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Old 02-13-2018, 02:23 PM
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Default How has the Alternative Minimum Taxable Income Calculation changed under the new laws

How has the Alternative Minimum Taxable Income Calculation changed under the new laws?

Or at least where to go / what to read in order to find out? (Short of actually reading the legislation.)

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Whatever the change is, it’s not on the syllabus, so I don’t think we’re responsible for it. I wouldn’t waste the time and risk possible confusion learning the change.
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Whatever the change is, it’s not on the syllabus, so I don’t think we’re responsible for it. I wouldn’t waste the time and risk possible confusion learning the change.


If you're asking for your own personal knowledge, I'm sure the answer is out there somewhere.

If your asking for the exam, I agree with Gene that it's not on the syllabus. Additionally, this exam was likely written and compiled before the new law was passed.
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Thanks Gene and Marcie!

Just to be perfectly clear - the "old" AMT formulation is still on the syllabus correct?
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