Your Personal Finance Questions – Is My Daughter Eligible for a Tax Refund After Her Summer Job in the US?

Q My daughter is returning from her J1 summer in America. She has been working since the day she arrived at the beginning of June and earns a decent amount of money. She doesn’t know anything about filing a tax return, but I’m pretty sure she’ll be eligible for a tax refund. Is this the case and does she need to make a statement before coming home?

A You’re right. According to Taxback.com executive director Joanna Murphy, there’s a good chance your daughter is entitled to a refund. And if she made more than $3,950 over the summer, she’s required to file a nonresident tax return.

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