24. Total Itemized Deductions. (Obj. 7 and 8) a. Brian Pido (SSN 476-93-3477) is 42 years old and files his tax return as a single taxpaye Brian's AGI is $173,702, including $15,000 of taxable interest. Brian has the following itemized deductions for 2018. Compute Brian's total itemized deductions and complete his Schedule A. Amount paid to the state with 2017 income tax return $ 425 Charitable contributions 5,000 Investment interest expense 12,000 Mortgage interest 11,880 Real estate taxes 6,898 State and local income taxes withheld from wages 3,583 Unreimbursed medical 3,200 b. Same as in Part a., except that Brian's AGI is $273,702 (instead of $173,702). C. Randy (SSN 937-46-8266) and Misty Moore file a joint tax return. Randy and Misty are ages 39 and 40, respectively. Their AGI for 2018 is $184,583, including $1,800 of taxable interest income. They report the following itemized deductions for 2018. Compute the Moores' total itemized deductions and complete their Schedule A. $ Amount paid to the state with 2017 income tax return Charitable contributions Investment interest expense Mortgage interest Real estate taxes State and local income taxes withheld from wages Unreimbursed medical 888 13,540 2,600 17,559 4,582 6,682 20,414 d. Same as in Part C., except that the Moores' AGI is $384,583 (instead of $184,583).
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