Do veterans have to pay taxes?
Yes everybody must pay taxes.
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You don't have to pay taxes if you don't want to, but you may be subject to fines and punishments depending on where you live.
Un-answerable. (first by "you" I suspect you mean "everyone"). All taxes are paid by someone, or something (a company for example). But not everyone pays all taxes, cert…ainly not all the time. What taxes are paid depends on what you define as taxes, who, what, where you are and what your doing..as well as many other things. (For example...you could well pay "death" taxes...that is taxes due upon the transfer of your assets on death...but it seems true, you'll only pay those once, and only if you have assets of the type and amount that these taxes apply to). Change the request to "How many citizens of Wisonsin pay state income tax?"
Michael lake and Amish...
something you exchange with a friend that the gov. does not know about.
No Veterans service connected disability pay is not reported on your income tax return. You do receive a 1099 information form from the VA for the amount of your disability pa…y that youu receive during the year.
Your GI bill is paid each month for the first year you're in service. If you haven't done this (i.e., you declined the GI Bill when you were in-processing at the AG Battalion …prior to Basic Training), then it's too late to pay into it.
No, not that I have ever heard of. The only way a veteran's burial is paid for in full is if they were killed in the line of service. They will provide a basic military headst…one if buried in a VA cemetary and a one time assistance payment of approximately 250$
50 % of wage earners pay no taxes!!
Sutent is prescribed by my dad's oncologist at his medical center (not a VA hospital). It is the only drug the FDA recommends for advanced rental cell cancer. Dad gets his oth…er meds through the VA as he is a Korean War veteran. Does the VA cover Sutent?
Federal taxes are paid to the Internal Revenue Service.
If your disability payments are through the VA then they are tax free and are not considered taxable income.
In most states in the United States veterans are required to pay property taxes, unless they qualify as a permanently disabled veteran. Some stated allow for the late payment …of real estate taxes for active service in the armed forces (for example in Iraq) or returning troops. Ask your local assessor or tax collector for your state about how veterans can qualify.
No, a veteran will not have to pay alimony out of their VA pay.