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Do I have to file an Arkansas return?

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Do I have to file an Arkansas return?

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Whether or not you have to file a tax return depends on your filing status, age, and gross income. The situations you are about to see are requirements for filing for individuals who are full year residents of Arkansas. You will see the filing status, age, and amount of gross income that would require you to file. You must file a tax return if you are:


Single (Including divorced Single or legally separated) with income of $12,260 or more

Head of Household with 1 or no dependents and income of at least $17,431
Head of Household with 2 or more dependents and income of at leaast $20,778

Married Filing Joint  with 1 or no dependents and minimum income of $20,675

Married Filing Joint with 2 or more dependents and income of $24,883 or more
Married Filing Separately with gross income of $5,099 or more


 

Widowed in 2016 or 2017 Qualifying Widow(er), not remarried in 2018 with 1 or no dependents $17,431,

                                      Qualifying Widow(er) with 2 or more dependents $20,778

 

Nonresidents or Part-Year Residents who received income from Arkansas sources must file an Arkansas form AR1000NR, regardless of the amount of income received.

If you have a tax due, you must file a return, even if your income was less than the amount stated as your filing requirement. Even if you do not meet any of the requirements mentioned above, you should still file a return if you are due a refund.


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Views: 776 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Jan 04, 2019
Posted in: States, Arkansas

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