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If I paid tax estimates but had no income this year, do I still

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If I paid tax estimates but had no income this year, do I still need to file a tax return?
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In brief, if you had no income, you are not required to file a return. However, if you want to get a refund of the estimated tax payments made, you will need to file a tax return. On a different note, know that the IRS does not like when people make unwarranted estimated tax payments.

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