Is it true that people on disability income don’t pay taxes?
Asked by: emeka22uche
I think I’ve read somewhere recently that if you are on some disability status (for instance, suffering from depression) and not working, you are exempt from paying taxes. Is this true? If so, why, and how can this be detrimental? I heard someone say that it’s good to help cure the disabled so they can finally start paying taxes, but why is this important? Thank you for your answers.
How others found here:
- IRS attorney disability income