what is the federal tax on $99,000 for a married couple filing jointly?

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Your employer is the one to send you a W2 or a 1099.

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The New York times reported on his US and Illinois tax returns. http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/04/13/us/politics/13obama-tax.html?ref=politics

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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.

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The tax attorney is for legal advice regarding tax matters, tax planning. The accountant does the book work and files returns. Unless you are wealthy, or your biz is complicated, or you are already in trouble, you do not need an expensive tax atty. You just need a good accountant who does small ...
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2005 tax federal tax refund -- is it too late to claim if filing now?

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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