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Most but not all people need to file federal income tax forms. If you do not meet the minimum income requirement, then you do not have to file for federal income tax.

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No reportable taxable income to be entered on a income tax return would be a good start of not being required to file a federal income tax return.


Age is NOT one of the requirements of when you must file 1040 federal income tax return. As long as your are still breathing and have the required taxable income amounts you will be required to file a 1040 federal income tax return and pay any income taxes that may be due on the taxable amount of your income.


You can file a income tax return if you WANT to if the only worldwide income that you have is the welfare income amount. IF you do NOT have any other worldwide income to be reported on the 1040 federal income tax return you would NOT be required to file a 1040 federal income tax return.


Anyone with any income, or even without an income can file. You are required to file Federal taxes if you made more than $1,800. Illinois requires anyone that earns or receives income in the state to file state taxes.


Age is NOT one of the requirements of when you must file 1040 federal income tax return.As long as you are still breathing and have the required taxable income amounts you will be required to file a 1040 federal income tax return and pay any income taxes that may be due on the taxable amount of your gross worldwide income.Go to the IRS gov website and use the search box for Do You Need to File a Federal Income Tax ReturnTo determine if you need to file a Federal Income Tax return for 2009 answer the following questions:Occasionally, individuals have onetime or infrequent financial transactions that may require them to file a Federal Income Tax return. Do any of the following examples apply to you?


The kind of federal tax forms that are available to file personal income tax in the United States are the individual tax form and the time extension form. Forms may be filed by paper or electronically.


Your income must be 58000 or less to file your federal income taxes for free. If your income is higher then you cannot file them for free from e-file.


Where do I file Form 941 From Pennsylvania not for profit assn.


Yes you can file a federal income tax return and if you had a employer and you were an employee if any federal income tax was withheld from your gross earnings wages it is possible that you could get a refund of some or all of the FIT that was withheld. It is possible that a taxpayer can meet the MUST FILE A FEDERAL INCOME TAX RETURN at any age. If you are a dependent on an another taxpayers income tax return and unearned income of more than 950 and would be required to pay some federal income tax on the amount. Or if your are a self employed taxpayer and have a NET profit from your business operation it is possible that you would be required to file a 1040 Federal income tax return.


Not exactly....they have to file lots of forms with the IRS and Treasury, some may call tax forms, but they actually file proving their non-taxability...not their taxable income. (And many are exempt on only certain income, not on everything they do). These forms are very complex and perhaps harder than Income Tax returns.


Sure they would be required to file a 1040 federal income tax return and pay any income taxes that may be due. Under 950 of unearned income (did not work for income) would be required to file a 1040 federal income tax return and pay some income taxes on the amount over 950 of UNEARNED income.


NONE. No INCOME. -0- ZERO INCOME. For sure you would NOT be required to file a 1040 federal income tax return. Actually, there is a federal minimum number below which you are not required to file any tax returns. State requirements also vary. For instance, in NH there is no income tax other than a small percentage on investment dividends, meaning you could earn $20million a year and not have to pay any state taxes on it.


If a minor has any income tax liability the minor would be required to file a income tax return. When you are a dependent on another individual income tax return and you have 950 or more of unearned income you are required to file a federal income tax return.


Sure. If you have income, you are required to file income taxes.


If you are a residentof Maine who is required to file a federal income tax return, you must file a Maine income tax return. If you are not required to file a federal return, but do have income subject to Maine income tax resulting in a Maine income tax liability, a Maine return must be filed. You do not have to file a Maine income tax return if you meet all of the following requirements: 1) your Maine taxable income is $2,000 or less, 2) you claim yourself as an exemption on your return, AND 3) you are not subject to the Maine Minimum Tax. However, you must file a return to claim any refund due to you.


If you have gross worldwide income it is very possible that you would be required to file a 1040 income tax return.


The last day to file federal income taxes in the US is April 15, unless you file an extension.


Anyone can file. If you had any state income tax withheld from your wages or other payments and are not required to file, you can still file in order to get a refund. People who earn more than a certain amount or who earn certain types of income may be required to file. The point at which you are required to file is different for every state. Consult the instructions for your state tax forms or the web site of your state tax department to find out who is required to file.


If you want to file a tax return YES you can. SSI (supplement security income) would not be taxable income that you would report on your 1040 income tax return. If you do NOT have any taxable worldwide income that you are required to report on your federal 1040 income tax return it would NOT benefit you to file a federal income tax return and you would NOT meet any of the MUST FILE A INCOME TAX RETURN requirement's. If you want to file a tax return YES you can.


Yes, but it likely will not be processed for a few weeks.


If any income tax was withheld you may want to file your 1040 Federal income tax return to get a refund of some of the over held federal income taxes if you do not have any federal income tax liability. If a single taxpayer and NOT a dependent on another individuals income tax return for the year 2009 you could have up to 9350 of gross worldwide income from all sources before you would be required to file a federal 1040 income tax return.


The ordinary federal income tax forms that most individuals file can be folded. There are some exceptions like Form 1096 or Form 1099 (if you are the ISSUER of the 1099, not the recipient). These exceptions will be clearly indicated on the form. Most individuals do not file these forms.


Full-year residents are required to file a Georgia income tax return if they are required to file a Federal income tax return, if they have income subject to Georgia income tax, or if their income exceeds Georgias standard deduction and personal exemptions.Part time legal resident of Georgia who are required to file a federal income tax return, are required to file a Georgia Form 500 Individual Income Tax Return. Page 4, Schedule 3 will help you calculate your Georgia Taxable income.Nonresidents who work in Georgia or get money from Georgia sources and who fiel a Federal Income tax return must file special paperwork (Georgia Form 500 Individual Income Tax Return). However if you are a legal resident of another state, you are not required to file a Georgia income tax return if you are only an employee of a Georgia for an employer and the money you receive for this is 5% or less of your total income.Military personnel are subject to income tax if they live in Georgia or have Georgia as their home of record, regardless of where they earn their income.See related links for the full text.


Unemployment compensation is considered gross income for federal income tax purposes. When combined with any other gross income you have during the same year, if your income reaches a certain number, you are required to file and to report the unemployment compensation on your tax return.Even if you are not required to file, if you elected to have tax withheld from your unemployment compensation payments, you must file in order to obtain a refund.During 2009 only, the federal tax rate on the first $2400 of unemployment compensation per person will be 0%.If you live in a state that has an income tax, its rules may be different than the federal rules and you may be required to file a state return even if you don't have to file a federal return.Yes, you can either pay the tax at the end of the year or pay on a weekly basis.


For 2009, if you're Single with no dependents and income of less than $5,000, then you're not required to file. You'd be required to file if your income were at least $9,350. If income tax were withheld from you earnings in 2009, then you should file for a refund of all federal income tax withheld. Your income is zeroed out by your standard deduction of $5,700 plus your personal exemption of $3,650.



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