The money that was in my account was to file bankruptcy, all the courthouses are closed to the public due to the Coronavirus. Everything I had was in my account, now I have no money for rent, food, my car. Is there any way to fight this during a national emergency?
There is also the possibility to have the fee either waived or paid in installments, especially if part or all of the garnished bank account will come back to the bankruptcy estate. There are attorneys who will start a bankruptcy filing for a low down payment.
Trusts are generally private documents that do not require public filing like a will or disclosure in probate. A will may reference a trust and disclose its existence. You may also search public records for property that is commonly put in a trust, like a home, that would require a deed listing...Read more »
He has refused to let me have any of the $750 rapid refund we were approved for. He then took every bit of the remaining funds off of the card. Due to his abusive alcoholism we are not staying together as of 2/13/20.
My husband and I were married in May 2019. When filing for our 2019 taxes I learned that my spouse has claimed “exempt“ on his payroll tax for the entire 2019. The result is over $13,000 in tax liability, when otherwise I would have been due a refund for my portion of overpayment of about $3500... Read more »
Based on the limited facts, it sounds like you would not qualify. You are not required to file a joint return, so carefully think your situation through before you file your 2019 return and seek professional advice if you want to reduce or eliminate the risk of being stuck with your spouse’s...Read more »
Afford an attorney, so what can I do to get this order stopped. Her mother has 8 other children and there is an open CPS case right now involving one of her siblings. My daughter also had some history of cutting herself because she wanted to be with me and her mom won’t let her. I have been in... Read more »
I engaged an Enrolled Agent to prepare my 2018 tax return. He filed for an extension for me and has been almost completely unresponsive (for months) to requests for status causing me to miss the extension deadline. When I finally received the prepared return I got an invoice for $3000. Several... Read more »
Without receiving more info from him, I wouldn’t pay. Sounds like he breached whatever contract you may think you have with him, but maybe he knows his bill doesn’t square with his fee. If he threatens to go to collections, threaten to take him to small claims court and notify the BBB....Read more »
The alimony rules changed for 2019. Generally, alimony is not deductible by the payor not includible in income for the recipient for the 2019 tax year. The prior rule required the recipient to include alimony in income.
When she migrated into skilled nursing, Going through her things discovered back tax notifications. Last year filled all her past taxes, one year had a problem. IRS won’t deal with me, asked my CPA to communicate, not very helpful. CPA said he would file something to at least stop additional... Read more »
You should consider hiring a tax attorney to review the facts surrounding your mother’s tax debt, whether the lien was properly placed on your property, and how to remove it. Transferring property to scrub a lien does not work. The lien follows the property until the tax is paid, generally by...Read more »
Don’t let the companies failure deter you. Present them with a W-10 and ask for that info. If the company refuses, file a claim for the credit with the info that you have and attach an explanation to your return to document your request for the missing info. The IRS may deny the credit at...Read more »
We filed our taxes and the IRS said we needed more proof of address an relationship to our kids. We sent it it in and we received a notice of denial for rest of tax refund prematurely on the IRS end . We notify the IRS and they have never responded to 3 seperate faxes all papers requested and now... Read more »
You should speak with a tax lawyer who can clearly explain the law to the IRS and provide proper documentation to obtain your refund, assuming you qualify. That’s a lot of money to leave on the table. Hire someone who will do the work on a fixed fee, contingency basis so you get that money.
A court appointed conservatorship is a lot of effort for CAD$5,000. I would work with the bank to see if there is another option and point out that you are the child's parent. An easier option might be something like a UTMA.
We lived in the same apartment in Los Angeles for ten years. The landlord let the building degrade over that time refusing to fix basic things like the roof leaking into the bedroom every winter from the start of the lease, not fixing broken security gates & doors, leaving the front gate of the... Read more »
It’s hard to say without seeing the lease and buyout agreements. In some cases, taxpayers can argue that a payment like that is actually a reduction in the monthly lease payments based on not receiving the value that you initially bargained for. In other words, an adjustment to the purchase...Read more »
In Feb 2019, I filed my taxes for 2018. I was self-employed and I have 3 small children that I have always claimed on taxes. Their father does not claim them. In the previous years, I used a W2 because I had an employer. Well, it’s been a year and I still don’t have my 2018 taxes. They... Read more »
You should hire a tax lawyer, provide a power of attorney using form 2848, and have the attorney call the IRS to figure it out. And in the future, adjust your withholding so the Treasury does not hold your $7k hostage indefinitely.
As a matter of federal law, the IRS is not bound by state law probate administration rules and an IRS lien may be enforced against parties that receive property from a tax debtor, if proper. It is a matter of IRS discretion and the IRS has internal procedures to determine what actions to take in...Read more »
I recently moved from Utah to Arkansas to take a job as a civilian with the US Army Corps of Engineers. I had the Army move my HHG. I just got a debt collection letter from the Army saying I owed taxes on the amount the Army paid the moving company to move me (about $4,700 in taxes). None of the... Read more »
If the moving expenses are taxable fringe benefits, you would expect the cost of moving to show up in your W-2 as taxable income but I would not expect the employer to demand repayment of taxes unless the employer withheld taxes on your behalf and chose not to take the taxes out of your normal...Read more »
So that was supposed to offset arrearges courts said i owed but it was never applied to arrearges now i owe even more arrearges due to loss of job a few times over pass few years for a few months but had the original refund been applied to arrearges the arrerges would have been paid off and i would... Read more »
I mailed those in back in 2013 but the IRS slis saying they never received them. Anyways I resubmitted them again this year but now they want an explanation of why I didn't send them in back in 2013. They are trying to charge me with a $10,000 civil penalty. How can I show them proof that I sent... Read more »
Did you submit those same W-2s to the state or local tax authority? Did you report them elsewhere on time? On time in 2013? A tax attorney may be able to help you explore other forms of evidentiary proof to satisfy the IRS demands.
Employer accidently sent first half of 2017 taxes to IL and IL demanded I pay second half. Had house in Cook county IL but lived and worked in MI entire year. What legal resources are best to use for recourse or simply a CPA issue? Ended up paying full year state taxes for both Michigan and IL.
You owe personal income tax to the state of your residence. Request a refund from the other state. Michigan and Illinois have a reciprocity agreement based on residence, so once you establish this a refund should follow.
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