A 1040 Form is a U.S. Individual Income Tax Return form is used for individuals in filing their annual income tax returns. The 1040 Form is commonly referred to as the “Long Form.” For example, if a taxpayer received dividends that totaled more than $1,500, he or she will need to fill out Schedule B, which is the section for reporting interest and ordinary dividends. There are many variations of the 1040 Form. Taxpayers with limited income or few tax deductions, typically use an easier form called the 1040EZ.
Are you satisfied with your online broker? Fire them and try Scottrade. Act now and get up to $2,000 and 50 free trades.
Why don’t you start a WordPress blog? It’s fun and really easy to do. If you start a blog now, I’ve got a discounted price for you.
Latest posts by Investment Hunting (see all)
- Why You Need to be Playing Financial Offense This Year - January 16, 2017
- VF Corporation Stock Buy – VFC - January 12, 2017
- December Dividend Income and Annual Totals - January 2, 2017