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Tax Refunds

Parent Category: Income Taxes
Tax refunds refer to the amount returned to the taxpayer after the taxing authority determines that the actual tax paid is greater than the tax liability. Taxpayers can usually avail of the refund at the end of every financial year.
You can get a tax refund (I think that's what you meant) if you  paid more taxes in than you owed. So, if you had no income, you  would owe no taxes and should get anything back you paid in. Of  course, if you had no income, how did you pay taxes?
i know one maybe. it might be Fabianne Therese.
Yes. It's up to you to keep up with your companies changing  policies as long as they are paying you.
The simple answer is yes. There may be cases or circumstances where you do not have too, but you will need to contact an accountant or tax professional regarding yours. Remember, no one ends up in hot water for overpaying taxes
Of course! Any income regardless of where it came from, is taxable income. Period.
Most likely. Just about every state will intercept federal and state income tax refunds for child support arrears.
Yes you can if you itemize your deductions. Union dues are  deductible as a Job Expense which is located on Schedule A of the  Form 1040 of your Federal Income Tax Return.
I assume you are talking about your Federal Refund and not a  state. It will depend on how you filed your return. The quickest by  far is through electronic filing. An electronically filed tax  return will allow you to receive your refund within 21 days  according to the IRS. The real answer is...
You would normally receive a notice from the financial management  service (FMS) advising you of your refund garnishment.
This depends on your filing status and number of dependents. Sorry  I couldn't give you an answer but I would need this information to  give you a correct figure.
You need to contact the agency that seized you refund. In most  states, this is called child support enforcement or something  similar. You need to review your account and confirm that there are  no mistakes in their records.   If they've gone far enough to seize a tax refund, it is likely...
One thing has nothing to do with the other. You will need to see if  a stimulus payment was available for the tax year 2009. You cannot  receive the 2008 payment just because it was applied to your past  debts. If you still owe debt for unpaid taxes though your 2009 and  future refunds may be...
iys been about four weeks and i still havent got my refund
The will be different for each individual store as they are  probably individually owned and operated. You will need to check  with the store that you are going to go into.
If you made 67 dollars, what kind of tax refund do you think you  might be entitled to receive. If you had a small amount of federal  or state tax withheld, you may file to get this back, but that is  the only tax refund you will receive. You probably did not have any  taxes withheld on $67.
There is no exact date for either the State or Federal Income tax  refund to get to you. If you file electronically, they will usually  get to you at about the same time but there will not be a  significant difference.
The Emerald Card can be tied to a bank account if you like so that  you can move money from your bank account into the Emerald Card  account. This would allow you access to withdraw funds using the  Emerald Card. Some people also use the Emerald Card as a bank  account and receive their payroll,...
I don't know of a phone number that you can call to see if your tax  refund will be taken or partially taken for debts such as you  mentioned here. The IRS is not the agency that handles this action,  it is the Department of the Treasury, but a different department  with the Treasury Department....
Be sad and that's about it. Your question doesn't say whether not  you knew about the debt, so I assume you knew it and agreed with  it. If so, there is not much to say except the refund will decrease  if not payoff the entire amount.
This depends on what kind of Federal money are you talking about.  If you are due a tax refund, the answer is yes this will be applied  to back taxes you may owe. If you are referring to some other type  of payment, please specify and ask again.
If you got a tax refund and received another w2 after you filed,  you will have to file an amendment to your tax return for the year  that the W-2 Form was for in order to correct your return. You may  get an additional refund when you file your amendment or you may  owe additional tax from the...
If you itemize on your tax return then yes you can file expenses on  your tax return. You can only list the amount that you pay out of  pocket after reimbursement from insurance companies. Also, you must  exceed the threshold of 10% if you are under 65 and 7.5% if you are  65 or older.
How can you file and receive unemployment from a state that is not  where you reside? The answer is going to depend on what state is  listed on your W-2 form in the state section at the bottom. This  will tell where the income is deemed to be earned. You will need to  file a return for every...
Absolutely. If you owe any government agency they will put a lien  on your tax refund and it will be taken and applied to your debt.  After this you will receive a letter showing the amount take and to  whom it was sent. You probably will get a letter from the agency  that you owe showing...
No. You only need to file a state return in states where you have earned income as designated on your W-2 form or where you had self-employed income. Now, realize that you cannot recoup real estate taxes but can use them as a deduction on your federal income tax return without regard to which state...
If SSI is the only income that you and your spouse, if married,  receive then you will not be required to file an income tax return  for the Federal Government.
In 2009 it was shown as a credit instead of as income.
They will probably send you a letter as soon as the refund is  turned over to them. Their letter will show what amount was applied  to your balance and the new balance due if any. If you still owe  them money after this refund is applied them you can bet that they  will take at least part of...
This will completely depend on how you filled out your W-4 form at  your employer as well as the frequency of your pay and how much  each check is for.
Forgery by definition is illegal. You would need power of attorney to sign for your spouse in most jurisdictions. The fact that you refer to it as forgery implies that it is.
If they have is listed as in default, they will take it and apply  it to catch up your loan payments. I had a couple of people this  year who said theirs was on deferment but they still took the  refund, then others they didn't.
There is no age limit on the requirement to file and income tax  return. As long as you have more income than the filing threshold,  you will be required to file a return, no matter what your age.
Yes you can if you have worked for the same employer for four months. Go to ato.gov.au for your tax back pack.
I don't know when you asked this question, but apparently it's been  a while. The answer is that employer's should mail out W-2 forms by  the last day of January. That is the last day that they should mail  it then however long it takes your to receive it in the mail.
IF you are married, the only legal way to file is Married Filing  Joint, and Married Filing Separately. Depending your two incomes,  most of the time it is much better for you to file Married Filing  Joint. Married Filing Separately disallows any tax credits that you  may be eligible to take and...
He is not required to file a return at that income level but if any  taxes were withheld, he should file so that the gets a refund of  the taxes he paid in for federal and state withholding.
In some cases, yes. If the hospital is affiliated with the federal government (ie, a VA facility) your federal tax refund may be offset for any outstanding medical debt. In some states, a state or county owned facility may offset refunds issued from state tax returns. Also money owed on state run...
Your child's name and social security number will be listed under  the dependents section of the return. Also, your return will have  to be a form 1040 or 1040A.
If you are being claimed as a dependent on your parents or anyone  else's return then you will have to file a tax return. If not then  no you don't have to file a return.
Yes, if you already have a payment arrangement with the IRS but  have a refund due, they will take the refund. If you have a balance  due, they will apply your tax refund to this balance.
Nope, its been 8 days and it says its supposed to be deposited.....still waiting.
Making Work Pay Credit and Government Retiree Credits Use Schedule M to figure the following credits. * Making work pay credit. * Government retiree credit. The credits may give you a refund even if you do not owe tax. Go to the IRS gov website and use the search box for 2009 Instructions for...
A friend of mine filed through Turbo Tax efile and the IRS website said she'd receive it on 2/2/10. She actually received it on 1/30/10. Check the website again every few days for updated info.
only if you itemize. Missour will send a 1099 in January
can i abtain a work history through irs for a deseased parent
Any dependents? If so, what are their ages? Lots more info to  answer your question. Sorry.
Yes, they will. If the amount you are getting back is more than the amount you owe, they will seize the entire refund. It's happened to me twice. I am currently up to date and have almost paid of the amount I owed, but they will take it if you have back child support payments. Fathers get their...
Usually the custodial parent when all of the other rules are met by each name on the tax return. Go to the IRS gov web site and use the search box for Publication 17 go to chapter 3 Qualifying Child
No, if you made nothing in the year.   If you are self-employed and have filed in previous years, then you also need to file for the prior taxable year. There is big difference between money earned and what is considered a profit in self-employment.
Maybe never. Our politicians are crooks and the state is broke.....
I have never seen a case where a private company of any kind can  put a lien on someone's Federal Income Tax Refund? Usually the only  groups that can put lien on a Tax Refund would be a government  related debt like state or city taxes, student loan debt, food  stamp or social security...
Yes there was a stimulus payment for the 2009 income tax return.  If you did not receive it and did not claim it way before now, you  will not be eligible to claim it this far in the future. 
While there may be some limits or restraints on seizing a tax refund or pension (and probably not as much as you may want to think), once any of these items are deposited into a bank account they lose their identity and are like any other funds. It is only while the tax is with the IRS, or while the...
You will need to look at your tax return for 2009. It would have  been shown on your return as received or claimed as part of a  refund. You can also look back on your bank statement as many  people were automatically sent the payment if they were recipients  of Social Security or VA benefits....
Nope. Your income tax is YOUR income tax on YOUR income...and you owe income tax on income other than what you make with him, and that amount you pay on any income depends on things like your marital status, health, expenses, if you pay a interest on a home mortgage, etc, etc. Not in the employers...
This seems to be a statement rather than a question. I don't really know what your question is but I will try to guess. IF you are asking whether or not you can add them to this years return, the answer is no. You can only use expenses that you incurred in the year that is covered by the return. The...
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Yes. State income (and net worth based) taxes are deductible from taxable income for Federal income tax purposes.
Yes - the refund is an asset - which the card company can use to offset your debt !
Yes. State refund must be claimed as income on your federal return.
To get copies of your previous years filed income tax returns you will have to order the copies you want from the IRS.Go to the IRS gov web site and use the search box for Get A Copy of My ReturnInstructions for how and when to request a copy of your tax return or a tax return transcriptClick on the...
Yes - you carry the charitable excell alowable deduction forward. There is a 10% of taxable income limitation for the current taxable year, the amount exceeding this limitation is carried forward into the next taxable year.Charles Coker,CPA
There are different tax brackets. The more youmake doesn't necessarily mean you will get back more. If that person has a child or was a student etc.. that can make the difference. For instance, my sister worked all year and paid a lot of federal and state taxes.. I worked part time at minimum wage...
Absolutely ! The tax return is an asset - to be used to offset your debt !
No, in most cases, workman comp insurance premiums are not deductible on tax returns. You can speak with an accountant to find out more details.
Federal goes to Washington, D.C. State goes to State.
  Sure. There probably isn't a lot of income to report though.
  Depending on some things, like when the tax was paid and when the BK was filed, the refund is like any other asset and available to creditors. The trustee or court would take it and pay it to creditors according to their standing in the case.
Yes, the IRS can, and will, garnish an income tax refund if money is owed from an audit.
It will be located on your Sally's check
You can declare a baby a dependent for the year he or she was born, even if it was at 11:59 on December 31st!
Again, like all things tax, the answer is frequently situational  and depends on many things.     Any education for work related reasons, and that includes an entire  degree program, may be tax deductible under many circumstances. The  main one being that it does not qualify you for a NEW...
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No. If you did not pay any taxes or have them deducted from your paycheck, you can not get a refund. However, because of many special programs in the tax system, the earned income tax c credit programs most noteably, you may receive what would seem like a "refund" of taxes that you didn't even pay!...
Yes, if he has the child 51% of the time. Regardless of any custody agreement, or court order the IRS has it's own definition of who the custodial parent is. Section 152(e)(4) defines custodial parent as the parent having custody for the greater portion of the calendar year and noncustodial parent...
Now why would you expect a refund from the government considering you didn't pay anything in??? Remember you can't get something from nothing..
There are penalties for failing to file that will need to be taken into account. You need to consult with a tax accountant in your area.
it is where you purchase something and they give you a "rebate" you mail that rebate and get money back. it's like a backend coupon, instead of getting savings up front you get it later.
Yes, if the custodial parent seeks help from child support enforcement.
FILING - Instantly... although the states and IRS will bounce a return upto 48 hours later if there is soemthing wrong with it.REFUND - From the IRS, typically less than 2 weeks if you're having it direct deposited.
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If you have made no effort to replace a lost 2009 Tax Refund check,I would guess you are out of luck.
I found the answer to my own question as I contacted an attorney in my area... For those of you who would want to know the answer is NO. A lender or collection agency is not able to take your yearly income tax return if you have a deficiency from a vehicle repossession. The only thing they can do...