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venkatsuji
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How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

 
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DoninGA
Level 15

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

Depends on your filing status, age and dependency status.
MichaelDC
New Member

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

Probably none, unless you're a dependent.
venkatsuji
New Member

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

I am married,my yearly total income $6500 because I started from Nov13
venkatsuji
New Member

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

My total tax deducted almost $2100,will that be refunded without filing
MichaelDC
New Member

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

Without knowing the whole situation, you should receive the entire $2100 (W-2 Box 2 only) withholding with a possible Earned Income Credit depending on your age. You will have to file a return to receive your refund, else the IRS will keep it if they don't hear from you.
DoninGA
Level 15

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

If you are married then you either file as Married Filing Jointly and include the spouse's income on the tax return or Married Filing Separately and do not include the spouse's income on the tax return.  If you live in a Community Property state and file as MFS then that results in another whole explanation.
SweetieJean
Level 15

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

Your pay has many deductions: Federal income tax; State income tax; Social Security payroll tax; Medicare payroll tax, etc.
MichaelDC
New Member

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

There is no tax that will reduce any withholding from your work or refundable credits (EIC, etc.) on your return.

Even though you're not required to file, you may still want to in order to claim a refund, if any.

The Gross income requirements for each filing status (If your income is below these, you don't need to file.)

  • Single: $10,400 if under age 65. $11,950 if 65 and older.
  • Married filing jointly: $20,800 if both under 65. ...
  • Married filing separately -- $4,050 at any age.
  • Qualifying widow(er) with a dependent child: $16,750 if under 65. ...
  • Head of household: $13,400 if under 65.

The IRS increases the standard deduction amount for taxpayers who are 65 or older by the end of the tax year. If your 65th birthday falls on January 1, you can take the larger standard deduction for the prior tax year since the IRS treats you as being 65 on December 31

When other taxpayers, such as your parents, are eligible to claim you as a dependent on their own tax return, you still may need to file your own return — but you can't claim a personal exemption. You will need to file a return if your earned income is greater than $4,050. However, if the total of your unearned income is more than $1,000, you need to file a return even if it is not required by your earned income. Unearned income covers all other earnings, such as taxable interest, dividends, and capital gains that aren't the result of performing services.


SweetieJean
Level 15

How much tax will deduct for total income $6500

State taxes may be different.
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