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Taxable income includes:

A. child support payments.

B. sick pay.

C. welfare payments.

D. workers' compensation payments.

is it D

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    welfare payments are not taxable income

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    child support income is not taxable.

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    so its B

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    No, read the first sentence

    "Sick pay is taxable as wages and must be reported on your tax return unless it qualifies as workers' compensation."

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