No Tax on Dividends?

Today TaxMama hears from John in the TaxQuips Forum, who lays out his issue.
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(shortened) “I’m amending my 2009 Form 1040 return and have a question about the result I am getting on the Qualified Dividends and Capital Gains Tax Worksheet. Despite having qualified dividends of $45,224, I keep ending up with 0 tax. Can that be right?”

Dear John,

You definitely need to thank the Legislature for the last-minute session where they passed the Extender Bill.

That’s what reinstated that 0% tax on qualified dividends and capital gains for folks in the 15% tax bracket.
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Yes, I think you’re doing it correctly.  Isn’t that terrific?

 You may want to use software to double-check your entries.  But I think you’re going to get the same results!

 What a terrific windfall!

BUT…beware. Your state might not have complied with IRS laws.
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  So be careful when you prepare your state tax return.

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