Holocaust Survivors May Exclude Restitution Payments From Income
Holocaust survivors, their heirs or estates will receive the full benefit of any restitution payment made by governments or industry. Restitution payments are excluded from federal taxes and should not be included as income or listed anywhere else on federal tax returns.
The restitution payments stem from World War II and are part of an on-going program by nations and industries that benefited from the forced labor or property confiscation of Nazi-era victims to compensate those victims.
Consult your tax preparer for more information if this affects you.
This daily Tax Tip has been provided by the Internal Revenue Service.
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