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Thread: Taxes on Sportsbook/Gambling Winnings

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    GunLoad Trainee BoshkolElsa's Avatar
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    Default Taxes on Sportsbook/Gambling Winnings

    I live in Michigan and I know the income tax rate is 4.25%. Is it correct that the federal tax rate on sportsbook/gambling winnings is a flat 24%?

    My second question is what are consider winnings? Iíve read a couple different things. Lets say I place a $50 bet and it pays out $100. Do I pay tax on the $100 or just the $50 I won?

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