You wouldn't be able to deduct it anyway, since you'll owe no income tax, so you might as well wait until you have the money rather than overdraft. Same for property tax.
4 Answers · Business & Finance · 12/12/2011
The federal credit for insulation only reduces your tax bill. If you don't owe taxes, there is no credit.
1 Answers · Business & Finance · 12/12/2011
You don't give enough information. Get a blank 1040 at irs.gov and fill it in yourself. Up to 85% of the SSDI is taxable. Edit, you need to fill out the support test worksheet for each of your children--the SSA...
3 Answers · Business & Finance · 05/12/2011
not even if you make a billion a year will you loose SSD, you might have to pay taxes on the SSD though
3 Answers · Business & Finance · 28/10/2011
No, to be taxable before you reach your full retirement age, your combined income for a single person would have to be $25,000 for the year. Your pension is taxable by itself so you have to file a return to declare that.
5 Answers · Business & Finance · 26/10/2011
No, and he should file to have it stopped as you are getting the SSD child benefit check. Plus, he can get the arrears reduced or set aside.
11 Answers · Business & Finance · 21/09/2011
Incorporating or having an EIN isn't going to change anything. The SSA will still be aware of the income. While on SSDI you may be able to have certain amounts of earned income (any job or self-employment is earned...
5 Answers · Business & Finance · 27/09/2011
Yes the state or any government agency can garnish your SSD for back taxes, defaulted student loans, child support. Up...
8 Answers · Business & Finance · 30/05/2011