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 Are American Indians exempt from federal income taxes?

Answer American Indians are not exempt from federal income taxes, but are exempt from state taxes if they live and work on a reservation or trust lands. American Indian tribes also can collect taxes from ... Read More »
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Is retirement income exempt from state income taxes?

Every state handles taxation of retirement income differently. Seven states do not tax personal income at all, two only tax income from interest and dividends, and 36 states offer some type of excl... Read More »
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Is Cuba exempt from federal taxes?

Cuba is a sovereign nation and the United States has no legal right to levy federal taxes on residents of Cuba who earn income while working in that country. Cuba has its own tax system and levies ... Read More »
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Are Maine municipals exempt from federal taxes?

The federal government does not tax as income the interest on municipal bonds issued by governmental entities in Maine. However, the municipals, also called munis, meet certain qualifications. Inte... Read More »
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When are you exempt from filing income taxes?

According to the Internal Revenue Service, you may be exempt from filing income taxes if your income on the return is below the filing requirement. However, some financial transactions--like sellin... Read More »
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