Adjusted gross income
The sum of all of your sources of taxable income, as defined by the US Internal Revenue Service, minus certain deductions allowed for (HSA) An account that helps fund your share of medical expenses if you have a high-deductible health insurance plan (as defined by the IRS). You can contribute money to the account without paying taxe... More contributions, retirement savings plan contributions, medical expenses, some tuition expenses and student loan A charge for borrowing money, most often based on a percentage of the amount owed. More, among others.
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