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Is maternity leave benefits taxable in Washington state
AI accountant’s answer:
In Washington state, there is no individual income tax, so maternity leave benefits are not subject to state income tax. However, these benefits may be subject to federal income tax depending on the source of the benefits. If your maternity leave benefits are paid by your employer or through an insurance plan, they may be considered taxable income on your federal income tax return. You should consult with a tax professional to determine the specific tax treatment of your maternity leave benefits for federal tax purposes.
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