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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law and Tax Law for Florida on
Q: U.S. citizen filing jointly with spouse but my wife doesn't have an SSN at the moment, will that be acceptable?

My spouse does not currently possess a SSN. However, she has been residing in the U.S. since June 2023, and we began living together upon our marriage from in September of the same year. Due to her lack of an SSN, I encountered difficulties when attempting to file electronically.

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Carmela Graciela Walrond
Carmela Graciela Walrond
answered on Feb 13, 2024

You can apply for an ITIN for your spouse by filing out a W-7 application. It is best to work with a professional when filing out the W-7 application. If the form is not prepared correctly, you can be rejected and will have to start the process over again. Please do not send your wife's... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law for Mississippi on
Q: I owe TN over $200k for past sales tax returns. What are their options they may perform to collect if I live in MS.

I have a salary of $88k before taxes and insurance. Therefore cannot afford the 5 year repayment plan they have offered thus far. Also have a current garnishment from the business on my paycheck currently of 25% or $750 per check. What is the max TN could collect per check?

Carmela Graciela Walrond
Carmela Graciela Walrond
answered on Jul 14, 2023

You can submit an offer in compromise application with Tennessee Department of Revenue. Offer in compromise allows a settlement on your tax debt, if you can show your expenses are more than your income. You may be able to save alot of money in taxes. I hope this information helps you.

3 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for California on
Q: Got a CP2000 Notice from IRS stating that I have not reported two 1099-NEC that are not mine.

The IRS provided some information on the 1099 including the amount and the issuer of the 1099s. One entity issued two different 1099s. I did some digging and discovered that both belong to my family members. They confirmed that they reported income for the two 1099s received from that issuer and... View More

Carmela Graciela Walrond
Carmela Graciela Walrond
answered on Jul 14, 2023

I recommend to file a Form 911 and have a taxpayer advocate assigned to the case. Submit a Form 14039 Identity Theft Affidavit with the Form 911 application. It Is best to have an assigned caseworker resolve to remove the

Form 1099-NEC from your account. There is too much red tape when...
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2 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for New York on
Q: I am a senior citizen on a fixed income. Yesterday I received 3 notices from the nys tax people. It seems they have gone

Back to 2011-2013 and billed me for several thousand dollars. But their website says to hold returns for 3 years? I have never intentionally cheated on taxes.

Any advice???

Carmela Graciela Walrond
Carmela Graciela Walrond
answered on Dec 3, 2023

You can contact New York state to conduct a compliane check. If you do owe the taxes, you may qualify to file an offer in compromise to settle your tax debt.

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