I am a full time student and recently got a job. I'm 23 years old so I am still dependent. Do I have to file tax? How much do I have to make yearly to file tax?
Just because you are a full time student and only 23 yrs old doesn't make you a dependent. Also, if you don't file a tax return, how do you expect to get back the taxes that were withheld?
It doesn't matter how much you make that determines whether you file a tax return or not. If you have at least $1 withheld for federal or state income tax, you should file a return. For someone like you, it will take longer to write your name, address and SSN than to actually complete the form.
As a dependent if your gross wages are more than $6,300 you must file a return. If you have $300 or more in unearned income (dividends, interest, capital gains, etc.) and any earned income you must file a return. If your earnings are less you are not required to file a return however if any federal income tax was withheld from your pay you must file to have that refunded to you.
You can file at any income level, not required until after about $6000 as a dependent.
if you got a job and they withheld income tax that you might not owe, you would want to file to get that refunded to you
you are allowed for 2016 as single and a dependent up to $6400 non taxable
yes if you mke over 6300 a year with tax taken out, of $400 year if it isn't.