The income from the rental will be given to the pastor for a housing allowance. Would this count as a "religious use" so they can remain tax-exempt for state property tax purposes?
answered on May 20, 2023
The income from the rental would be unrelated business taxable income. The income is 1. from a trade or business; 2. regularly conducted; and 3. not substantially related to their exempt purpose.
A Form 990 would need to be filed and tax paid on the UBIT.
This does not necessarily... Read more »
Or is the property subject to the tax break the irrevocable trust receives?
answered on Mar 29, 2023
Is the real estate taxable by the government? Yes.
Or is the property subject to the tax break the irrevocable trust receives?
It also would receive any tax breaks as well as being taxable.
It's still taxable when the tax assessed is $0.
That's going to... Read more »
My senior class organized a game where everyone bought into the game and the winner receives a cash prize. It is organized by students, not affiliated with the school. Every player signed an agreement that they accepted the rules. Students are being kicked out of the game, despite not violating any... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2023
Contact the Colorado Attorney General to file a consumer protection complaint.
This may also be considered theft and/or fraud. Filing a police report may be appropriate.
You would also have a civil action for breach of... Read more »
The company was paid as private contractors. We waited 2 years for them to build the store they promised, but all they ever did was delay. Now they’ve filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy without ever telling us and we don’t know what, if anything, we can do legally to try and recoup our $30k. The... Read more »
answered on Dec 4, 2022
You would have to reduce the cause of action to a judgement by filing a lawsuit and going through that process. This process will depend on the language in any contracts executed or if there was no contract the state procedural and conflict of law rules.
Once you have a judgement you would... Read more »
Is that legal?
answered on Mar 15, 2023
When does the March 15th payroll close?
If is closes on the last or first of the month you wouldn't have any earnings in the payroll period.
If it ends later, say the 10th, then you sold have a check on the 15th.
That should be covered in your employee manual.... Read more »
answered on Feb 1, 2023
Defense Attorney, Trial Attorney, Litigation Attorney all describe what you need.
answered on Oct 22, 2022
You can file a suit but your chance of success is very low.
You'd be better off submitting a request for refund with the tax agency.
We are suing a Contractor (LLC) and are pretty sure we'll win, but hate to think they can simple dissolve the LLC, and then turn right around and start another Contracting Company (LLC) and get away with it.
answered on Feb 1, 2022
In that scenarios there's a few different approaches to pursue the owners and the new entity. First LLC owners can be responsible for judgements against the LLC for amounts distributed form the LLC for a period of three years prior to dissolution. Second, this would likely be considered a... Read more »
are trustees required to submit forms proving powers of appointment?
answered on Dec 18, 2021
Irrevocable trusts are required to be registered as are estates subject to probate. Revocable trusts and estates under the probate requirements are not required to be filed with the district court, probate court in Denver County.
The best way to find out is to go to ICCES... Read more »
they have hacked every phone ..on my sixth phone line ..i now have no money no wheels.. they are hidding everything from and everyone has helped them ... she sold and stole a patent of my and now doing it agian ..its all about money investment property ... i never even knew and now they're try... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2021
Scheduling an appointment with a therapist to help you move past your loss. If you've exhausted all other remedies there's nothing left but to let it go. A professional can assist you with that.
During the course of my employment with my current employer I uptained my professional engineer (PE) license. I paid for all classes, books, exams out of my pocket. I even took paid time off to take the exam. My company really wants to use this license on their proposal work in order to win more... Read more »
answered on Oct 27, 2021
The company does not have the right to use your property without your permission. Get your request in writing and then if they don't comply within 10 days go get a lawyer.
Also, if you're a W2 employee and you were told you would receive a pay increase and you didn't file a... Read more »
I recently filed my taxes with a filing agency, and they submitted my taxes as a dual member LLC, but we are a sole member LLC.
Am I going to get automatically audited? How can I protect myself?
answered on Jun 8, 2021
We are a sole member LLC? That sentence doesn't sound right.
This sounds like a marital partnership.
There's no additional tax or penalty for filing as a partnership vs a Sole-proprietership. Assuming that the partnership return was filed timely.
The difference... Read more »
I have a Nevada LLC and I want to move it to Colorado where I now live. I want to preserve the company history, EIN, etc. so not start a new LLC but just migrate it to a new state. What's the best way to do this? I heard creating a new LLC in Colorado and merging the Nevada one into it, but... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2021
You can create a new CO LLC and have that LLC acquire the NV LLC. Then merge the two with the CO LLC surviving.
File a foreign registration in CO for the NV LLC. Then convert the CO foreign LLC to a domestic LLC.
Dissolve the NV LLC.
That moves... Read more »
Donate these books for educational purposes and have general knowledge of laws and court procedures.
answered on Jan 24, 2021
There's no prohibitions on what lawyers do with old books. I haven't had a physical copy of a legal book in four or five years.
Most of the larger firms put out a notice that the old books are available if anyone is interested in picking them up.
I formed an LLC for Photography and it's only me, am I required to get Workers Comp or can I save that?
President wrote executive order for payroll tax deferral, with a payback date and no option out for military service members. Sounds like taxation without representation.
answered on Sep 10, 2020
There is no constitutional requirement for representation prior to taxation. Washington D.C. residents have no representation and they still pay income tax. If you travel through a state that you don't reside in you are still subject to that's state's sales tax even though you have... Read more »
Also, can a tenant get out of a commercial lease for medical reasons?
answered on Sep 3, 2020
It will depend on the force majeure clause if any.
Really depends on what the contract says and the facts and circumstances involved.
Unfortunately you're going to most likely have to retain an attorney to review the contract and your situation to really get a clear answer... Read more »
Owe the irs for unpaid student loan debt
answered on Aug 27, 2020
While that sounds tempting it would be considered fraudulent and could not only result in fines and penalties but could create unintended consequences.
You should not do that.
You should look at loan rehabilitation or consolidation and an income based repayment options. With no... Read more »
answered on Aug 23, 2020
No you can't be liable for a return you did not sign.
Sometimes collections can take joint property. In that case you would have to prove that you owned the property to get it back.
He should get someone to look at those missing years and get that resolved.
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