Workers' Compensation Acts


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Workers' Compensation Acts

American legislation at individual state levels regulating workers' compensation insurance, which covers medical care in the event that an employee is injured at work. Workers' compensation acts generally require employers to purchase this insurance for their employees.
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In Byrne, the taxpayer received his benefits under the second portion of the California statute, which addresses injuries arising during the course of judicial service, in the nature of a workers' compensation act under Sec.
Thus, payments made under a statute in the nature of a workers' compensation act will be excluded from wages for FICA purposes.
104(a)(1) excludes from gross income amounts received under workers' compensation acts as compensation for personal injuries.
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