Itemized Deductions Financial Glossary

What is it? The items that may be subtracted from adjusted gross income in lieu of the standard deduction to reduce taxable income. Examples of itemized deductions include state and local tax payments, gifts to charity, and certain amounts of home mortgage interest.

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