Claire earned a gross income of $65,745 last year. She made $1,344.50 in student loan interest deductions and $2,309.67 in IRA contributions. She also made $2,170.83 in non-reimbursed medical expenses, donated $432.16 to her favorite charity, and paid $861.23 toward her mortgage interest. Claire claims a standard deduction of $11,400 for herself and her non-working spouse. If their exemption is $7,300, what is their taxable income?

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Claire earned a gross income of $65,745 last year. She made $1,344.50 in student loan interest deductions and $2,309.67 in IRA contributions. She also made $2,170.83 in non-reimbursed medical expenses, donated $432.16 to her favorite charity, and paid $861.23 toward her mortgage interest. Claire claims a standard deduction of $11,400 for herself and her non-working spouse. If their exemption is $7,300, what is their taxable income?

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Claire earned a gross income of $65,745 last year. She made $1,344.50 in student loan interest deductions and $2,309.67 in IRA contributions. She also made $2,170.83 in non-reimbursed medical expenses, donated $432.16 to her favorite charity, and paid $861.23 toward her mortgage interest. Claire claims a standard deduction of $11,400 for herself and her non-working spouse. If their exemption is $7,300, what is their taxable income? @Kristen17

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Claire earned a gross income of $65,745 last year. She made $1,344.50 in student loan interest deductions and $2,309.67 in IRA contributions. She also made $2,170.83 in non-reimbursed medical expenses, donated $432.16 to her favorite charity, and paid $861.23 toward her mortgage interest. Claire claims a standard deduction of $11,400 for herself and her non-working spouse. If their exemption is $7,300, what is their taxable income?
thats the question
im so stuck and confused with this question
im not sure if im supposed to only add the 11,400 and 7,300 and then subtract to the income or add the other numbers and then subtract that instead
add then divide 2 see if that works
wait add what? @ZachH54
add 11,400 and 7,300 then divide by 2 and c if tht works
wait why would i divide it by 2? @ZachH54
im looking for the taxable income
wait
what? @ZachH54
4100
that isnt one of the choices @ZachH54 its okay though..ill just guess
thanks though (:
what are the choices?
$39,926.61 $43,390.83 $45,700.50 $51,326.61
yeah sorry idk how they got that at all I added and subrtacted all that needed to be and still didnt get it sorry
neither did I, its so confusing but thanks (: @ZachH54
yeah sorry i couldnt help.
its okay :3 @ZachH54

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