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Nashville, TN

#22 Jan 4, 2013
Mosheim Country Girl wrote:
You still HAVE to file a tax form even if you have not worked all year. It is federal law.
no you dont, only if you make over 6000, if you are on social security and thats all you make you dont have to file either
just my opinion

Johnson City, TN

#23 Jan 4, 2013
No you cannot file taxes. you have to make a certain amount. But I have another question. How do people who don't work get to draw unemployment checks for 73 months. The maximum. You have to have money in certain quarters in order to draw and if they haven't worked at all then they have NO money in any quarters. What's the deal. Like I've said before, the honest working person doesn't stand a chance.
Vince

Cairo, GA

#24 Jan 14, 2013
I heard people do file if they haven't worked I don't know how they do it but they have.
curious

Charlotte, NC

#25 Jan 14, 2013
You're a special kind of stupid aren't you?
Tulip

Montréal, Canada

#26 Jan 31, 2013
But to file what exactly if you did not have an income of any kind?
c wilki

Pasadena, TX

#27 Mar 11, 2013
Real Answer wrote:
<quoted text>
You're crazy as hell!
there is NO LAW that says you have to file income tax forms
daMan

Charlotte, NC

#28 Apr 5, 2013
c wilki wrote:
<quoted text> there is NO LAW that says you have to file income tax forms
....... yea u go ahead and think that buddy you'll feel dumb when you go to prison for tax evasion like Wesley Snipes... i know i didn't file taxes and i started getting letters that i owed the government over 1000$... show me where that law is and ill believe you lol
Lillithanne

Richmond, VA

#29 Apr 9, 2013
Hey there...I need to know...I'm on Disability but have been able to work part time to make extra money (it's my understanding that you can only make up to $999 per month if you're on Disability).

Last time I worked was 2011 but my health was so bad that during 2012, I had four surgeries, which means alo0t of copays & medical bills.

So, I was thinking, since I had a lot of medical bills last year...is there any way that even though I didn't make any money that I could file my taxes and claim all those medical expenses?

Is there a limit on medical expenses?

Thanks,
~Lillithanne
tax advice

Johnson City, TN

#30 Apr 9, 2013
to be able to claim medical expenses you have to file Schedule A and have more than 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income in medical bills. to be able to file on schedule a you need to have deductions of more than your standard deduction. that is based on your filing status of single $5950, head of household $8700 and married $11900. If you don't have that much in deductions then you would not want to.itemiz. if you worked and drew disability you still need to file turning in both incomes. If you did not work and only drew disability then you don't need to file as you have no taxable income therefore you won't owe taxes nor will you get a refund even with medical bills. You have to have taxable income to file.
Lillithanne wrote:
Hey there...I need to know...I'm on Disability but have been able to work part time to make extra money (it's my understanding that you can only make up to $999 per month if you're on Disability).
Last time I worked was 2011 but my health was so bad that during 2012, I had four surgeries, which means alo0t of copays & medical bills.
So, I was thinking, since I had a lot of medical bills last year...is there any way that even though I didn't make any money that I could file my taxes and claim all those medical expenses?
Is there a limit on medical expenses?
Thanks,
~Lillithanne
lady-dash1

Charlotte, NC

#31 Nov 7, 2013
Everytime you buy something from the stores ..you pay taxes..every one should get something ..js
missy

Orlando, FL

#34 Dec 4, 2013
I have gone to school this year but have not be able to find a job so I haven't worked all year, but I do have stock my stock doesn't have dividends. So do I still have to file taxes
jane

United States

#35 Jan 2, 2014
Havent workd all year have a child can I file head of house hold and will I get anything back? Just curious to know.
Reality

Jonesborough, TN

#36 Jan 3, 2014
Stay on welfare.. Than work only one month... Get back on Welfare.... File a tax return. Get $11000 back in tax returns if you have 3 kids... This is how the dead beat shitheads do it. I have seen it1st hand.... No one should get more than they pay into taxes... It's all a big joke and that is why are taxes are so high...
kush

Fort Wayne, IN

#37 Feb 11, 2014
its some stupid and rude ass people on here oh and dumb is hell
Fed Runner

Kingsport, TN

#38 Feb 12, 2014
REALITY is right, I know of the same type thing happening. woman don't work, gets 8000 dollars back. WTH? She uses some woman in Baileyton to file her a return saying she cleans for people or some crap and gets a fat check back. Shes a druggie and most of it goes up her nose instead of to her kids too.
BookWart

Moses Lake, WA

#39 Feb 18, 2014
This may seem like an ignorant question, but I was curious and thought I'd ask somewhere anyway. I'm a full-time student and took out student loans this year. Do I still file? Do they take any money out of my pell grant?
Jamie

Colorado Springs, CO

#41 Jan 13, 2015
I have not worked last year as far as paying taxes but I made more than $2000 or more. I also have a 3yr old. Can I file and still receive a child tax credit??? Please let me know! Thanks
hello

Greeneville, TN

#42 Jan 13, 2015
Mosheim Country Girl wrote:
You still HAVE to file a tax form even if you have not worked all year. It is federal law.
that's a lie, I don't have to file anymore because im on social security and make under 14 grand
hello

Greeneville, TN

#43 Jan 13, 2015
Jamie wrote:
I have not worked last year as far as paying taxes but I made more than $2000 or more. I also have a 3yr old. Can I file and still receive a child tax credit??? Please let me know! Thanks
only if taxes were withheld from your check, you didn't make enough to file you have to make over 7 grand but if you are wanting the earned income credit and taxes were taken out you can file for that
hello

Greeneville, TN

#44 Jan 13, 2015
BookWart wrote:
This may seem like an ignorant question, but I was curious and thought I'd ask somewhere anyway. I'm a full-time student and took out student loans this year. Do I still file? Do they take any money out of my pell grant?
no they don't tax anything unless you are working, loans are not taxed

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