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I am a native american and live on tribal land. I would like

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I am a native american and live on tribal land. I would like to start a small business and run it from my home. Am I required to pay federal or state taxes?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Lev replied 7 years ago.

Please be aware that the IRS emphasizes to taxpayers, promoters, and return preparers that there is no right to exemption from federal income tax for Native Americans under an unspecified “Native American Treaty.” Any return position based on an unspecified “Native American Treaty” has no merit and is frivolous. As a general rule, Native Americans are subject to federal income tax just like every other American.
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Please see examples provided by the IRS.


Similar situation is with possible state income tax liability.

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