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ANDY NOLEN HOUSTON CRIMINAL LAWYER
OVER 17 YEARS  CRIMINAL LAW EXPERIENCE
LICENSED IN BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL COURT
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Any time you are charged with a criminal charge it is a very serious
matter requiring a
criminal lawyer.


Long term effects can include a criminal record FOR LIFE, affect your
ability to get a job, obtain credit including denial of a mortgage
application, loss of your Driver's License, surcharges on your
License......and the list goes on and on.  These can be avoided with a good
Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer.
ARE YOU FACING A
CRIMINAL CHARGE?

If so, you need a lawyer
with experience in
criminal courts.

Houston Criminal
Attorney Andy Nolen has
over 17 years criminal
defense experience.
The Houston, Texas,  law firm of Andy Nolen,  represents people who have been accused of a state crime in Texas, including in communities such as
League City, Angleton, Pearland, Alvin, Clear Lake, Sugar Land, The Woodlands, Baytown, Pasadena, Memorial, Spring Branch, River Oaks, West
University, and Bellaire. Counties that this firm serves include: Galveston County • Fort Bend County • Montgomery County • Brazoria County • Harris
County.  Cases handled include: Domestic Violence, Theft, Shoplifting, Drunk Driving, Evading Arrest.  All misdemeanors including DWI, also called DUI
and all Felonies.
Our law firm has handled thousands of criminal charges including:

Juvenile Law, Family Violence, Assault, Drug Charges, Theft,

Shoplifting, Possession of Marijuana, Felonies, Misdemeanors,

Failure to Stop and Give Information, Reckless Driving,

Possession of a Controlled

Substance, Possession of Cocaine, Motions to Revoke Probation or

Deferred Adjudication, Burglary of a Building or Habitation, Runaway,

Truancy, Vandalism.

We have helped thousands of people get their cases dismissed, reduced,

or kept off their records and

we can help you.



Please call today  713-697-4373
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§ 22. Credit for the elderly and the permanently and totally disabled
How Current is This?
(a) General rule
In the case of a qualified individual, there shall be allowed as a
credit against the tax imposed by this chapter for the taxable year
an amount equal to 15 percent of such individual’s section 22
amount for such taxable year.
(b) Qualified individual
For purposes of this section, the term “qualified individual” means
any individual—
(1) who has attained age 65 before the close of the taxable year, or
(2) who retired on disability before the close of the taxable year and
who, when he retired, was permanently and totally disabled.
(c) Section 22 amount
For purposes of subsection (a)—
(1) In general
An individual’s section 22 amount for the taxable year shall be the
applicable initial amount determined under paragraph (2), reduced
as provided in paragraph (3) and in subsection (d).
(2) Initial amount
(A) In general
Except as provided in subparagraph (B), the initial amount shall
be—
(i) $5,000 in the case of a single individual, or a joint return where
only one spouse is a qualified individual,
(ii) $7,500 in the case of a joint return where both spouses are
qualified individuals, or
(iii) $3,750 in the case of a married individual filing a separate
return.
(B) Limitation in case of individuals who have not attained age 65
(i) In general In the case of a qualified individual who has not
attained age 65 before the close of the taxable year, except as
provided in clause (ii), the initial amount shall not exceed the
disability income for the taxable year.
(ii) Special rules in case of joint return In the case of a joint return
where both spouses are qualified individuals and at least one spouse
has not attained age 65 before the close of the taxable year—
(I) if both spouses have not attained age 65 before the close of the
taxable year, the initial amount shall not exceed the sum of such
spouses’ disability income, or
(II) if one spouse has attained age 65 before the close of the taxable
year, the initial amount shall not exceed the sum of $5,000 plus the
disability income for the taxable year of the spouse who has not
attained age 65 before the close of the taxable year.
(iii) Disability income For purposes of this subparagraph, the term
“disability income” means the aggregate amount includable in the
gross income of the individual for the taxable year under section 72
or 105 (a) to the extent such amount constitutes wages (or
payments in lieu of wages) for the period during which the
individual is absent from work on account of permanent and total
disability.
(3) Reduction
(A) In general
The reduction under this paragraph is an amount equal to the sum
of the amounts received by the individual (or, in the case of a joint
return, by either spouse) as a pension or annuity or as a disability
benefit—
(i) which is excluded from gross income and payable under—
(I) title II of the Social Security Act,
(II) the Railroad Retirement Act of 1974, or
(III) a law administered by the Veterans’ Administration, or
(ii) which is excluded from gross income under any provision of law
not contained in this title.
No reduction shall be made under clause (i)(III) for any amount
described in section 104 (a)(4).
(B) Treatment of certain workmen’s compensation benefits
For purposes of subparagraph (A), any amount treated as a social
security benefit under section 86 (d)(3) shall be treated as a
disability benefit received under title II of the Social Secur