what is the maximum age where you are no longer required to file federal income taxes?
- STEVEN FLv 78 months ago
DEAD + 100.
The ONLY time age is a factor in being REQUIRED to file a tax return is is you are YOUNG enough to be claimed as a dependent by your parents.
- 8 months ago
65 years of age
- StephenWeinsteinLv 78 months ago
There is none.
You need to file every year that your income is high enough, up to and including the year that you die.
Even if you are 120 (which is unlikely, because oldest living person in the world is thought to be only 116 right now), you still have to file if your income is enough.
You are never no longer required to file merely because of your age.
You are no longer required to file when your income is too low to be required to file.
- JudyLv 78 months ago
There is no maximum age. Depends on your INCOME. Someone with a decent retirement income could be 110 and still have to file.
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- EvaLv 58 months ago
There is no age limit. It's based on the amount and source of your income.
- ShayLv 78 months ago
There is no age limit.
Filing a federal income tax return is based on INCOME - type of income and amount of income matter - not how old the tax payer is.
- babyboomer1001Lv 78 months ago
There is no maximum age. If you have income, you have to file. SS and investments ARE income. If you live on the streets, out of garbage cans, with zero income, no matter what your age - you don't have to file.
- mokrieLv 78 months ago
As long as there is income from investments or annuities you will pay taxes until you die.
- Anonymous8 months ago
10 years after you die
- KLBLv 68 months ago
no age. depends on how you set up your payroll, then retirement funds.