What is form 2106?

We apply essentially the same guidelines to 2106 expenses as does the federal government. Expenses must be carried forward to Schedule A, reduced by the 2% Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) floor. We allow the deduction of Employee Business Expenses as reportable on the taxpayer's form 2106, subject to audit and approval by the Income Tax Division.
For verification it is necessary that a copy of the Schedule A, and a detail statement of any Line 4 deduction, "Business Expenses not included on lines 1 through 3," also must be submitted. Please note: other miscellaneous deductions shown directly on Schedule A are not deductible on Canton's tax return. 

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1. How do I handle the 07/01/18 tax rate increase for withholding purposes?
2. What is form 2106?
3. What are Estimated Quarterly Returns?
4. How do I handle stock options?
5. How do I handle Early Retirement - Separation Payouts?
6. How do I handle Lump Sum Distributions?
7. How do I submit Federal Schedules?
8. What if I do not include a payment with my return?
9. What are "Qualifying Wages"?
10. What is witholding?
11. What are extensions?
12. What is the City of Canton Income Tax Rate and what type of Income is taxable?
13. What if I reside in Canton and work in an area with no municipal tax. How often must I file with Canton?
14. Is there an age limit for individuals subject to Canton Income Tax?
15. I am over 65. I am retired. My only income is from Social Security, company pension, interest, and dividends. Am I required to file a City of Canton Income Tax Return?
16. If an individual files late, is there a penalty?
17. Can I receive assistance in preparing my City of Canton Income Tax Return?
18. Can I obtain a copy of the City of Canton Income Tax Ordinance?
19. What is an Independent contactor?
20. What must I do if I am a contractor?
21. What do I do with a 1099?
22. Do I live in the City of Canton?