Alternative Minimum Tax Income(redirected from AMT Incomes)
Alternative Minimum Tax Income
In the United States, income subject to the alternative minimum tax. It is calculated by adding certain deductions back into a person's adjusted gross income and then subtracting the AMT exemption. The taxpayer pays a percentage of the alternative minimum tax income rather than his/her AGI. See also: Tentative minimum tax, Bracket creep.
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