- If you made over $400 as self-employed person, you are required to file and pay self employment taxes.
You are self-employed if you are fall in any of the following groups: You are an independent contractor, a sole proprietor, a member of a partnership, or are in a business for yourself in any other way.)
- Filing Requirements for most taxpayers.
|Filing Status||Minimum Gross Income (under 65)||Minimum Gross Income (65+)|
|Head of Household||$12,850||$14,350|
|Married Filing Jointly||$20,000||$21,200 (one spouse)|
$22,400 (both spouses)
|Married Filing Separately||$3,900||$3,900|
|Widow with Dependent Child||$16,100||$17,300|
- Church employees who are paid more than $108.28 in wages not subject to Social Security or Medicare taxes are also required to file.
- Children and Dependents are required to file if they make m
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ore than $1000 in unearned income (ie, interest, dividends) or $6100 in earned income.