I bought a truck for let’s say 5k, it had high mileage and some light dents so they took off taxes. I ended up 5k out the door. The seatbelt didn’t work, apparently there’s a recall on the airbags, leaking oil, a lot wrong with it. I called about bringing it back for it to be fixed or a... Read more »
I paid $40,000 cash on my home. Cost was approx $61,000. My parents left me off of the deed. I'm a single mom of two young children. I had enough to outright. Now they n sell it out from under me. What can I do? I live there full time. They love in another state. There is mortgage. I've... Read more »
I closed on my home September of last year. I am the sole owner with no dependents. I just got notified that I will be deploying sometime in December 2021 to May 2022. Can I sell my house without paying capital gains tax even though I have not lived in it for 2 years?
An individual worked respite hours taking care of elderly in 2020 but insurance company did not pay for hours worked. in 2021, insurance company agreed to pay for hours worked in 2020. By this time, individual was enrolled in school full time and had a financial aid package and grants in place.... Read more »
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If she is working remotely and designated as employed through the California office, she could be subject to California income tax. You should really take your situation to a Tax Attorney in WA, and discuss it for a specific opinion. Sometimes people working outside California's boundaries...Read more »
my wife and i have been supporting our son for the past 25 years he lives with us and he suffers from mental and physical problems. we claim him as our dependent since we provide more then half of his living expenses. he is concerned that he thinks he may have to pay income tax on his... Read more »
Most people whose sole income is social security do not have to pay taxes on the income. The best way to determine if he should have been filing is to prepare mock returns for the years that he received social security and see if he would have had to pay any taxes. There can be some benefits to...Read more »
My divorced brother with 2 minor children lives in PA. My sister and I live in NJ. If we co administer the estate, will we be held responsible for his income tax if there isn't anything to pay with from the estate? He owned nothing and in the past had owed thousands in back taxes. Can... Read more »
OK so the restaurant I was working for the owner is a piece of work. I was let go because I took some time off. I place of residence was based on where I worked so I lost my home as well as my job. 3 months later my sister spoke with the owner while have lunch at the restaurant and asked if he... Read more »
I am a US resident and have been mistakenly filing taxes under Single, I know now that I should have been using the Married status eventhough my then husband lived abroad and had NEVER been to the US and had no income tied to the US. He never got an ITIN and I saw that I could have used the mention... Read more »
You coulda mend prit tax returns with your CPA or accountant. In terms of discussing your foreign national spouse ssn and other issues a comprehensive legal review is necessary with an attorney of your selection.
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