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Q: What is gross income minus any adjustments deductions and exemptions?
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Gross income minus any adjustments deductions and exemptions is?

taxable income :)


What is the formula for taxable income?

Gross Income - Above the Line Deductions = Adjusted Gross Income - (Deductions +Exemptions)= Taxable Income


What is the formula for calculating taxable income?

Gross Income - Above the Line Deductions = Adjusted Gross Income - (Deductions +Exemptions)= Taxable Income


What is income taxable and how do you find out how much you owe?

Taxable income is described as gross income or adjusted gross income minus any deductions or exemptions. Taxable income can also come from appreciated assets that have been sold or capitalized in that tax year.


What is the difference between gross income and taxable income?

Gross income is the sum of income from all of the revenue generating activities. This does not include any deductions. Taxable income is the gross income and all of the deductions. Taxable income is always lower than gross income because all of the deductions are included.


What do you call income before deductions?

Gross income.


Are Individuals are taxed on the amount of their income after deductions and exemptions are subtracted from gross income.?

The tax comes out with other things in the gross income. In some cases like with a IRA or tax shelter they come out first and then the taxes. In this way the tax is lower because it brings down the gross income.


What is a gross income minus deductions?

It gives net income.


How do you figure out your gross income?

Gross income is all monies earned and received before deductions. ( taxes, EI, Union Dues, etc ) After deductions it is considered Net income.


What is Take home pay is equal to?

gross income - (required deductions + optional deductions)


What is the definition for gross income?

An individual's total personal income before taking taxes or deductions into account is called Gross income.


What is Gross income after certain deductions are calculated is called?

I suspect you're talking about AGI, Adjusted Gross Income.

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