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he have any liability for this. Said he overlooked it and was sorry.
answered on Mar 24, 2023
Yes, he is potentially liable for any interest and/or penalties. However, it is likely the IRS will waive any penalties under the circumstances presented.
Of course, you are still liable for the unpaid taxes which you would have had to pay last year had your accountant not overlooked your 1099.
Publication number: 20200390360
Filed: Aug 19, 2020
Publication Date: Dec 17, 2020
Inventor: Da LI (West Covina, CA)
Application Number: 16/997,656
answered on Mar 19, 2023
If you are experiencing distressing or unusual symptoms, it is recommended to consult with a medical or mental health professional who can evaluate your symptoms and provide appropriate treatment options. They can also provide guidance on resources for coping with your symptoms and connecting you... Read more »
Filed chapter 7 bankruptcy vehicle never repossessed left on my property almost 5 years now can I claim as abandoned property?
answered on Mar 19, 2023
You can try. Laws regarding abandoned property vary from state to state.
Teen daughters danced at a studio. Annually fill/sign a standardized code of conduct form agreeing to policy of treatment of others. My kids (and others) were bullied by suburb mean girls. Owner informed. Kids were blamed by owner instead of helping. We told our kids to be overly nice (too nice to... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
I absolutely understand your frustration- both of my daughters danced on competitive teams for several years (my wife was also the varsity dance coach at Urbandale High School for several years). However, this is not a matter to be litigated in court (small claims or otherwise). If I were you, I... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2023
That would be stealing from the nursing home and, depending on if they were a licensed professional, could be diversion of the drug from a patient. Then it would get into from where in the nursing home the drug were removed. Was it in the hall cart or from the emergency department supply?... Read more »
Daughter had green light. Slammed on her breaks as she saw him entering into the intersection. Insurance is trying comparative fault since she 'saw him' even though she tried to stop but couldn't entirely before he hit her. Witness said he was speeding but he wasn't cited for... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2023
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I hope everyone involved is okay. They could try, but their witness already concedes that he went through a red light. Good luck
answered on Mar 8, 2023
A quick check indicates that Iowa does NOT recognize the federal bankruptcy exemptions, so you'd be subject to the Iowa state statutes for any exempt property.
I strongly recommend that you speak with an experienced Iowa attorney to determine the nature and extent of exempt property... Read more »
What will what happen to me
answered on Feb 28, 2023
The Nyquil defense rarely works. This article explains why: https://michigancriminaldefenseattorneys.org/nyquil-as-an-alcohol-test-defense/
The quantity of Nyquil taken for a cold is just too small by itself to cause an alcohol test to come back positive.
answered on Feb 27, 2023
Quickest way is for you to google Official Bankruptcy Forms, and you should end up on the site for the official Iowa bankruptcy court. And alternative is to go to bankruptcydata, com, and click on "free resources", which will take you to a list of every official bankruptcy court site.... Read more »
Girlfriends vehicle what options do I have regarding responsibility or bankruptcy
answered on Feb 27, 2023
Much of the best answer depends upon whether/what docs you signed regarding the auto loan.
That the auto loan lender "filed a lien" against you strongly suggests that you signed some form of personal guaranty of payment on that loan. If so, and the loan is in default, the lender... Read more »
I used my deferral judgment to get does charges off my background
answered on Feb 25, 2023
As a general rule, individuals who have been convicted of a crime may not be eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship until a certain amount of time has passed after the conviction. The length of time can vary depending on the nature of the crime and other factors, such as whether the person has... Read more »
They have served me papers including interest and fees.
answered on Feb 24, 2023
Maybe. Prejudgment interest can accrue at a statutory rate on the amount owed. An Attorney would have to review the complaint.
answered on Feb 17, 2023
If you miss work time due to a compensable work related injury, your employer (or its worker’s’ compensation insurance carrier) should be timely paying you temporary, partial disability (TPD) benefits.
Points = my attendance for my works compensation accident.
answered on Feb 16, 2023
If your torn bicep is due to a work related injury, you need to immediately pursue a worker’s’ compensation claim. If the injury isn’t work related, you should inquire as to whether you are eligible for FMLA time.
I have receipts for all my items that was stolen,there insurance company has been provided with the Police report,my receipts for stolen items and pictures of My stolen tools also.But there insurance adjuster is using every excuse in the world to not pay out my ligit insurance claim.
answered on Feb 7, 2023
Ordinarily, a self-storage facility is not legally responsible for the theft of items from an individual renter’s storage unit.
Individual renters purchase insurance to cover theft or damage to their own stored property.
You store it. You lock it. You keep the key. And you keep... Read more »
answered on Jan 24, 2023
What’s the case name? There’s no way to answer your question without first reading the Supreme Court’s opinion.
Hello, My daughter has a house that she bought with an ex-boyfriend (never married). When they split up, they signed a contract saying she had 100% posession to the house for 5 years (until Mar 2023 - when the grant for 1st time home buyer ends). After that, she has 1st chance on refinancing/buying... Read more »
answered on Jan 10, 2023
Your daughter needs to retain a real estate attorney as soon as possible.
handled in family court. But the judge gave me an appeal bond. Of 300. I'm suing a woman who new all along a child was not mines and admitted it 9 years later, the child was not mines, I'm suing her for child support paid by me 1,300 dollars. Can I pay the appeal bond and proceed or go to... Read more »
answered on Jan 10, 2023
You need to immediately retain an attorney who handles family law matters.
answered on Jan 4, 2023
What is your question? What you wrote is not a statement or a question. Rewrite it please.
i was inside my apartment at the time and notice my truck wasnt parked where i usually park it.
answered on Jan 2, 2023
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In general nationwide, such situations could be covered by the damaged neighbor's homeowner policy if they choose to file a claim. If that happens, the homeowner's carrier has the right to recover their... Read more »
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