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Where do I post my property tax and parish tax that I paid for 2022

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Where do I post my property tax and parish tax that I paid for 2022

Go to Federal>Deductions and Credits>Your Home>Property Tax

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CatinaT1
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Where do I post my property tax and parish tax that I paid for 2022

The property tax you paid is an itemized deduction.  

 

You will enter it under the Deductions and Credit section under Property. 

 

You do not need to enter it unless you are over the standard deduction and itemizing your deductions.

 

For 2022 the standard deduction is:  

SINGLE $12,950  (65 or older + $1750)  

MARRIED FILING SEPARATELY $12,950  (65 or older + $1750)  

MARRIED FILING JOINTLY $25,900  (65 or older + $1400 per spouse)  

HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD  $19,400  (65 or older +$1750)  

Legally Blind + $1750  

  

When you enter all your information into TurboTax, it will calculate the best deduction for you - either the standard or itemized deduction. 

  

You may benefit from itemizing your deductions on Schedule A if you: 

  • Do not qualify for the standard deduction, or the amount you can claim is limited, 
  • Had large out-of-pocket medical and dental expenses during the year, 
  • Paid interest and taxes on your home, 
  • Made large contributions to qualified charities, or 
  • Have total itemized deductions that are more than the standard deduction to which you otherwise are entitled. 
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