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If in 2017, I paid over $3000 in back taxes for 2015. Will I be able to put this amount on my 2017 taxes? If yes, where?

 
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If in 2017, I paid over $3000 in back taxes for 2015. Will I be able to put this amount on my 2017 taxes? If yes, where?

No, federal income tax paid is never deductible on a federal return.However, if it were state income taxes, you would be able to deduct them. They would go on Sch A.

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If in 2017, I paid over $3000 in back taxes for 2015. Will I be able to put this amount on my 2017 taxes? If yes, where?

No, federal income tax paid is never deductible on a federal return.However, if it were state income taxes, you would be able to deduct them. They would go on Sch A.

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If in 2017, I paid over $3000 in back taxes for 2015. Will I be able to put this amount on my 2017 taxes? If yes, where?

Thanks! What about the additional fees and penalties charged?
New Member

If in 2017, I paid over $3000 in back taxes for 2015. Will I be able to put this amount on my 2017 taxes? If yes, where?

No, sorry.
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If in 2017, I paid over $3000 in back taxes for 2015. Will I be able to put this amount on my 2017 taxes? If yes, where?

No. But some States let you claim Federal taxes paid on the State return.
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If in 2017, I paid over $3000 in back taxes for 2015. Will I be able to put this amount on my 2017 taxes? If yes, where?

Federal income taxes owed and paid for a prior tax year are not reported on nor deductible on a federal tax return.

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