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 Is a Lawsuit Settlement Taxable?

Answer Some lawsuit settlements are taxable, and some are not. According to the state of Washington, an award that involves a company's normal business operations, such as a copyright royalty settlement, ... Read More »
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Are lawsuit settlements taxable?

Settlements awarded as a result of physical injury and sickness claims are not taxable. Emotional suffering settlements are also not taxed, if the emotional injury is a direct result of a physical ... Read More »
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Is a lawsuit settlement a tax deduction?

Taxpayers can claim a tax deduction on legal fees and court costs associated with lawsuit settlements. To calculate how much money you can deduct, taxpayers should determine the amount of the settl... Read More »
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Do you pay taxes on a lawsuit settlement?

It will depend on what the settlement was for. As of August 20, 1996, a legal settlement or court award received is only tax free if the award was for a physical injury or physical sickness.Source:... Read More »
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Are civil lawsuit settlements taxable?

On One Hand: Civil Law Suite Settlements May Be TaxableCivil lawsuit settlements related to employment will be taxable to the extent the settlement involves back wages or salary. Any portion of a s... Read More »
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