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What are adjustments and how do I add them?

What are adjustments and how do I add them?

Adjustments are specific types of expenses that directly reduce your total income, which impacts your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI). Your AGI is calculated by taking your total income that’s subject to income tax and subtracting any eligible adjustments. From there, your AGI can impact the deductions and credits that you’re eligible for.

Adjustments are subject to change each tax year, so be sure to consult a tax professional on which adjustments apply to your situation. Some common adjustments include:

  • Self-employed health premiums

  • Student loan interest

  • Contributions to traditional IRAs

  • Alimony payments (for divorces filed before January 1, 2019)

If you’re a sole proprietor, Found already adjusts your income to count for self-employment tax, so don’t worry about adding that. To add your estimated adjustments, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the Business tab in your Found account.

  2. Tap the Tax Profile option.

  3. Tap Adjustments to enter the amount you will enter on your tax return.

Tap Save to save your changes.

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