To the extent included in federal adjusted gross income, the following subtractions are allowed on the Virginia return. No amount previously excluded from FAGI can be claimed as a subtraction in computing Virginia taxable income. The same income may not be included in more than one subtraction.
Special instructions for members of the military Virginia law provides 3 subtractions for military servicemembers.
•military pay and allowances earned while serving in a combat zone or qualified hazardous duty area (Va. Code § 58.1-322 C 21);
•military basic pay for personnel on extended active duty for periods in excess of 90 consecutive days (Va. Code § 58.1-322 C 23); and
•wages or salaries received for active and inactive service in the National Guard of the Commonwealth (Va. Code § 58.1-322 C 11).
Servicemembers may be eligible for more than one subtraction, but the same income may not be included in more than one subtraction. For example, a servicemember may not deduct the same income for both the military basic pay subtraction and the National Guard subtraction.
Obligations of the U.S.
Enter the amount of any income (interest, dividends and gain) from obligations of the U.S. that are included in your federal adjusted gross income, but are exempt from Virginia state tax.
Income from obligations issued by the following organizations IS NOT taxable in Virginia: Tennessee Valley Authority, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; Federal Home Loan Bank; Federal Intermediate Credit Bank; Governments of Guam, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands; U.S. Treasury bills, notes, bonds and savings bonds; Federal Land Bank; Federal Reserve Stock; Farm Credit Bank; Export-Import Bank of the U.S.; U.S. Postal Service; and Resolution Trust Corporation.
Income from obligations issued by the following organizations IS taxable in Virginia: Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Federal National Mortgage Association, Government National Mortgage Association, Inter-American Development Bank, and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Enter the amount of disability income reported as wages (or payments in lieu of wages) on your federal return for permanent and total disability. On joint returns, each spouse can qualify for the deduction. Individuals can subtract up to $20,000 of disability income, as defined under IRC § 22(c)(2)(b)(iii).
Enter YOUR subtraction on Line 5a and your SPOUSE’S subtraction on Line 5b.
A taxpayer cannot claim an age deduction on Line 4 of Form 760 and a subtraction for disability income. Claim the one that benefits you the most. For married taxpayers filing a joint return, each taxpayer may claim, if applicable, an age deduction or a subtraction for disability income.