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Common Tax Deductions, 2024

State of  Income Tax Tax Deductions
Tax Year 2013

income tax deductions are above-the-line expenses that can be deducted from your gross income before you calculate your taxable income.

By carefully choosing your deductions in order to minimize your taxable income, you can ensure that you get the largest possible refund when you file your and Federal income taxes.

does not support all of the deductions that are allowed on your Federal income tax return, so be sure to double-check any deductions or tax credits you want to claim on your return. Some states specifically eliminate deductions to reduce the complexity of their tax system. For more information about the income tax, see the main income tax page.

Income Tax Deductions Table
 has no Single Standard Deduction  has no Couple Standard Deduction

Standard Deduction

Unlike many other states, has no standard deduction. Certain itemized deductions (including property tax, qualified charitable contributions, etc) may be allowed depending on the income level and filing type of the taxpayer. Keep in mind that not all deductions allowed on your federal income tax return are necessarily going to be allowed on your income tax return.

 has no Single Deduction  has no Single Deduction

Personal Exemption

has no personal exemption. The Federal Income Tax, however, does allow a personal exemption to be deducted from your gross income if you are resposnible for supporting yourself financially.

 has no Dependent Deduction

Dependent Deduction

Unlike most states, does not have a dependent deduction. You can, however, claim dependent deductions on your Federal Tax Return.

 does not allow Itemized Deductions

Itemized Deductions

does not allow deductions to be itemized by any taxpayer. While you cannot use any of your Federal itemizations in , there may be state-specific credits or deductions that parallel some of your deferal itemized deductions.

Visit the income tax page for details on 's income tax. If you would like to learn about the income tax in other states, visit our listing of income taxes by state.


  1. Before information on the 2024 income tax deductions are released, provisional 2024 deduction information is based on 's 2023 tax deduction policy.
  2. The 2024 standard deductions, personal exemptions, and dependent deduction amounts are sourced from the .
  3. Information on 's itemized deduction policy is updated from the and the Internal Revenue Service.