IRS: Residents of more than a dozen states do not need to report ‘special payments’ for welfare, disaster relief on their federal return

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The IRS on Friday issued federal tax guidance for millions of Americans who received state rebates or payments in 2022.

The announcement came about a week after the agency had urged those taxpayers to hold off on filing while it determined if the funds are taxable on federal returns.

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