Julie Anderson is a single parent and lives with her

Julie Anderson is a single parent and lives with her dependent daughter Alice who is 17-years old. Julie is a project manager and her W-2 wage is $75,200. Julie's father passed away on April 14. She inherited cash of $50,000 from her father and his baseball card collection, valued at $2,000. Every year she also receives interest income from a trust fund, which does not invest in municipal bonds or other tax-exempt securities. She took the standard deduction on her 2018 federal tax return.
Her 2019 filing status is head of household. She also has the following items for 2019:
Interest income from the trust fund....... $2,000
Ordinary dividend income.....................................................$500
(All the dividends are qualified for the 15% tax rate)
She also bought 50 shares Apple Inc. stock (AAPL) when the price was $100 per share. AAPL's market closing price for December 2019 is $250 per share.
During the year she went to Vegas and won $ 1,300 in a poker game. However, she lost $2,000 at other casinos. She also provided the following information:
Illinois state income tax refund.............. $ 250
Federal income tax refund.................. $2,400
Child support from her ex-husband........ $6,000
Alimony payment from her ex-husband. Their divorce was finalized on August 15, 2019.....$12,000
During the year she received $4,000 insurance payout from AFLAC due to a temporary disability. She bought the insurance policy herself.
In addition, she also provided the following information:
State income tax withheld from her paycheck...................... .$ 3,200
Federal income tax withheld from her paycheck................... $ 9,000
Social security tax paid as an employee............. $ 5,640
Home mortgage loan interest..................... $ 5,500
Real estate tax on her house..................... $ 4,000
Personal-use car loan interest.................... $ 2,000
She also paid $2,000 of qualified student loan interest.
Ms. Anderson had a medical procedure and incurred qualified medical costs of $30,000. Her health insurance policy pays 80% of the medical cost and Julie paid the remaining 20% out of her own pocket.
Her car was completely damaged in hurricane Hana, a federally declared natural disaster. Before the disaster the car has a fair market value of $12,000. She bought the car for $25,000 when it was new.

1. Form 1040 Line 1 _____ (W-2 wages, enter without comma or $)
2. Taxable interest on 1040 Line 2b _______
3. 1040 Line 3a _______
4. 1040 Line 3b ________
5. Schedule 1, Line 1 Taxable refunds (enter 0 if none) ______
6. Schedule 1, Line 8 Other income (enter 0 if none) ______
7. Schedule 1, Line 20 (Student loan interest) ______
8. Form 1040, Line 8b (Adjusted Gross Income) ______
9. Schedule A LIne 4 (Medical and Dental) ______
10. Schedule A Line 5a (State income tax paid) ______
11. Schedule A Line 5b (Real estate taxes) ____
12. Schedule A Line 7 _______
13. Schedule A LIne 10 (Interest you paid) ____
14. Schedule A Line 15 (Deductible Casualty Loss
15. Schedule-A Line 16 Other Itemized Deductions ____
16. Schedule-A Total Itemized Deductions _____
17. Form 1040 Line 9 (Standard or Itemized Deduction) _____
18. Taxable income _______
19. Total Tax (Form 1040 Line 12a) _______


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