Is my pension subject to state taxes?

Answer The National Conference of State Legislatures conducted a survey in 2007 that found that five states exempt nearly all pension income from state income taxes. Nearly all of the other 36 states with... Read More »

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Are pension benefits subject to Social Security taxes?

Pensions are not subject to the Social Security tax because the IRS classifies them as unearned income (see IRS Pub 54, p 16). The Social Security tax only applies to earned income.Source:IRS: Publ... Read More »

Do You Have to File Taxes on a Pension Disbursement of $10,000?

Pensions provide income to you when you retire. This income might represent a large part of your total retirement income. Regardless of how much this actually provides for your retirement, taxes ar... Read More »

Are cigarettes subject to the state sales tax in washington state?

Cigarettes are subject to the standard 6.5 percent sales tax in Washington State and are assessed a higher sales taxation rate in certain counties, according to the Washington State Department of R... Read More »

Are manufactured sunrooms subject to property taxes?

On One Hand: Yes, They AreAccording to the California State Board of Equalization, all additions to property are subject to property tax. You must report all improvements to your home in order to a... Read More »