Will this get resolved tax season?

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  • Will this get resolved tax season?


Answer #1 | 26/12 2013 13:18
First, "a single person with only one job" gets two allowances; he is not "getting taxed as if he was a single person with only one job." Second, he will get back whatever was overpaid; he will get back whatever he paid extra. In some cases, he might even get back more than the amount that was taken. Third, whomever said that he needed to make a certain amount for you to qualify for a refund is totally wrong. Even a person who makes nothing can qualify a refund, if they paid any income tax, even just one dollar. Finally, he is not "being taxed". The phrase "being taxed" refers to what the government keeps, after he files his taxes after the end of the year. That amount is unaffected by the number of allowances, and will be exactly the same, to the penny, as if the employers did everything right. The amount being taken from the paychecks is a temporary thing, called "withholding", and it has no effect on what he gets to keep.
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Answer #2 | 26/12 2013 13:09
Any amounts overwithheld will be refunded when you file your tax return. >>>My husband has been told that since he made below a certain amount, that we do not qualify for any kind of refund <<< Stop taking financial and tax advice from whomever told you this.
Positive: 37.5 %
Answer #3 | 26/12 2013 13:12
File and you'll get any overpayment back, which should be anything he paid in for federal income tax, plus a bit over $1000 for EIC. What you will not qualify for with 2500 of earned income is the additional child tax credit.
Positive: 40 %
Answer #4 | 26/12 2013 14:37
Only FIT federal income tax amounts and any possible SIT state income tax amount that MIGHT have been withheld from his gross wages for each pay period during the 2013 tax year to be used as a TAX CREDIT amount on the correct lines of your MFJ FIT return during the 2014 tax filing season for the 2013 tax year. W-2 forms make sure that each past year employer does have your correct mailing address by the first part of January so that they can mail out the W-2 forms that will have the gross amount in the Box 1 $$ and the Box 2 $$ FIT tax amount withheld and the SIT state amount the Box at the bottom of the W-2 for that purpose also. Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 12/26/2013
Positive: 40 %

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