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Why do the organizers still list employee business expenses and itemized miscellaneous deductions when they are no longer deductible?

cynthiacpa
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Why do the organizers still list employee business expenses and itemized miscellaneous deductions when they are no longer deductible?

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IRonMaN
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Just because the feds change their rules, doesn't mean all of the states adopted their ideas.  So what doesn't apply to the federal could still apply to a number of states.

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IRonMaN
Level 15

Just because the feds change their rules, doesn't mean all of the states adopted their ideas.  So what doesn't apply to the federal could still apply to a number of states.

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abctax55
Level 15

86?

Because not ALL states have conformed to TCJA.

(edit...really?  It's up to the 200?)

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IRonMaN
Level 15
You aren't very good with numbers.

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abctax55
Level 15
So I've been told....new forms are tough for me to.  Filing season is gonna' be tough this year.
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cindyrazumich
Level 1
Thanks wasn't thinking about that, as they don't apply in Michigan 🙂
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abctax55
Level 15
YVW and lucky you...CA hasn't (and likely won't) conform so I still get to collect all that info :person_frowning::person_frowning:
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