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eddy-bernie
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Hi, my 1040A from 2015 only lists figures to the dollar amount. Cents are not listed on the form. Will this create a problem if I'm using my 2015 1040A to determine if certain income from that return is taxable?

 
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CherylW
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Hi, my 1040A from 2015 only lists figures to the dollar amount. Cents are not listed on the form. Will this create a problem if I'm using my 2015 1040A to determine if certain income from that return is taxable?

No, The IRS allows rounding of cents to dollars.

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CherylW
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Hi, my 1040A from 2015 only lists figures to the dollar amount. Cents are not listed on the form. Will this create a problem if I'm using my 2015 1040A to determine if certain income from that return is taxable?

No, The IRS allows rounding of cents to dollars.

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