There is no minimum or maximum age to file taxes. Taxes are required based on income. (Generally, young people, even with income, are claimed as a dependent by their parents and any income they have will also basically become income of the parent).
Sure. If you have income, you are required to file income taxes.
Yes, if you file your babysitting income as self-employed
There is not a minimum income one must have in order to file taxes. Anyone can file taxes if they want.
Taxes are not age-dependent. In general, if you make money, then you have to file taxes. In some cases parents are allowed to fold the income of their minor children into their own tax returns, but if you have income at all, then SOMEBODY has to pay taxes on it.
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.
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.
I'm on SSDI do I file taxes on $10,300.00 total income
Absolutely, positively not.Whether your parents or anyone else claims you as a dependent has absolutely no effect on your obligation or ability to file taxes. Some people mistakenly believe that if your parents claim you as a dependent, they claim your income, your withholding and your refund, too. This is absolutely not true.People who make more than a certain amount are obligated to file taxes. However, ANYONE is permitted to file taxes. If you are due a refund, you must file taxes in order to get the refund. Your parents cannot get your refund for you. Whether your parents can claim you as a dependent has absolutely nothing to do with you. You must file your own taxes for your own income and withholdings. And if you owe taxes, you are obligated to file and pay them.
Can you still file income taxes even though no federal taxes were taken out of check?
you don't have to file taxes if the total income was $100.00.
Yes you can file income taxes on $945.00 that you earned.
Requirements to file taxes is not based on age but income. If your income is below a certain amount, you do not have to file.
The last day to file federal income taxes in the US is April 15, unless you file an extension.
You can but as soon as your parents file their taxes you will have to amend your FAFSA application and it may alter the amount for which you are eligible in student financial aid.
If worker's compensation is your only income for you and your family then no you don't have to file taxes. Worker's Compensation is not taxable on Federal Income Taxes.
with no income what would you be filing taxes on
If you do not file your income taxes, you will owe the IRS 47.5% interest. For late filing, you will owe them 22.5% of the total and 25% if you don't file altogether.
Income taxes are not witheld based on age. It is based on Earned income.
Yes, you have to file income taxes for someone who has passed away. This is normally handled by the estate. There is also estate income taxes that must be files as well.
You can send in a form but there is no reason. With no income, there will be no refund at all.