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I am a student who is also working. If I make under $10,000 per year do I need to file a US tax return?

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Steven Potts JD EA IAR
Assuming that you are single and under the age of 65, if you have earned in excess of $9,750 you must file a tax return. Be sure to coordinate with your parents, if you are still potentially on their tax return, to determine the claiming of the exemption and possible credits.
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Kelly Estep
Ok there are many questions to get to the bottom of this but the very simple answer is yes...if you are a W2 employee and you made more the $5950. If your are is under 24, there are special rules, that your parent(s) may take you and claim your income....If you want to comment back I can help you more.
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