Can unemployed people file taxes?

Answer Yes, unemployed people can file taxes but they may not have to. If you're under age 65 and your gross income for the last year was less than $9,350 (filing single), $18,700 (married filing jointly)... Read More »

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How many people file taxes?

In 2007, the Internal Revenue Service received a total of 138,893,908 tax returns from individual taxpayers. Those returns resulted in more than $1.3 trillion paid in taxes to the United States gov... Read More »

How many people file income taxes?

The number of individuals that file United States income tax returns each year varies, but the most recent statistics show that more than 131 million filed in the year 2009. Of those, 85.6 million ... Read More »

Do people on Social Security have to file taxes?

Whether people on Social Security have to file taxes depends on their marital status and earnings. As a general rule, if Social Security is their only source of income, then they will not have to f... Read More »

Do unemployed people in Guatemala get benefits?

Guatemala does not have any unemployment benefits. There are, however, benefits for maternity leave and coverage for those who are injured on the job. Guatemala has high rates of both unemployment ... Read More »