Does a single 19 year old in Maryland whose made less than $5,000 this year have to file taxes?
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No. Under age 65 single person filing threshold is $10,400 gross income for 2018. You only need to file to obtain a refund of any income tax withheld from W-2 wages. 30+ years experience and further information is at www.beatsonlaw.com Please contact my office if I can be of assistance to you or people you know. Thank you.
Bob Beatson, 11-16-2018, 7:35 p.m. EST
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