"No" originally posted by another user. I slightly disagree with the above information. I have lived in many places across Canada. When I moved to Alberta, and went shopping south of the border I was informed if I showed my Alberta government issued ID, I wouldn't have to pay any sales tax when shopping in the U.S. This has held true for all consecutive trips to the U.S. but is not available using just any province id, but there is a list of provinces that are elligable for the tax break. Just clarify if your province is elligable next time you find your self on American soil. I swear I once saw a brochure for a tax rebate for Canadians during one of my last trips to Washington. Check on the Immigration website to see if they have it there to download.
New York citizen cannot get tax refund at the JFK Airport. You will have to file for taxes.
No. You have to pay your taxes to get a tax refund, too. On top of being a citizen of the United States, of course.
There is no maximum refund. If you overpaid your federal taxes, you'll get a refund for the overpayment no matter how much it is.
Yes. You will still have to pay taxes, whether it be to the Canadian government or the US government. If you work, you must pay tax.
You can't get a tax refund if no taxes were deducted for the year in question.
The state of Colorado will not automatically refund hotel occupancy taxes after 30 days. A hotel needs to request a refund for the occupancy taxes that should be refunded to them.
yes...but he may be subject to certain non-resident taxes
If you owe money to the IRS for prior years taxes, and you have a refund due to you on this year's taxes, the IRS will keep the refund and apply it towards the debt that you owe.
You cannot get a refund when you do not pay taxes.
You don't get a refund of your property tax.
When a citizen refuses to pay taxes it is called tax evasion.
Yes, if you have paid taxes, or had taxes withheld for that tax year, you may be entitled to a refund. If you have not paid taxes for the year in question, you will not receive a refund.
You can file a federal tax return and get a refund regardless of the status of your state taxes. If you owe overdue taxes to the state and they have gotten around to it, the state can intercept your federal refund. So, your refund might go to paying your overdue state taxes instead of being sent to you. But unless you file a federal tax return, no refund will be generated and your state taxes will not be paid.
Yes, if for no other reason than to get your State refund
If you still owe that money, your refund will probably just get deducted off your taxes.Read more >> Options >>http://www.answers.com?initiator=FFANS
If you do an EZ File for your taxes, then ideally you will get your refund at a faster rate. This is because you will submit it electronically and the IRS will receive it almost instantly.
A tax refund loan is a loan that is provided to you until you receive your tax refund. You can pursue this option if you have done your taxes and are expecting a refund.
if i owe federal taxes will they take my state refund
Citizen of Athens had to pay taxes with the rich not having to pay taxes. The rich did have to pay for thing that the tax money didn't cover.
There is income taxes due on winnings at a casino. The only way you could get a refund on such winnings is that taxes are withheld from your winnings that exceeded your tax liability.
Anyone can file taxes.You can only get a refund if you overpaid taxes during the year or qualify for some refundable tax credit such as the Earned Income Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit.The most likely reason you might get a refund would be if you had taxes withheld from your unemployment compensation.
Yes if you are in the FMS offset refund tax program.
Yes you can.
No it is not necessary to file for an extension when no taxes are due or you would be due a refund.