions. Provides what you need to comply with the Form 1040 and Schedule A changes for exemptions and standard and itemized deductions, including mortgage interest and state and local tax deduction limits.
  • QBI Deduction. Leads you through the complex calculations required to maximize the Section 199A deduction for Qualified Business Income (QBI), including applying the multiple limitations for different types of businesses.
  • Family Tax Considerations. Explains the Kiddie Tax changes, enhanced child tax credit, and increased limits for contributions to ABLE accounts.

Your trusted 1040 tax book for quick reference tax answers

The 1040 Quickfinder Handbook is your trusted source for quick reference to tax principles that apply when preparing individual income tax returns. It covers all aspects of preparing a Form 1040, including tax law changes and IRS developments, and is presented in a concise, easy-to-use format.

The 1040 book depended on by tax and accounting professionals

With the 1040 Quickfinder Handbook, you’ll be on top of the ever-changing tax rules that apply to your individual client returns. Whether determining how the tax rules apply to a particular transaction or event, or how to report a particular tax item on the return, or simply looking up an amount or rate, the Handbook gets you the accurate answers you need quickly. Here’s what you’ll get with this useful tool: 

  • Material that’s organized in a unique tab structure based on the IRS tax forms and schedules
  • Loads of quick reference tables and charts get you the answers you’re looking for quickly
  • Examples throughout that illustrate how the tax rules apply and how to report items on the return
  • A What’s New tab that summarizes significant current-year tax changes that are addressed throughout the Handbook, so you can quickly get up to speed on what’s changed
  • References throughout the Handbook to relevant Internal Revenue Code sections, IRS regulations and rulings, and court cases so you can dig deeper into a subject if needed

See information above for new edition availability.  To order the current or prior tax year editions, please call us at 800-510-8997.

TABLE OF CONTENT

  • 1040 Quickfinder Handbook 2018
    • 1040 Quickfinder Handbook
    • Tab 1 2018 Tax Table and EIC Table
    • 2018 States Quick Reference
    • Quick Facts, Worksheets, Where to File
    • 2018 Form 1040—Line-By-Line
      • Filing Status
      • Dependents
        • Qualifying Child
      • Children of Divorced or Separated Parents
      • Signatures
      • Form 1040
      • Refund/Amount Owed
      • Schedule 1: Additional Income
      • Schedule 1: Adjustments to Income
      • Schedule 2: Tax
      • Schedule 3: Nonrefundable Credits
      • Schedule 4: Other Taxes
      • Schedule 5: Other Payments and Refundable Credits
      • Schedule 6: Designees
    • Schedule A—Itemized Deductions
      • Medical Deductions
      • Taxes
      • Interest Tracing
      • Investment Interest Expense
      • Interest—Mortgages
      • Points—Mortgages
      • Other Mortgage Interest Deduction Rules
      • Charitable Contributions
      • Casualty Losses
      • Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions
    • Schedule B—Interest and Dividends
      • Interest Income
      • Dividends
      • Foreign Accounts and Trusts
      • Imputed Interest on Below Market Loans
      • U.S. Government Bonds
      • Bond Discount and Premium
    • Schedules C, F and SE
      • Schedule C—Profit/Loss From Business
      • Health Care Costs
      • Business Use of Home
      • Daycare Providers
      • Business vs. Hobby Losses
      • Independent Contractors
      • Starting a Business
      • Net Operating Loss (NOL)
      • Schedule SE— Self-Employment Tax
      • Schedule F—Profit/Loss From Farming
      • Qualified Business Income (QBI) Deduction
    • Schedule D; Form 4797; Sales and Exchanges
      • Schedule D/Form 8949— General Rules
      • Stocks and Other Securities
      • Mutual Funds
      • Employee Stock Options
      • Bad Debts
      • Sales of Business Property
      • Installment Sales
      • Home Ownership
      • Sale of Residence
      • Residence Gain Exclusion
      • Excluding Gain When Home Used for Business or Rental
      • Foreclosures
      • Like-Kind Exchanges
    • Schedule E, Passive Activities, At-Risk
      • Rents and Royalties
      • Renting Out a Home
      • Partners and S Corporation Shareholders
      • Passive Activities
      • Special Passive Loss Rules for Rental Activities
      • At-Risk Rules
    • Form 2106, Business Travel and Meals
      • Business Meals
      • Travel
      • Substantiation Requirements
      • Per Diem Rates
    • Depreciation
      • Depreciation Rules
      • Special (Bonus) Depreciation
      • Alternative Minimum Tax Adjustments
      • Alternative Depreciation System
      • Section 179 Deduction
      • Section 179 Recapture
      • Change of Use of MACRS Property
    • Autos and Listed Property
      • Deducting Vehicle Expenses
      • Depreciating Vehicles
      • Depreciation Recapture
      • Basis—Autos
      • Credits for Plug-In Vehicles
      • Commuting Expenses
      • Listed Property
      • Leased Vehicles
    • Credits, AMT, NIIT and Special Taxpayers
      • Adoption Credit or Benefit Exclusion
      • Child and Dependent Care Credit
      • Child Tax Credit
      • Earned Income Credit
      • Education Tax Credits
      • First-Time Homebuyer Credit
      • Premium Tax Credit
      • Residential Energy Tax Credits
      • Small Employer Health Insurance Credit
      • Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)
      • 3.8% Net Investment Income Tax
      • Household Employers
      • Ministers/Clergy
      • Military Personnel
      • Community Property
      • U.S. Taxpayers Working Abroad
      • Non-U.S. Citizens
      • Oil and Gas Investors
    • Children, Education and Divorce
      • Kiddie Tax
      • Foster Parents
      • Qualified ABLE Programs
      • Custodial Accounts
      • Savings Bonds Interest Exclusion
      • Student Loan Interest Deduction
      • Tuition and Fees Deduction
      • Qualified Tuition (Section 529) Programs
      • Education Savings Accounts
      • Scholarships and Fellowships
      • Divorce
    • Retirement
      • Traditional IRAs
      • Deducting Traditional IRA Contributions
      • Roth IRAs
      • Roth IRA Conversions
      • Rollovers and Transfers
      • Withdrawals and Distributions
        • How Distributions Are Taxed
      • Required Minimum Distributions
      • Reporting Penalty Taxes
      • IRAs at Death
      • Simplified Employee Pensions (SEPs)
      • SIMPLE IRA Plans
      • Qualified Retirement Plans
      • Annuity Distributions
    • Social Security
      • Social Security Benefits
      • Retirement Benefits
      • Disability Benefits
      • Medicare
      • Medigap Insurance
      • Medicaid
      • Supplemental Security Income
    • Estate Planning
      • Quick Facts on Estate Planning
      • Filing Income Tax Returns for Decedent (Form 1040)
      • Estate Distributions and Schedule K-1 (Form 1041)
      • Probate
      • Basis of Inherited Property
      • Joint Ownership
      • Wills
      • Planning for Illness/Disability
      • Estate and Gift Tax
      • Gifts and Gift Tax Returns
      • Charitable Gifts and Bequests
      • Life Insurance
      • Trusts
    • Financial Planning
      • Basics of Financial Planning
      • Investment Planning
      • Mutual Funds
      • Home Mortgages
      • Retirement Planning
      • Insurance Planning
      • Life Insurance
      • Types of Life Insurance Policies
      • Annuities
      • Disability Insurance
      • Long-Term Care Insurance
    • IRS, Penalties, Audits
      • IRS General Information
      • Options for Taxpayers Unable to Pay Tax Due
      • Avoiding IRS Penalties and Interest
      • Underpayment/Estimated Tax Penalty
      • Electronic Filing
      • Extension of Time to File
      • Amended Returns
      • Return Preparers and Representatives
      • Audits and Examinations
      • Collections
      • Offers in Compromise
    • What’s New
      • Tax Legislation
      • Tax Relief for Disaster Victims
    • Tab 18 IRS Circular 230
      • Paragraph 1
      • Subpart A—Rules Governing Authority to Practice
      • Subpart B—Duties and Restrictions Relating to Practice Before the Internal Revenue Service
      • Subpart C—Sanctions for Violation of the Regulations
      • Subpart D—Rules Applicable to Disciplinary Proceedings
      • Subpart E—General Provisions
    • Back Cover

RELATED RESOURCES

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  • Thomson Reuters Proview Brochure View
  • 1040 Quickfinder Handbook ProView Preview View