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How much would the tax be on $15,000 if you are filing now?

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How much would the tax be on $15,000 if you are filing now and are 65+?

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Hello,

If you have $15,000 if taxable income in 2009 and you are 65+ and single

-- your standard deduction would be $5700

-- additional senior deduction $1400

-- personal exemption for one person $3650

Your taxable income will be $4250

Estimated tax liability - $425

If that income from work - you might be eligible for $400 Making Work Pay credit - please verify. But if you received $250 Economic Recovery Payment from SSA - your credit will be reduced.

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Customer reply replied 8 years ago

About 1/2 is from work, and the remainder from investments I sold.

What type of investment?

It that long term or short term?

What is the amount of your wages?

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Customer reply replied 8 years ago

Hartford Strategic Income Fund & Loomis Sayles Investment Grade Bond Fund.

Long Term (meaning over a year)

Wages:$8,012

Thanks

As you are below 15% tax bracket - you are actually in 10% tax bracket - long term capital gain is taxes at ZERO percent - that is for 2009 and 2010.

So your only taxable income are your wages.

Your deductions are

-- your standard deduction would be $5700

-- additional senior deduction $1400

-- personal exemption for one person $3650

So your deductions are more than your taxable income and - you do not owe any taxes.

If any income taxes were withheld from your wages - you need to file your tax return to get them refunded.

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Customer reply replied 8 years ago

I am wanting to know if there is zero tax on long term gains for 2008? If not what was the tax percentage.

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There was no zero tax rate in 2008, and your long term capital gain should be taxed at 5%.

If you have $15,000 if taxable income in 2008 and you are 65+ and single

-- your standard deduction would be $5450

-- additional senior deduction $1350

-- personal exemption for one person $3500

Total exemptions - $10,300

Your taxable income will be $4700

Estimated tax liability assuming long term capital gain - $235

Plus, you will have penalties for late filing and late payment.

Let me know if you need any help.

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