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Over the last few months I’ve been posting excerpts from a presentation I give about the “married filing separately” filing status on Iowa tax returns.

We’ve reached the end of this series, and the parts are scattered across multiple months, so I am pulling together each post, with links, below.

  1. Introduction
  2. Issues 1, 2 and 3: Items of Income, And Other Basics
  3. Issues 4 and 5: Capital Losses, IRA Deductions
  4. Issue 6: Health Insurance Deduction
  5. Issue 7: Pension Exclusion
  6. Issues 8, 9 and 10: Moving Expenses, Student Loan Interest, Deductions Relating to a Dependent
  7. Issues 11 and 12: Filing Requirements, Federal Tax Refunds
  8. Issue 13: Deduction for Federal Taxes
  9. Issues 14 and 15: Itemized Deductions, Tax Credits

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