Information that is not Reported to the IRS

By | December 17, 2014

Information like wages and interested in reported to the IRS automatically. However, there are many things that are not reported to the IRS. The IRS relies on taxpayers to accurately report the following items listed below:


Information not reported to the IRS

  • Your filing status (Single, Married Filing Joint, Married Filing Separate, Head of Household)
  • Who your dependents are
  • Alimony received
  • Business and / or Farming expenses, cost of goods sold, and inventory.
  • Business and / or Farming income¬†not¬†reported on an information return like Form 1099-MISC
  • Educator expenses
  • Moving Expenses
  • Alimony paid
  • Charitable contributions of cash or goods
  • Property taxes paid
  • State income taxes paid
  • Union Dues
  • Qualified medical expenses paid
  • tax preparation fees paid
  • Unreimbursed employee expenses paid
  • Credit for foreign taxes paid
  • Expenses associated with the Residential Energy credit
  • Expenses associated with the Child and Dependent Care Credit
  • Expenses associated with the Adoption Tax Credit
  • The Individual Shared Responsibility Payment
  • Qualifying children for the Earned Income Credit
  • The Premium Tax Credit