I never work for the company so there's no hours or anything attached on the what's the best way for me to have them fill out the 1099 and what item and percentage or items and percentages should I put it on the 1099 I want to pay as little amount of taxes as possible
Neither the federal government (the IRS), nor your state, can tax you on the settlement or verdict proceeds in most personal injury claims. Federal tax law, for one, excludes damages received as a result of personal physical injuries or physical sickness from a taxpayer's gross income....Read more »
I began and dissolved a single entity LLC in California which was only 5 weeks in duration Jan-Feb 2018. I immediately filed a 568 form for 2018 after dissolving it, declaring the business was short term and no business was actually ever done in it. Just a few days ago I received a bill with... Read more »
A federal tax lien attaches only to the property in which you have an ownership interest. Your father's status as a co-signer on your auto lease does not serve to place any of his property at risk with regard to your tax obligation.
It is unusual for a hospital to deny service after bankruptcy unless the patient demonstrates an inability to pay the new bill. If you have insurance or other form of guaranteed payment, the hospital will likely treat you.
Are you having difficulty keeping up with your bills? Are you thinking how liberating it would feel if you could just call up a magic genie from a bottle and wish for no debt? Unfortunately, it's not quite that easy. But there are some federal laws that can help you manage or eliminate that...Read more »
I am a Vietnam veteran, who is 65 years old, and on social security. I owe many years back taxes in the state of California. I do not owe all the money they say I must pay. It is a complicated case. I want to know: if I tell them I need to find an attorney, by law, am I allowed more time to... Read more »
I have received a "Notice of Deficiency" from IRS, for over $46,000! I did not file my taxes for the years 2013 and 2014. Hence, IRS filed my taxes for me. They filed as "married filling SEPARATELY", and didn't claim any deductions.
amount for 2009 that I never filed. I recently filed and found that I did not owe for this year. The Franchise Tax Board told me that I was not entitled these monies back as the garnishments took place more than a year ago. Is this true? Or do I have a right to this overpaid tax?
Secured debts are treated differently in Chapter 7 bankruptcy than other kinds of debts. Although the secured debt itself may be discharged in bankruptcy (and usually is), the creditor may still have a right to take the property back if you default on the payments.
Had to create an estate due to no will being on record for mother. EIN was obtained to create the estate. The assets of the estate were valued at $6483 piece of property. There was nothing that produced income.
IRS Form 1041, U.S. Income Tax Return for Estates and Trusts, is required if the estate generates more than $600 in annual gross income. The decedent and their estate are separate taxable entities. Before filing Form 1041, you will need to obtain a tax ID number for the estate.
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