Please note that this employer does not have direct HSA contributions, so that's not a problem. Instead, they dangle "wellness bucks" in front of you and drop them in your lap if you get a proper checkup annually.
Generally speaking, the IRS has answered this question in the negative- In 2011, the Internal Revenue Service issued an internal field memorandum generally advising that employers will be allowed to reimburse an employee’s cell phone expenses if the employer has substantial business reasons,...Read more »
US birth certificate. Isn't this city overreach and illegal to use taxpayer money on children (or the children of parents who are here illegally) who are not born in this country and do not speak English (putting other children behind) and do not have legal status?
Indefinitely. You did not file your tax returns. The statute of limitations for collections does not apply when a taxpayer does not file the tax return. You need to become compliant by filing the tax returns and then set up a payment plan after they calculate penalties and interest.
So I quit claim deed was given to me 7 years ago and I've been going through a divorce for almost that amount of time and it was just finalized a week ago Thursday and I went to file and paid the convenience fees and the recording fees but something wasn't on the deed a number I... Read more »
Hired in 2005, I moved to a virtual role during 2012. Following a bankruptcy discharge in 2018 I was notified of a municipal income tax deficiency owed to my residence city. Upon receipt of the notification I worked with the tax authority to attempt to reconcile. This included providing copies of... Read more »
I have a few questions about eviction and the right to get my taxes back from the hotel I was residing in. I think it will be a very easy case , and I was residing at the hotel when I was confronted by the general manager for allegedly soliciting, but I was told to be smart and not to have any... Read more »
This doesn’t really sound like an easy case and is complicated. Make sure you contact an employment law attorney as soon as possible to discuss this in more detail. Some will offer free initial consultations.
As the holder of a vendor's license, you are required by law to file returns even if no sales occur and no taxes are owed. If you have failed to do so, it's likely you are looking at fines, not taxes. You should review the document you received with an attorney.
ODT has 7 years from the date of assessment to file a suit against the taxpayer. Once the judgment is rendered then the ODT/OAG has 15 years to collect. If no tax return was ever filed, then there is no statute of limitation to collect.
The answer is going to depend on the terms of the Trust. The same holds true for the tax consequences. I recommend speaking with an attorney, either via Zoom or in person, to go through things. A detailed analysis of the Trust will be needed to determine what actions would be most beneficial....Read more »
If the taxes exceed the fair market value, then if the taxes are not paid, eventually the county will send the property to tax foreclosure sale. If you can't find a buyer willing to pay the tax, then you could try auctioning it.
The State of Ohio holds a Tax Lien against real estate that I own jointly with my spouse. The tax debt is solely mine and does not involve my spouse. My spouse would like to sell the real estate and get their share of the proceeds. My share of the proceeds will not be sufficient to pay off the... Read more »
The state will not intervene to stop the sale, but unless all liens and mortgages can be paid at closing, then the buyer will not close the sale. You would have to pay money at closing to make up any deficit, for there to be sufficient funds to pay off the lien. Otherwise, a buyer will not close.
No. There is no inheritance tax in Ohio, but other states there may be. Ohio has an estate tax which the estate pays on the value of the gross estate. Of course, once you receive your inheritance if there is growth on the asset, then you pay income tax on that growth only.
The non filing of city taxes does not have a statute of limitations. I would need to look a the city of Dayton ordinances to be sure. I would recommend looking to your bank for proof of payment from that period of time if you do not have copies of your paper filings.
I have the condo deed my name and will sign over after buyout but concerned large personal check may lead to tax issue? We lived there for 3+ years. Should I insist that when he goes to closing the bank give a check or does it matter as far as taxes go? Should be about 85k
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