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falsi fiable on Jan 09, 2013
If nobody else claims you as a dependent, you would be entitled to a refund of all FEDERAL INCOME TAXES withheld from your paychecks. You never get a refund of Social Security or Medicare taxes, unless you hold two jobs and too much was withheld (highly unlikely).
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rtfm on Jan 09, 2013
No way to tell without knowing your filing status, the number of dependents you have, any deductions you may be able to claim, any credits you may be entitled to, and how much was withheld.
Could be zero. Could be thousands (especially if you have children you’re supporting).
Pascal the Gambler on Jan 09, 2013
Are yo a dependent or not? If not, all federal withheld and some EIC. If you are, it depends on what was withheld.
tro on Jan 09, 2013
not enough information
but if you are single, no dependents your non taxable income is $ 9750, if you had any income tax withheld you very likely will get that refunded
if you are 25 you might have some EIC coming as well
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