can you file taxes on workers comp?
If his Workers Comp was your only income for the year there's no need to file. Workers Comp is not taxable, nor is it earned income for purposes of the EIC.
by Bostonian In MO - 12 hours ago
Worker compensation is not a taxable income. Unemployment compensation is income. First $2400 of unemployment income is not taxable.
by Jss - 12 hours ago
It's only been 6 days. €
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