Is it possible to ask a judge to waive or reduce the tax, the vehicle is in poor condition and not worth much
answered on Mar 23, 2022
Aloha, this is a question best left to your local DMV. Usually, if a car is not to be used for an extended period of time, it is advisable to turn in the license plates and obtain a "storage certificate" the issuance of same would stop registration fees and taxes from accruing. The courts... Read more »
How do i remedy and is it possible to claim refund of overpayment.
answered on Oct 13, 2020
Sure. But you will have to file an amended tax return for each of the years you say was your tax was calculated on gross income instead of net.
answered on May 11, 2020
Probably. I'd need more info to be sure but generally the income worldwide of a US citizen is taxed under US law. The TCJA was supposed to fix that and most professionals agree that it actually made is worse.
I would hire a professional to do the return.
Best of luck.
Sibling was executor of our mothers' estate and moved his family in immediately after she died. I never received a deed. I lived out of state with my husband at the time. There is no tenants agreement. Sibling unable to buy me out at that time. I did not ask for compensation for him and his... Read more »
answered on Nov 5, 2019
If you did not sign the note for the current debt, then you are not personally liable on it. If you did not sign the mortgage that secures the current debt, then your share of the property is not liable for the current debt either.
If your sibling insists that you pay for half of the... Read more »
Business no longer making income for pass 5 years
answered on Aug 29, 2019
When you setup an installment agreement that stops the garnishment, however it frequently happens that the paperwork is not processed correctly and the garnishment does not stop, If that's the case contact your employer to see if they are processing it and if they have not received any... Read more »
If so, then all presidents of corporation are personally responsible for all debts due from corporation. So a corporation such as me how Corp went bankrupt the president of that corp is personally responsible to distribute funds from personal finances to pay creditors?
answered on Jun 20, 2019
Based upon your example, it is clear that your understanding of state tax law is incorrect. Consult a CPA or tax lawyer.
answered on Jun 7, 2019
I would not try to do that unless you are a lawyer or otherwise have financial services credentials or debt collection credentials issued by Hawaii.
I was told that they had documents for my arrest which they would hold off if I make payments.
answered on Sep 17, 2018
It sounds like a scammer. The IRS does not call you over the phone to threaten you with jail. I suggest you report the number to the Treasury Inspector General's office (TIGTA) https://www.treasury.gov/tigta/contact.shtml
If you should get another call say that you will report them to TIGTA.
Do I need to file a return to start the clock because I was living in Hawaii in 2009-2010, and my employer didn't take out taxes( I was considered self employed) but that was almost 10 years ago so I was a dumb kid, and my employer didn't tell me I needed to ( I'm 33 now) anyways... Read more »
answered on May 23, 2018
I am not a Hawaii based tax attorney but most states and the federal government don’t start the statute of limitations on collections or audits until you have actually filed a return or the government filed one for you. They may not have any record of you having income in some instances, but... Read more »
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