Because your self-employment earnings are more than $400, you will need to file a tax return for the year. You may have to pay some self-employment taxes when you file your return if you are not eligible for credits that could offset the taxes owed.
Is this a question about your how to file your tax return? Assuming it is, the courts generally prefer that a couple that haven't gotten divorced yet look at the way to save the most taxes. You and your husband should agree to have an accountant or CPA prepare your return both ways - married...Read more »
Filed on software on phone it told me he was head of household (not single) , claimed niece nephew, permission granted by sister, with whom he lived. first owed $2000ish now over$7000,threatening to take his possessions
A competent lawyer, accountant, or tax preparer will not take that position. It is considered a "tax protester position" and is considered by courts to be a frivolous position to take. Making an argument like that will land you in trouble with the IRS and possibly the Department of...Read more »
us easier when she died. But she ended up having to move into semi-assisted living, and now we are looking at huge capital gains taxes when we sell. She will need all the money for her housing, so is there any way to take our names back off the deed so she can keep all the money?
You should contact an attorney with experience in estate planning. Your mother may be eligible for Medicaid if she hasn't owned the home for 20 years. Capital gains taxes can be reduced if the home is one's primary residence. Before transferring the home back into your mother's...Read more »
You can do nothing or you can claim your child as a dependent for tax purposes. If you claim him as a dependent, the IRS will audit you and your former spouse. You will need to prove to the IRS that your child resided with you at least 50% of the year and that you paid more than 50% of his...Read more »
this judge made crazy unfair decision against me and any normal person would be blown away at the judge's decision. There was a typo or Xspouse snuck in decree he gets 2015 exemptions for kids when I had the kids entire 2015. I took 2015 anyways on my taxes. Stupid Judge found me in... Read more »
Actually, there is a form you can sign that will give your spouse the dependency exemption for any given year, if other requirements are met. (There is also a form that does a complete transfer of all future exemptions so be careful you don't sign that one.) Normally the IRS rule is that the...Read more »
decree had typo or evil X snuck in he gets 2015 exemptions for kids but i took 2015 exemptions on my taxes since i had kids entire year and the federal irs law said i could and IRS was never going to allow X to take it since he didn't have kids in 2015..so X filed contempt and stupid judge... Read more »
In 2003, I finalized and adoption and have been carrying the adoption tax credit forward since then. On my 2010 tax return which I prepared myself with TurboTax, TurboTax said that I could request a refund from the IRS for the entire remainder of the credit carried forward, so I did for roughly... Read more »
I am not entirely sure on the facts. But if the amount created no tax liability, it would not be correct to have a corresponding penalty with interest. It all depends on when it was "paid." If they had the money they were owed at the time the return was filed, you should not owe any...Read more »
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