Adjusted Gross Income is used in calculating federal taxes. It is what is listed on the bottom of the first page of your federal income tax return. AGI is determined before itemized deductions are taken, but subtracts adjustments, such as certain IRA contributions, from gross income.  
  Income
minus
$  
  Adjustments
equals
$  
  Estimated AGI $  
     
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  Wages/salaries
(net of any pre-tax retirement plan contributions)
  Taxable Interest, dividends, gains (or losses), rents, royalities
  Alimony received
  Taxable distributions
(IRA, pensions, annuities and Social Security)
  Farm income (or loss), unemployment compensation
       
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Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association - College Retirement Equities Fund,
New York, NY 10017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Deductible contributions
(IRA, Keogh, self-employed SEP and SIMPLE )
  Medical savings account, self-employed health insurance deduction
  Alimony paid
  Penalty on early withdrawal of savings, one-half self-employment tax
  Student loan interest deduction, qualified moving expenses
       
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© 2014 and prior years,
Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association - College Retirement Equities Fund,
New York, NY 10017