How to Calculate The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)

Tax season is over, but if you had to pay the federal Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT), there may still be work to do.

Essentially, the AMT is a separate federal income tax system with its own tax rates, and its own set of rules governing the recognition and timing of income and expenses. In our previous video tutorial, we described more about what the AMT is and how it impacts the R&D Tax Credit.

Now, our latest tutorial outlines how to calculate the AMT. Watch the video on YouTube at: 

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