Are you taxed on the workman comp checks sent to you?
Generally: If the money received is for a replacement of earnings (which would have been taxable, had you earned them normally), then Yes. If they are to compensate you for a loss of something else, say an arm or sight, etc., then No. The answer may be different for your States' income tax.
If you haven't received the checks from an employer, contact their payroll department. If you haven't received the checks from the bank, first talk to a teller, then the bank manager. If they state checks have been sent and you haven't gotten them in 10 days, ask for a reissue of the checks (new ones).
I have been taxed on full sale of property 9yrs. istead of difference between cost and sale can I recover any money sent to irs?
What do you do if you received a letter already open from an insurance company while on workman's comp in an open window envelope and you could see almost 7 numbers of your social security number?
Report it to your Employment office and also to Workman's Comp. There isn't much they can do, but at least it's report (also send a registered letter about your complaint because it's then on file should you have any problems in the future.) It makes me laugh at all the warnings given to the public about Identity Theft yet what do they do ... they send your Workman's Comp in regular mail (instead of Registered…
In Canada yes. For example if you injury your back because you were doing heavy lifting and Workers Comp., sent you to a Chiropractor or physical therapy then after a few days to a few weeks and your doctor clears it then Workers Comp will make a deal with your employer to put you on light duty. This way the employer will pay half and Workers Comp will pay the other half until you are…