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Can I still file my taxes even though no Federal or State income is being taken out ?

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  • Can I still file my taxes even though no Federal or State income is being taken out ?


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Answer #1 | 17/12 2013 16:13
So? You could have turned in a corrected W-4 at any time. However, how old are you? Are you in school? How much did you make (or expect to make) in 2013? The point of withholding is to PAY taxes, not be a piggy bank.
Answer #2 | 17/12 2013 16:21
you can file taxes. the federal withholding will be zero, so if you owe any tax, you will have to pay the full amount of it. There might be a rule that company has to treat you as exempt.
Answer #3 | 17/12 2013 16:22
you file taxes based on your income, not whether any tax was taken out. it won't help you this year but you need to change your W-4 form. you don't get taxes back, you pay taxes. if you over pay your tax you get a refund. but seeing as how you paid no tax on what you made, your going to owe when you do your tax return.
Answer #4 | 17/12 2013 16:27
No it's not forgery. You can file, and might be required to depending on how much you made. But there's nothing to "get back.
Answer #5 | 17/12 2013 21:17
For what purpose? No withholdings no refund. Better that way. There could be refundable credits but we do not know enough to answer that.

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