What would you like to do?
Answer Officially: A person, other than the taxpayer or the taxpayer's spouse, for whom an exemption can be claimed. To be your dependent, a person must be your …qualifying child or qualifying relative. For more information, see Exemptions for Dependents in Publication 501. And I'll try to post a link to the Publication
What is the maximum income an adult child can earn and still be taken as a dependent on a federal income tax return?
Answer . For 2007, the child cannot have gross income of over $3,400.
If you owe back taxes, or owe the social security, have a judgment aginest you the taxes can be garnished.
No. The even then fairly short lived income averaging went out about 15 years ago. One year, same year now. (Except for some farmers...who can still get income avera…ging).
No, you do not have to, but you might be eligible for Earned Income Credit, which would mean that you would get money for filing.
Income averaging was repealed in 1986 for all but farmers and fishermen, plus a specific type for lump sum distributions.
2 You can claim more than 2, it depends how many actual dependents you have living in the household. The term "dependent" means: * A qualifying child, or * A …qualifying relative. You can claim an exemption for a qualifying child or qualifying relative only if these three tests are met. # Dependent taxpayer test. # Joint return test. # Citizen or resident test.
What is the maximum income a full time student can earn and still be taken as a dependent on a federal income tax return?
If the student is under 24 at the end of the year or is totally and permanently disabled, there is no limit. But the student must not provide more than half of his/her own sup…port. Money deposited in a savings account (for example) does not count as support. Otherwise, the student's gross income cannot exceed $3500 and the taxpayer claiming the student on their return must provide at least half of the student's support.
No...ended like 15-20 yeas ago
Individual income tax returns must by postmarked by April 15. If April 15 is a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, then the next day that is not a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday.
You filed your 2006 federal income tax return in April 2010 Will the IRS still pay you your refund after 4 years?
Yes if this was Before April 15, 2010. Three year from the due date of the 2006 income tax return which was due by April 15 2007. After April 15 2010 any refund that may have …been due you was no longer available to you after that date.
How long it will take to fill out a Federal Tax Return will vary greatly, depending on how many sources of income one has, how many deductions or tax credits one is taking, et…c. A person who is competent in math and whose only income is from employment (who receives a W-2) and does not itemize deductions can usually fill out a 1040-EZ, which would likely take them less than an hour. A person who owns their own business could take several days to fill out a tax return (and would likely hire an account or other tax professional to help them file).
This comes from paying taxes on paychecks. There is a certain percentage that people usually receieve back from what they paid in. Sometimes people who make more money will ha…ve to pay in even more.
$9,000 + $3,000 = $12,000