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Workman’s comp

have been on workman’s comp for a year. Received monthly payments till my case closes. My question is, since no taxes have been removed. Do I need to fail any taxes at all. Assuming my only income is through WC payments. 

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DianeW777
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Workman’s comp

No, workmen's compensation is not taxable so there is no need to file a return if that's all you had.

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Workman’s comp

Workers compensation is not taxable.  You do not enter it on a tax return.   Do you have any other income to enter?   If not, you do not need to file a tax return.

 

Who has to file?

http://www.irs.gov/uac/Do-I-Need-to-File-a-Tax-Return%3F

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