Last year when filing taxes, my husband was not required to pay tax on the unemployment...
compensation that he received. Does that still apply for the tax year of 2010?
I believe it does apply to the tax year 2010 but did he end up getting a job that year? If so, I would go to HR Block and just have them do it all for you. They will likely make you much more money than you pay them. I paid them $50 and got $1200 more than I had calculated on my own.
Some of the unemployment compensation may be subject to tax in 2010. However, any tax due will be determined by several other factors. As suggested above: see a professional and be certain of a correct answer in your circumstances.
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/ … taxes.html
by flacoinohio 6 years ago
If you made more than $75,000 last year, what percentage of that income was lost to taxes?We made $159,457 last year, we paid $ 48.3% of our earnings to City, State, and Federal taxes and on top of that we owed an additional $3688 to State and City taxes. We are paying taxes for two homes,...
by Harvey Stelman 7 years ago
Our President keeps putting down people that make a lot of money and have corporate jets.Please excuse me sir. 1- Didn't you make millions of dollars in the last few years?2- Isn't Air Force One strictly for you, not to mention yout heliocopters.3- When CEO's go on vacation, they pay for it.4- How...
by mega1 7 years ago
Anyone tried to efile this year? how'd it go for ya? Need to vent? or was it a snap? not that I really care. Just gives us something to talk about besides war, religion and hubpages.oh and sexnot talking about that!taxes. time to get worried!
by JeffreyLashua 7 years ago
I made 349.00 last year. do I need to file taxes?
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One of the greatest criticisms leveled at socialist and perceived socialist nations is their high taxes, usually reinforced with the example of France and it's high tax rates under a newly elected socialist government.Let's examine that claim factually, a quick analysis will prove it false.For...
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