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Qualified Performing Artists (QPA)


The Internal Revenue Code (IRC) allows the deduction of acting-related expenses as an income adjustment (in additional to the standard deduction) for artists with no more than $16,000 in adjusted gross income; at least two W-2s, each paying at least $200, from entertainment-related companies; and performing-related deductions equal to at least 10 percent of your adjusted gross income, to use it in your tax return, please click here.
 
 
Where do I report Self employment Health Insurance Tax Deductions? The Qualified Performing Artists (QPA) tax deduction is really an adjustment to the income and not part of the Standard or Itemized deductions. It is reported on form 1040 line 24.
 
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