not sure anymore with all the changes. You can go to IRS.gov and check there.
No, not for $349.00 gross income. If you are single and under 65 years of age, and earned at gross income of least 9,350 or if you were 65 years or older and had a gross income of at least 10,750 you need to file. http://hubpages.com/hub/how-much-money- … file-taxes
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I'll be happy to answer them. I have practiced in the tax field for 27 years and enjoy helping others resolve tax issues. If the question requires a large answer I will create a hub page.
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