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Old 03-18-2008, 08:56 PM
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For year 2007, my income/wages earned from W2's was virtually zero (<$500.00). Does this "so-low" amount disqualify me from any of the standard-issue refunds/credits? I own my home and I'm a single-parent, though as fate would have it, this is an odd year; when the ex- gets to claim our son. Is there anything at all out there... head of household, homeowner... gulp???

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How are you making your household payments if you are only making <$500 per year?

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Old 06-01-2008, 07:07 AM
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How are you making your household payments if you are only making <$500 per year?
Not per year, just this... rather last year (2007). Sorry for the delay in replying, I didn't think any one would answer. The direct answer to your question is that I've managed to make my mortgage and car payments and basic living expenses withor from monthly un/non-taxed child-support and a the balance of an un/non-taxed workers comp. claim. Of course the workers comp funds are pretty much depleted now. I think I already know the answer to this quickie follow-up, but does this paultry amount for year 2007 also prohibit me from getting a stimulous check this year? thank you



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