How Much Money can I Make Before I Pay Taxes?


If you are an unmarried individual who can not be claimed as a dependent and are 65 years or younger, then you do not have to file for taxes if you made less than $9350. However, if you had money withheld for taxes, you will want to file in order to receive a refund of that money. You can find out more information here:
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