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I'm a disabled senior with a small income. In preparing my

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I'm a disabled senior with a small income. In preparing my taxes I owed the small
amount of $251. I completed the Qualified Dividends and Capital Gain Tax Worksheet
and I was taxed at zero. Do I enclose this worksheet for the IRS to view or is their another form I should complete. What do I write on line 44 zero or $251.
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Robin D. replied 7 months ago.


No , the worksheet is not required to be attached to your return. Keep that with your copy for your records.

You can use whichever method gives you the minimum amount of tax so that you don't overpay. Therefore your line 44 figure may differ from the IRS tax table, which only lists tax due amounts for ordinary income.

List the $0 on line 44

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