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FAQ

How do you fill out a 1040EZ tax form?
The instructions are available here 1040EZ (2022)
How do you fill out line 5 on a 1040EZ tax form?
I suspect the question is related to knowing whether someone can claim you as a dependent, because otherwise line 5 itself is pretty clear.General answer: if you are under 19, or a full-time student under the age of 24, your parents can probably claim you as a dependent. If you are living with someone to whom you are not married and who is providing you with more than half of your support, that person can probably claim you as a dependent. If you are married and filing jointly, your spouse needs to answer the same questions.Note that whether those individuals actually do claim you as a dependent doesn't matter, the question is whether they can. It is not a choice.
How do I file taxes and how would I file them into my FAFSA?
First, if you don’t have any income now you don’t need to file taxes. Don’t worry about next year at this time.If you applying for financial aid then you fill out a FAFSA. If you will be attending college in the Fall you are overdue to file FAFSA. You will want to do that now.For FAFSA, first you and one parent should each get a FSA (Federal Studetn Aid) ID and save your login and password as you will need it each year:https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htmAfter a couple of days you will be able to fill out FAFSA. The student and the parent each fills out their section. If you have no income your section is easy. For the parent section, the parent will use 2022 taxes to fill it out. Here are all the steps to filling it out, including getting the FSA ID.Filling Out the FAFSAFor the 2017–18 school year, you will again use 2022 income figures. This is a one time repition. For 2018–19 use 2022 income. For 2019–20 use 2022 income.Starting this year, the new schedule is that FAFSA will open in October. So sometimes after October, and before you college’s deadline (often Jan to Mar), fill out the FAFSA again. Not much will change this time, because as a one time thing, you will again use your own ,zero• 2022 income and your parent will use family 2022 income. The only thing that will change is your assets. You report bank accounts and investments as of the day you file.Now if you get a job, you will likely file a 1040EZ form. Very simple. You will get the income statement from your employer by Jan 30 of each year. You should file by April. If you get awarded federal work-study and earn that way, you report that on the FAFSA so you don’t get it counted against you. Regular income may be counted toward your EFC but you have to earn more than 6 thousand a year for it to affect aid. Money in your bank account does affect your aid. Student savings is assessed at 20% but parent savings is assessed at only 6%.I want to add something important. If you taxes are already filed, you can import the data from your tax forms into the FAFSA using the DRT (Data Retrieval Tool). Schools like to see this done as they them know the data matches your taxes. So if you have to enter preliminary, non-final taxes to meet a deadline, do the DRT after you file your taxes. It is usually available for use after a few weeks.Filling Out the FAFSA
How can I fill out an ITR for year 2015-16?
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How can I fill out the FY 2015-16 and 2016-17 ITR forms after the 31st of March 2018?
As you know the last date of filling income tax retruns has been gone for the financial year 2015–16 and 2016–17. and if you haven’t done it before 31–03–2018. then i don’t think it is possible according to the current guidlines of IT Department. it may possible that they can send you the notice to answer for not filling the retrun and they may charge penalty alsoif your income was less than taxable limit then its ok it is a valid reson but you don’t need file ITR for those years but if your income was more than the limit then, i think you have to write the lette to your assessing officer with a genuine reason that why didn’t you file the ITR.This was only suggestion not adviceyou can also go through the professional chartered accountant
I received Worker's Compensation in 2022. how could I find out how much I received in payments for filling out the FAFSA?
US workers compensation insurance carriers, third party claims administrators and self insureds all keep detailed records on how much they have paid on a  given claim. It is broken down into medical payments and indemnity payments and claim expenses.For FAFSA's purposes , you want the indemnity payments which consists of lost time benefits and any settlement or award for your wage loss or disability.If you received a settlement or an award that was paid in a lump sum, it may have been a blend of medical and indemnity which makes it harder to break into accurate components. If there was a settlement, the document itself may recite how much was allocated to disability , disputed lost time, etc.Usually when a person has a lawyer, the carrier will not  ( is ethically prohibited , actually) from talking directly to the claimant. However,  for administrative  things, the claim adjuster should be willing to give you the information needed. If the case is being litigated, your lawyers office needs to make the call. Regardless, it is simple and easy to retrieve on the carrier's end.There will not be a 1099 or W2. Also, worker's compensation benefits are not  considered income under the Internal Revenue Code, so look carefully at the way FAFSA asks the question- you may not need this after all.
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