I have a federal tax debt which expired in Feb this year due to 10 year statute passing. The agent colecting on more recent tax debt seized bank account for and got more money than I owed. He took the extra money and applied it to the expired tax debt and now says he is going to reopen that debt... Read more »
As most attorneys might say "It depends." It all depends on when the assessment on the tax account was made. For instance, if you owed money at the end of filing your return in 2012 and the government audits that return in 2014 and make additional assessments, then the statute runs from...Read more »
does he need to put her in his taxes even though ive had her all year and ive supported her myself ,we never married and i already claimed her in mines ... he claims he cant file an extension without putting her down
The issue is that the tax rate is 1.5% and the rental company takes the other 1% as an admin fee. They don’t disclose a monthly admin fee in the lease or tell you that the chandler tax is only 1.5%. I think this is deceptive but they are doing this to hundreds of renters. I’m also not sure... Read more »
I am behind in child support and she is using that as justification for claiming him. I am open to an agreement where I can claim him for the next two years, but hold little hope she will agree to that. What steps do I need to take to insure this does not happen in the future. Thank you for your... Read more »
Look at your divorce agreement. Some agreements will allow the parent who is receiving child support to claim the child if the other parent is behind on child support. If that is not the case then likely your only recourse will be to take her back to court to enforce your agreement.
My child support amount changed twice this year so there were two months that werent paid on time. But i calculated that i paid over what has been ordered for the year and have all of my receipts but my kids mom will states that i didnt pay on time and refuses to let me claim them.
The commissioner is correct. As long as you have paid all of your child support by December 31 of any given year, you can claim your child for purposes of the minor child tax credit and minor child tax exemptions if it is your year to do so.
Court order states custodial claims child 1 and non-custodial claims child 2. Custodial claimed 1&2. This is intentional. Currently in court to change child support. Nothing concrete yet to change filing status and/or child support.
I recommend that you meet with your CPA and make sure that your taxes are filed correctly. You cannot control what your ex does on his tax return. But you can make sure that your return is correct. If there is an audit, your ex will have to support his action in taking both exemptions. If he...Read more »
My ex took my kids out of state without my permission while I was at work. We are in the middle of a custody case. Last year she claimed all our children behind my back. When her and the kids were still with me until Sept of 2016. There was no way she supported us and all 3 kids on her income. As... Read more »
Turns out there are two parcel numbers for my home's property taxes and only one has been getting paid. The other hasn't been paid since 2015 (I purchased the house in August 2018) leaving a tax lien on the house. I contacted the title company which has been claiming to be working on a... Read more »
You were right to make a claim against your title insurer. The title insurer will try to collect from the seller. The taxes are the seller's obligation. But the title company should bring the taxes current asap even if they cannot collect from the seller. I would continue to follow up and...Read more »
My Ch. 7 BK closed in Aug of '16. My '16 refund was filed in Feb of '17. The trustee had my federal refund sent directly to him and is still requesting my state refund be sent. If the BK is closed, why would he be able to hold those funds and what would they be used for?
A tax refund for the 2016 tax year would represent an overpayment of taxes throughout that year. As such, you were "owed" that money, or at least a portion of it, as of the time of your filing, which makes it part of your bankruptcy estate. The trustee would use any such estate funds to...Read more »
Received the green card upon landing, stayed for 3 weeks, and never come to US again
Q1: I am assuming his green card status automatically canceled and NO further action needs to be done. If he needs to come to US again in the future, he can apply for a visitor visa. Can you confirm?... Read more »
I am not an immigration attorney, but it is my understanding that the cancellation of a green card due to abandonment does not occur automatically. While USCIS can revoke Green Card status due to abandonment, it must take affirmative action to do so. If a Green Card holder has not received notice...Read more »
Replacement value of my belongings is around 30 - $50,000. Possibly more. There was no insurance. I had my apartment tested, and it came back positive for mycotoxins. the management company would do nothing aside from sending a maintenance man to look stating it was just dust or dirt. This has... Read more »
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal...Read more »
If my husband hasn't filed taxes prior to or during our marriage, am I responsible for them now that we are married? His health not good,if he passes away, would I be responsible for his prior taxes, he was getting medical disability and disability ins. from a prior business he once... Read more »
My parents foreclosed on original home. Didn't qualify due to credit when they wanted to buy again so they asked me to sign for home. I am the only one on both title and mortgage. Credit is good now and they want me to transfer home to their name by quit-claiming deed and having them assume... Read more »
When I sell my home and purchase another home, will the profits from the sale of my home be exempt from taxes if I use the money to renovate, fix up my next home purchase or use the profits for down payment on new home?
Seems like you may be out of luck by exhausting the legal courses of action you described. Consult a tax lawyer for advice and perhaps for an offer-in-compromise or an installment plan if your circumstances merit.
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