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  • My 92-year-old mom has 23,628 in social security benefits. Does she have to file a tax return?
  • If I live in Florida, but I have three businesses in Illinois, do I have to pay the state sales tax on my income from them?
  • I filed my return electronically and it's been accepted. I received a 1099 I wasn't expecting. I don't mind filing an amended return, but will it hold up my pending return?
  • I run a motorcycle owner’s group and we have an online store. Do I need to establish non-profit?
  • I leased a vehicle and paid taxes in the lease. I bought the vehicle, and they said I would have to pay another $800 in taxes. Why do I have to pay more in taxes if I paid them through my lease?

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