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When someone states that something has or may have tax implications, that simply means that it may affect the taxes you pay. It's generally used in reference to your federal income tax return filed with the IRS (& state tax return if your state has an income tax). If receiving a prize has tax implications, it would likely mean that you need to report the income on your federal tax return.
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