How does one Claim Workman's Compensation as Income on their Tax Returns?
This is the only income that I have had all year...
- Bostonian In MOLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
It's not taxable income. If it's all the income that you had, you don't owe any tax. (And since you didn't have any earned income, you can't claim the EITC either.)
- strawberrycrushLv 41 decade ago
You don't. You are not required to file this year, however you may want to file for a homestead or utility credit on your state return if your states has such a thing.Source(s): I'm a tax advisor.