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Do I need to file a Tax Return?

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I don't know my filing status.

Do you and/or your spouse have W-2 income? Do you have W-2 income?


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Do you and/or your spouse have self employment, independent contractor, or 1099 income? Do you have self employment, independent contractor, or 1099 income?

Not sure, what is this?

 

What was the amount?
Include your spouse's self employment income.
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Do you have Social Security income?

Is Social Security your ONLY source of income?

You might have to file a return,
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Will you be 65 or older as of 12/31 of the tax year?

Will you or your spouse be 65 or older as of 12/31 of the tax year?

Will you be claimed as a dependent on another person's tax return? (e.g. your parents)

I am Married Filing Separate, does that matter?

Enter your total unearned income.

What is unearned income?

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Are you Blind? Hmmm... I can see this...

Are you or your spouse Blind? Hmmm... I can see this...

Based on your information, you are generally not required to file a return. However, there may be reasons you should file anyway:

  • You should file a return if you are getting a refund.
  • You should file a return if you qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit.
  • You should file a return to report your health insurance if you qualify for the Premium Tax Credit.
  • You should file a return if you or your child needs financial aid for college.

If you have any questions about whether or not you need to file a tax return, contact us now.

If you still want to file a Tax Return, click the "Start Your Tax Return Now" button below.

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Based on the information provided, you should file a tax return.

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