Are home insurance settlements taxable?

Answer Whether or not an insurance settlement is taxable depends on whether or not you received any gains from the settlement. Settlements with no gains are not taxable; however, any money above what cove... Read More »

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Are Insurance Settlements Taxable?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may count insurance settlements as taxable income. If you are in an accident and injured, or your car sustains damage, money you receive to repair your car is not... Read More »

Are insurance settlements taxable income?

Insurance settlements are typically not considered to be taxable income. The settlement amount would only be taxable if you made a profit on the transaction, as in the case in which payments receiv... Read More »

Are trust settlements taxable?

On One Hand: Taxable SituationsAccording to the IRS, a trust is taxable. For example, in trust situations of capital gain, either the beneficiary of the trust or the trust itself is tax liable. Als... Read More »

Are accident settlements taxable?

Federal tax is applicable on an accident settlement if it is compensation for the loss of taxable income. Vehicle repair, hospital and medical expenses resulting from an accident, as reimbursement ... Read More »