This happens quite frequently after the purchase. It had to do with the timing and the valuation of the property. The property usually has increased in value since the last property tax assessment. This is why you received the supplemental tax bill. The good news is that it should not happen...Read more »
Yes, if that was for your business. Also, look at the causes of actions on the complaint. If there are 4 of them (for example) and the settlement is for 2 cause of actions then the IRS tries to limit your deduction, so make sure the settlement paperwork states the settlement is for the deductible...Read more »
I sell insurance products exclusively for one insurance provider. I earn income via commissions from my sales. I'm a 1099 filer. Can I be garnished by an earnings withholding order served against the company whom I sell insurance for?
Credit card liabilities to banks? I read the Calif Corp Codes and it looks like you can't dissolve until you handle your finances. Can I just resign from my disregarded entity and then after 5 years if none of the creditors come after me, then is this business considered terminated?... Read more »
There is a law that prohibits the FTB from going after your personal bank account for an LLC franchise fee, unless a member has taken assets from the LLC for less than value. In your case you do not have to pay the $800 if the entity is not doing business any more, even if your company gets the...Read more »
Yes, they do. They don't let the person know they are investigating until it is too late. It is best to stay out of the IRS' radar for tax fraud. The best way is to file taxes and yes, report all income. I know it is a bit cliché but it is the...Read more »
Inheritance tax is now $5,250,000. If the property is greater than that amount then your dad might want to consider gifting part of the estate away during his life. Otherwise, it may not be smart to give lifetime gifts.
The above is not legal advice. It is an illustration of options...Read more »
I think the question you are asking is how do I prove a breach of contract on an oral contract. That can be difficult but you can use witness statements, emails, text, letters all supporting the breach.
You said fully executed. That would mean signed. Then you would not be able to rescind it without a valid reason for rescission. If it has not been signed by the other party then you can immediately send out a statement that you are rescinding the contract.
A mortgage delay service was used to delay the trustee sale and a contract was signed in Sacramento County but the delay service is located in Monrova, CA, LA County. If the delay service were to take the customer to court, which county would that be?
When I went to turn in my lease I was going it buy them out if they were going to charge me for the minor dents in the hood they said that they weren't. I had gotten that confirmation from two people the lease guy and the used car guy at the dealership. I have recently receive a letter from... Read more »
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