I am sorry, but I doubt information about tax forms will survive on Wikipedia. Wikipedia is not a manual or guidebook. Please see: WP:NOTGUIDE
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You need to disclose articles you edit for money...
...especially if you're going to tag-team edit articles with another paid editor on behalf of the person who's paying you, as you have done with Form 1040. Also, stop giving out tax advice; it's against WP:NOTHOWTO, and unless you're a paid tax preparer or CPA, you shouldn't be doing that per Circular 230. When you tell people what they can deduct on a form, that's tax advice. MSJapan (talk) 23:08, 31 July 2016 (UTC)