what are the federal taxes on 225,000 for 2010?

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Answered: I filed my 2010 Federal Income tax last year, but ...

You don't need to know your federal refund - it doesn't go on the return. You may be able to find your state refund on your state's income tax dept website. You are looking for Form 1099G. NYS no longer mails them, but you can pull it up online.

Answered: What is excise tax and regressive tax?

An excise tax is a charge on some goods - such as oil. Excise is an example of a regressive tax along with such taxes as payroll tax . They are considered regressive as they are usually levied upon a business and they have the characteristic of not contributing to the growth or development of that ...

Answered: What is the answer to 150,000,000 divided by 11.210

Just in case you want a few more decimal places- 13380909.901873327386262265834077

Answered: Taking 225 mg-venlafaxine-is that too much

For you or a laboratory animal? The maximum recommended dosage in the severely depressed outpatient is 375mg/day. Maybe those people who can actually get the docs to talk to them don't frequent this website.
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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

How to check the status of federal tax lein

To check the status of a federal tax lein, simply call your local county clerk recorder's office. When you call, give them your name, address, social security number. If you don't have the number to your local county clerk, call 411 and ask for the county clerk's office. If you got a letter from ...

What Happens If You Don't File a Tax Return?

You should have suggested that they get paid in cash; no W-2s or 1099s. Uncle Frank