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Arizona WWII Victims (income subtraction)

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Arizona WWII Victims (income subtraction)

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Subtraction for World War II Victims

You may subtract distributions made to you for your persecution or the persecution of your ancestors by Nazi Germany or any other Axis regime for racial, religious or political reasons. If you are the first recipient of such distributions, enter the amount of the distributions that you had to include in your federal adjusted gross income.  You may also subtract items of income that are attributable to, derived from, or related to assets that were stolen or hidden from or lost to you if you were persecuted by Nazi Germany or any other Axis regime for racial, religious, or political reasons before, during or immediately after World War II. If you are the first recipient of such income, enter the amount of income that you had to include in your federal adjusted gross income.

 


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Views: 1219 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Jan 11, 2019
Posted in: States, Arizona

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