Taxable year


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Taxable year

The 12-month period an individual uses to report income for income tax purposes. For most individuals, their tax year is the calendar year.

Tax Year

The year during which one's taxable income is considered. That is, the tax year is any 12-month period during which a government calculates one's tax liability. Normally, this is simply the calendar year, but it may also be a fiscal year.
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