The AMT is essentially a separate federal income tax system with its own tax rates, and its own set of rules governing the recognition and timing of income and expenses. If you’re subject to the AMT, you have to calculate your taxes twice — once under the regular tax system and again under the AMT system. Click here to learn more about the AMT and how to know if you are subject to the AMT.
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