Actually there is not an additional exemption
The is, however, an increased standard deduction
For 2012 that number, given the number in the box is one ... is 7100
Here's the IRS guidance: http://www.irs.gov/publications/p501/ar02.html#en_US_2012_publink1000289305
Hope this helps
I still don't see you coming into the chat, so I'll move us to the "Question and Answer" mode ... Maybe that will help ... (We can still continue a dialogue there, just not in real-time chat as we can here)
Let me know if you have questions
It now looks as if you've stepped into the chat but back out again..... I'll give it a few
I am trying to address my tax concerns. While I asked you of the proper amounts to be inserted onto my tax form copy, so that I could check any error I was preparing another question relative to a late payment. I was typing up a followup as I awaited your response. Thanks for your waiting as I am not a good typist
Late Payment Charge. Envelope forwarded to my temporary address unopened without any Postal notation such as wrong address and not supplying the necessary postage.
1. Saw Postal supervisor of Milford,PA. station who without any comments said he would handle this mailing. No receipt given.
2. Unopened envelope with a payment and a tax form dated 4/10/13.
3. Can obtain a copy of my bank payment check dated 4/10/ 13
How would you advise me to respond to this IRS notice?