Financially taken care of him for 2 years but he has lived with me for 1 year. Mom never calls to check on him. Everyone knows he lives with me. She does not work. I thought it was only right for me to claim him on taxes since i care for him.
It depends on how the trust is drafted but generally it is either the trust that pays and the Trustee is responsible for making the payment from trust funds or the Grantor (sometimes called the Settlor, this is the person/s that initially put the assets into the trust) for a Grantor retained trust....Read more »
Yes. The State-registered non-profit corporation is essentially the "trunk" upon which you then add various "branches," including your Employer ID number, related 501(c)3 or other non-profit/exempt status, etc.
My recently deceased father was due a social security disability payment of $44,000 at time of death. all together his 3 children each received apprx $14,666. but 2 of us want to give $5,900 each to our sister that paid his expenses & took care of him Is there any way to give her this money... Read more »
When you have a problem like this, it is best to see a family court attorney and retain them to assist you. They will be able to advise you of the particulars of your case after investigation with the court. It is possible that some monies may have accrued before they were adopted but only a good...Read more »
In Rhode Island, every resident who is required to file a federal income tax return must file a Rhode Island individual income tax return (RI-1040). However, the RI-1040 allows you to take a credit for taxes paid to another state. I would encourage you to seek a tax preparer to ensure that you take...Read more »
Effective July 1, 2015, Rhode Island now imposes a realty conveyance tax on the transfer of controlling interests in a “real estate company,” in addition to any other state taxes. Please see an article that I just co-authored on the topic:...Read more »
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