I am executer over estate. Original plan was for me to buy out my siblings. We cannot agree on a price bc they want 20k more than appraisal. This has been going on for 3 yrs now. I have paid ALL expenses, including 5 yrs now of taxes. The 2 yrs behind my mother owed and the3 since her passing.
The Texas Tax Code defines a "taxing unit" as follows: " 'Taxing unit' means a county, an incorporated city or town (including a home-rule city), a school district, a special district or authority (including a junior college district, a hospital district, a district...Read more »
man has also passed leaving a wife. Her name is not on the warranty deed but she has agreed to sign property over to me. How can this be done easily? Also there is a lien in my father's name against property.
Well it can be done but probably not easily. The wife is actually making a gift to you since it is her property to deal with as she wishes. A deed would transfer the property back to you and there would have to be a release of the lien. You should get with a real estate attorney who can...Read more »
No, Mississippi does not exempt religious organizations from sales tax. However, churches may be exempt on the purchase of utilities if they qualify for a federal income tax exemption under 26 USCS Section 501(c)(3) if the utilities are used on a property that is primarily used for religions or...Read more »
It sounds like you suspect that your husband has acted fraudulently. This situation is much more common that you might think. Therefore, IRS has organized several methods for you to report the tax return filing, to report the inappropriate claim of dependents, and to clear your good name. You will...Read more »
In most states the owner of the car is responsible for all taxes owed on it; however, that information is not as readily available as it is in other situations--like real estate taxes and IRS liens on real property. The general rule is that taxes go along with the items bought, which means you, as...Read more »
"Depending upon tax type, the statute of limitations begins running when a tax return is filed, or on the due date of the return. The statute of limitations is typically 36 months from that date as specified in the various tax laws.
If a tax return is filed prior to the due date of the...Read more »
If the children lived with you for at least six months of the tax year and if you provided more than half of their living expenses for the tax year or if you get the noncustodial parent to sign an IRS Form 8332, you can claim them.
A couple of the properties are 3 years behind on taxes. What steps can I take to own them? If one of the houses are abandoned, can I file some paperwork and do some work to become the owner? I am the only lien holder on a couple and there's a couple lien holders on the others.
I’m not sure that I understand your question. But I have included some information below, taken from the State of MS website. I encourage you to contact a tax professional to take advantage of all tax benefits.
“If you are a Mississippi resident and earn income from another state, you...Read more »
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