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Use Form 6251 to figure the amount, if any, of your alternative minimum tax (AMT). The AMT applies to taxpayers who have certain types of income that receive favorable treatment, or who qualify for certain deductions, under the tax law.
You can only claim this credit in a year when you don't have to pay AMT. You can't use the credit to reduce your AMT liability in the future. However, AMT credit carryforward is granted for unused portion of the credit to future years.
Exclusion items are only the following AMT adjustments and preferences: certain itemized deductions (including any investment interest expense reported on Schedule E), certain tax-exempt interest, depletion, the section 1202 exclusion, the standard deduction, and any other adjustments related to exclusion items.
Any additional unused credit would be carried forward to future years. As you may have realized, the amount of AMT credit you get back each year is equal to the spread between your regular tax liability and your AMT liability. This spread is driven by a few factors, the most important of which is your income.
Any general business credit not allowed generally may be carried back 2 years and carried forward 20 years.
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(d) Taxable years to which unused credit may be carried. An unused credit is a carryback to each of the 3 taxable years preceding the unused credit year and a carryover to each of the 7 taxable years succeeding the unused credit year. An unused credit must be carried first to the earliest of those 10 taxable years.
You can only claim this credit in a year when you don't have to pay AMT. You can't use the credit to reduce your AMT liability in the future. However, AMT credit carryforward is granted for unused portion of the credit to future years.
The AMT is calculated based on the difference between the fair market value (FMV) of the shares on the date that you exercised the shares and the exercise price. AMT credit can be used to lower your federal income tax bill when the amount you owe on taxes is more than what it would have been under the AMT.
If you have any of these credits, usually from a business entity or an investment, you should analyze Line 2 of Form 6251 to see what you can do to reduce your Tentative Minimum Tax and allow more credits. Any general business credit not allowed generally may be carried back 2 years and carried forward 20 years.
Key Takeaways. Tax preference items are special cases on income received that may be included in the calculation of the alternative minimum tax (AMT). AMT is designed to prevent certain taxpayers from escaping their fair share of tax liability through tax breaks such as with preferential items.

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