- Massachusetts Personal Income Computation of Tax
- Form 1, Line by Line – Tax Year 2014
- Form 1-NR/PY, Line by Line – Tax Year 2014
- Gain or Loss - Definitions and Computation
- Excluded Income, Gross Income, Adjusted Gross Income
- Excluded Income, Federal and Massachusetts
- Massachusetts Gross Income
- Massachusetts Adjusted Gross Income
- Massachusetts Taxable Income
- Nonresident Determination of Income
- Nonresident Massachusetts Gross, Adjusted Gross and Taxable Income; Total Income, Lines 3 and 14f
- Resident Massachusetts Gross, Adjusted Gross and Taxable Income
- Schedule B and D Overview and Computation
- Statute of Limitations
- E-File Information
- Earned Income Credit Thresholds
- Federal U.S. 1040, Adjustments to Gross Income, Line 36, Allowed on Massachusetts Schedule Y, Lines 1-10
- Federal Employer Forms – Including Form W-2; W-2G; 1099G, etc.
- Health Insurance, Penalty for Failure to Purchase - 2014 Penalty Table
- Health Insurance, Penalty for Failure to Purchase - 2014 Federal Poverty Table
- IRA Contributions Annual Maximum Amounts - 1974 through Present
- Interest Income - Qualifying as Massachusetts Bank Interest
- Interest Income Reported but then Deducted on Schedule B or Y
- Interest Income - Federal and Massachusetts Differences Examples
- Interest and Gains on Certain Massachusetts and Federal Bonds (TIR 80-2)
- Interest and Gains on Exempt and Non-Exempt Federal Obligations (TIR 89-8)
- No Tax Status and Limited Income Credit Thresholds
- Other State's Tax Treatment of Out-of-State Employee Contributory Government Pensions
- Personal Exemptions
- Real Estate Tax Credit - Income and Tax Thresholds
- Retirement Plan Contributions and Distributions
- Tax Return to File
- Traditional IRA and Roth IRA - Massachusetts vs. Federal Provisions
- Use Tax, Alternative "Safe Harbor" Method of Filing
- U.S. Tax Treaties, Resident/Nonresident Aliens - Tax Return to File
- W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, Box Item Explanation
- Workplace Retirement Plan Contribution - Maximum Exclusion and Additional Exclusion for Catch-up
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