Oklahoma Schedule 511-D - Deductions and Exemptions Computation Worksheet Instructions
Complete Schedule 511-D if you have out-of-state income (Form 511, line 4).
If you have income from out-of-state, your exemptions and deductions must be prorated on the ratio of Oklahoma AGI to Federal AGI reduced by allowable adjustments except out-of-state income.
- Enter the Oklahoma standard deduction if you did not claim itemized deductions on your Federal return.
If your filing status is "single" or "married filing separate", your Oklahoma standard deduction is $5,700.
If your filing status is "head of household", your Oklahoma standard deduction is $8,400.
If your filing status is "married filing joint" or "qualifying widow(er)", your Oklahoma standard deduction is $11,400.
Note: You qualify for the Oklahoma standard deduction even when claimed as a dependent on another return.
- If you claimed itemized deductions on your Federal return (Form 1040, Schedule A), enter the amount of your allowable itemized deductions. (Enclose a copy of your Federal Schedule A.)
D2 Exemptions and Dependents
Oklahoma allows $1,000 for each exemption claimed on the top of the return.
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