what are federal income taxes on $48,000 income?

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Answered: Unearned income tax credit

Not sure what you're asking. Do you mean earned income credit? Child has to be younger than you. Under 19, unless a full-time student, then it's under 24. If the child is disabled, there is no age limit. If you're asking if a child can receive an earned income credit, they cannot. Minimum age ...

Answered: Do you have to file federal income tax if your only income is social

no if you fall under these guidelines $25,000 for single, head of household, or qualifying widow/widower with a dependent child $25,000 for married individuals filing separately who did not live with their spouses at any time during the year $32,000 for married couples filing jointly

Answered: What are the federal income tax changes in 2014?

They are not all in place as yet. The major change is the ACA credit or penalty comes into play. Several tax credits expired at the end of 2013 and have not been renewed as yet. Some may still be renewed before the 2014 filing season.

Answered: When do you have to pay federal income tax on cd's

Are you selling cd's? I don't really understand your question. CD's are just like anything else. And if you are buying them, you're not going to be paying income tax, you'll be paying sales tax.
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