Anyone making less than $3,000.00 in 2007 is not eligible for a stimulus check. Also, the economic stimulus law allows Social Security recipients and recipients of certain veterans' benefits and Railroad Retirement benefits to count those benefits towards the qualifying income requirement of $3,000. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) does not count as qualifying income for the stimulus payment.
if you earned $178,000.00 are you eligible for stimulus check
If receiving SS and working what is the adjusted gross income allowed to receive the stimulus check?
There is no minimum income requirement for Medicare.
Medicaid is health care for indigent persons, so there is no minimum income requirement.
You do not have to file taxes with the IRS if you have received no income for a tax year, or if you made below the minimum requirement for filling. The minimum requirement income for 2007 was around $8000.00.
Yes there was a stimulus payment for the 2009 income tax return. If you did not receive it and did not claim it way before now, you will not be eligible to claim it this far in the future.
no, ther is a minimum income requirement, but as long as at least one person is making the requirement it is sufficient.
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.
What is the income eligibility level for stimulus housing?
A person no longer qualifies for the Earned Income Tax Credit after age 65. The minimum age requirement is 25.
The requirement to file an income tax return is not determined by whether you owe taxes or not. For example, if you have net self-employment income of more than $400, you must file. If you are subject to Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT), you must file. You may want to file -- because you will get a refund of withheld taxes, or are eligible for the earned income credit or other refundable tax credits, or could get a stimulus payment, or to get Social Security credits. For more information, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Links.
The Earned Income Credit is eligible to citizens in all 50 states when filing their yearly federal income tax return. There are eligibility requirement to meet the test for receiving EIC. http://taxresolutionaries.blogspot.com
Income requirement limits vary by state for eligibility. Open the following site and click on your state for the correct limits: www.huduser.org/datasets/il/il09/index.html.
Persons eligible for Social Security or Social Security Supplemental Income (SSI) in November or December 2008 or January 2009 will receive a $250 check in May 2009.
Unemployment benefits are not "earned income", so you should not be eligible for earned income credit.
In 2009 it was shown as a credit instead of as income.
the portion of your income that is eligible for taxation
There are some of the methods to get the loan easily1. Check the credit requirement2. Check the minimum income requirement3. Meet the employment requirement4. Have sufficient collateral5. Limit your outstanding debt6. Verify your details
I make 65 K and got offered one. I think it has to due more with credit history and rating.
Yes there are certain income limits but they vary from place to place. To find out the exact income guidelines for your particular area and situation, you should contact your local Department of Human Services (DHS) office.
The portion of a persons income that is eligible for taxation
The stimulus check is not income and you should not declare it on your tax return. You will not be taxed on it and it will not reduce your refund. However, you should take the check into consideration when filling out the Recovery Rebate Credit worksheet. This worksheet is used to determine whether you might be eligible to receive even more stimulus money than you got last year.
Workman's compensation is NOT eligible for the stimulus payment. You will not get the money based on workman's comp. You must have EARNED income. Only if you have worked and earned over 3,000 you are eligible, if you receive SS payments, SSDI and RR retirement payments. Worker's comp, SSI, Welfare, and any other type of UNEARNED income does NOT qualify for the payment.
Not on the federal income tax return.
IRS has issued a special reminder to an estimated 4.3 million retirees and disable veterans not to let filing for a stimulus payment to pass them by. These individuals may be eligible to receive an economic stimulus payment but are among those who normally do not file a tax return. The agency said it has accounted for 80% of the Social Security and Veterans Affairs beneficiaries initially identified as potentially eligible to receive a stimulus payment. There still remain an estimated 4.2 million people who receive certain Social Security benefits and 178,000 who receive certain Veterans Affairs benefits, IRS said. As explained by IRS, people who have no tax liability and who have no requirement to file a tax return because their income is too low or non-taxable must have at least $3,000 in qualifying income in order to receive a stimulus payment. The qualifying income includes earned income, non-taxable combat pay, and certain benefits from Social Security, Veterans Affairs and Railroad Retirement. Qualifying income from Social Security includes retirement, disability and survivor benefits. Qualifying income from Veterans Affairs includes disability compensation, disability pension and survivor benefits. Qualifying Railroad Retirement Board benefits include the Social Security equivalent portion of Tier 1 benefits. Oct. 15 is also the filing deadline for some 10 million individuals who previously received extensions to file their 2007 income tax return.