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On April 15, 2017 the Alaska House of Representatives passed House Bill 115 which is endorsed by Governor Walker. Rather than relying on a percentage-of-your-Federal-tax approach as some other states, House Bill 115 establishes an Alaska specific tax code with its own schedule of rates and few deductibles. Charitable contributions, mortgage interest and many other itemized deductions allowed under the Federal tax code, are not recognized in HB115 as legitimate deductions from your taxable earnings. Furthermore, unless you itemize your federal tax deductions, the monies you pay for Alaska Income Tax will also be subject to Federal taxes.
Note: House Bill 115 taxes capital gains, income from trusts and interest from many bonds at varying rates. This tax estimator does not compute tax dues from these sources.
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