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Article Date:
May 2012


Word Count:
435

 

 

W-2 Mortgage Loan Officer Avoids AMT with Employee Business Expense Deductions on Schedule C


Dean Cibotti worked as a commission-only mortgage loan officer, for which Liberty Trust Mortgage Inc. paid him as a W-2 employee.

 

Mr. Cibotti noted that the W-2 category caused him to pay the AMT, so he deducted his business expenses on Schedule C.

 

AMT Unfairness

 

To understand how the AMT can work against a mortgage loan officer, imagine that the mortgage loan officer

 

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earns $200,000, and

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incurs $125,000 of business expenses.

 

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