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Orange arrow Minnesota Campaign Fund

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  If you want $5 to go to help candidates for state office pay campaign expenses, enter the code number for the party of your choice where indicated. If you choose the general campaign fund, the $5 will be distributed among candidates of all major parties listed on the return. If you are fi ling a jo...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Payment Options

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  Pay Electronically You can pay your tax electronically— even if you file a paper return—using the department’s system. There is no charge to you for using this service. To pay electronically: • go to www.revenue.state.mn.us, and click “Make a payment” from the ...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Credit for Long-Term Care Insurance Premiums

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  Credit for Long-Term Care Insurance Premiums Paid If you (or your spouse, if filing a joint return) paid premiums in 2014 for a qualified long-term care insurance policy, complete this schedule to determine the amount, if any, you can subtract from your tax when you file Form M1. To qualify fo...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Refund of Campaign Contributions

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  ​Due to a recent law change, Minnesota’s political contribution refund program has been suspended as of July 1, 2015. Can I get a refund for contributions made on or before June 30, 2015? Yes. You can apply for a refund for political contributions you made from January 1 to June 30, 2015. C...
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Orange arrow Minnesota K-12 Education Credit (Schedule M1ED)

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  Who is Eligible? You may be able to receive a credit if you paid certain types of education-related expenses in 2014 for qualifying children in grades kindergarten through 12 (K–12). Read the eligibility requirements in the Form M1 instructions to determine if you qualify. Expenses that can...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Education Credit Income

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  You may receive a credit if you paid education-related expenses in 2014 for your qualifying children in grades kindergarten through 12 (K–12). See qualifying expenses on page 13. Married persons filing separate returns cannot claim this credit. To qualify, your household income— which...
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Orange arrow Minnesota K-12 Education Credit Expenses Entry

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  In general, education expenses that qualify for either the K–12 education subtraction on line 17 of Schedule M1M or the credit on line 26 of Form M1 include: • instructor fees and tuition for classes or lessons taken outside the regular school day if the instructor is not the child&rsq...
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Orange arrow Montana Partial Retirement Disability Income Exemption for Taxpayers Under Age 65

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  You can qualify for a partial retirement disability income exclusion of up to $5,200 if you are: ● under the age of 65 ● retired as permanent and totally disabled, and ● not treating your disability income as a pension and annuity. You are permanently and totally disabled if you are unable to...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Age 65 or Older/Disabled Subtraction

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  Eligibility requirements: To qualify for this subtraction, you (or your spouse if filing a joint return) must meet the age and disability requirements and the income requirements provided below. If you are married and filing separate federal income tax returns, you are not eligible unless you and...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Payment Options

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  Pay ElectronicallyYou can use OLTPRO to set up a direct debit for the taxpayer. The taxpayer can also pay their tax electronically even if you file a paper return—using the department’s system. There is no charge to you for using this service. To pay electronically: • go to www.re...
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Orange arrow Minnesota State Elections Campaign Fund

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  If you want $5 to go to help candidates for state offi ce pay campaign expenses, enter the code number for the party of your choice where indicated. If you choose the general campaign fund, the $5 will be distributed among candidates of all major parties listed on the return. If you are fi ling a j...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Credit for Long-Term Care Insurance Premiums

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  You may claim this tax credit if you purchase insurance to provide long-term care coverage for yourself or your spouse, such as nursing home coverage. To be eligible for the Long-Term Care Insurance Credit, both of the following must be true: The policy you purchased qualifies as a federal dedu...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Age 65 or Older/Disabled Subtraction

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  If you are age 65 or older, or have a permanent and total disability, you may be eligible for a subtraction that lowers the amount of income that is taxed by Minnesota. Married couples who file a joint return may claim the subtraction if one spouse meets the requirements. However, if you are ma...
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Orange arrow Minnesota Refund of Campaign Contributions

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  Your political contributions may qualify for a refund. The law allows you to request a Political Contribution Refund if you contribute money to qualified: candidates for the Minnesota Legislature; candidates for Minnesota governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general candidates for...
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Orange arrow Minnesota K-12 Education Credit (Schedule M1ED)

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  You may receive a credit if you paid education-related expenses in 2014 for your qualifying children in grades kindergarten through 12 (K–12). See qualifying expenses on page 13. Married persons fi ling separate returns cannot claim this credit. To qualify, your household income— which ...
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