she lives with me all year with the exception he gets her one night a weekend and a few hours during the week. I've agreed to let him claim her every other year but he doesn't agree with that so what are my rights.
Just don't sign the 8832. The IRS requires the form for a non-custodial parent to claim a child. The IRS uses different rules than the state to determine custody. If he claims her anyway the IRS will send both of you letters requesting the form and evidence that you are entitled to the deductions....Read more »
I relocated to Nevada but did not change my driver's license until 2012. I received a tax bill from the state of Alabama although I did not reside or earn any income in the state. Do I owe them anything:?
You're going to have to challenge the assessment and provide evidence of your status. The state is going to take the position you did not properly sever your ties to the state and you'll argue you did.
You should find a local attorney and setup an appointment ASAP if you're interested in paying the tax that was owed and recovering the property. You have a limited period of time to do this. If you can't pay the tax then there's not really anything to do unless the rules regarding the procedures...Read more »
Received a letter when I filed these taxes that I had filed to late to receive a return. Filed through Liberty tax service who did not file 2013 taxes till 2017. Don't understand what is going on or what to do, Can you help
You only have a certain period of time to file a return claiming a refund or else you forfeit the refund. It sounds like you filed a return too late to claim the refund and the state tax department is notifying you of that. There's nothing you can do about the refund. You may have recourse against...Read more »
I have always paid my taxes , my husband is self employed . It turns out he has not in years , finances are separated, so I’m not sure how much he has . We are lower income . I finally secured a a good job with health insurance and he wants to be added to my policy. Which I’m very scared... Read more »
If you filed married filing separately then the IRS can only come after joint assets (joint bank accounts, home, stocks, etc.). If your finances are completely separate (including no joint bank accounts) then you should be fine.
If you filed married filing jointly then you are both...Read more »
If your house and land have been "sold to another person for taxes" you may never get your land back--unless you buy it from the new owner. Had you repaid the amount the lien holder paid to the county--plus all interest accrued before the deed was issued you would not be in this position. Lesson to...Read more »
The last time I looked, if the house is your residence, there is no tax unless the house was worth more than $500,000. Before relying on this advice you should check it out with your CPA or tax lawyer.
If the state of Alabama is coming after you for $154,000 in back taxes you must surely have more than sufficient resources to hire a very competent lawyer to help you get out from under the hammer above your head. Stop asking for pro bono help on this open forum. Try searching through the many...Read more »
You can sign over your house to your son, however, I would look into doing it in a few ways. If you sign the deed over to your son this can be considered a gift. You as individuals are allowed to give a gift in the amount of $14,000 each to anybody throughout the year tax-free. So you and your...Read more »
What would her liability be if she were to marry him? She has a retirement on her current job. Could they touch it? Or her house? Car? How could she protect her assets from the IRS coming after them to satisfy his tax debt?
Property was my grandparents,left to my mother,sold in a tax sale for pass due property taxes while in a lengthy probate case on all property of my grandparents and then she passed before claiming the property who now has the rights to claim the property also she had no will and I was adopted by my... Read more »
I am assuming the property is in Alabama. The right to redeem on the property goes to the person who holds a mortgage on the property or to the person who owned the property at the time the tax sale was held. If that person has died, then the right devolves to the person's heirs at law. You would...Read more »
Short version is the company I used to work for is being investigated by the IRS. There was a settlement reached between us from them not paying me. During this time, I was not able to file taxes. Now apparently I have to be cleared of fraud and my account is frozen so I can't deposit my checks... Read more »
There is not enough detail here to give you an accurate answer. You really need to contact a tax attorney, particularly if there is any fraud suspected by the IRS. Most of us offer a free consultation. Just stay away from the places you see advertised on tv.
i cared for him with cancer with very little help from his son since 2003. He then threatened me physically demanding I sign off on his retirement. I was left 1/2 the retirement and 12,500.00 life insurance. He gets the bedroom suit I sleep on and I get one tv. I owned my mobile home and car or I... Read more »
You need some help here. You are confusing terms of divorce (marital property) with an estate. The only property that is the property of your late husband's estate is his separate property. You need to get to a lawyer and find out what your rights are.
My grandmother has a bank account which listed my father and uncle as joint owners with right of survivorship (added after my grandfathers passing about 10 years ago). My father recently passed so only my uncle remains as a joint owner. At my grandmothers passing will the account be wholely owned... Read more »
I filed bankruptcy in 2010 and the Morgan County court placed the business in Bankruptcy in 2011. I thought I had it worked out but went ahead and filed dissolution a couple of months ago. Now the state has notified me that I am libel for 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. I don't have the money... Read more »
If the S-corp filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy back in 2011. It, in essence, dissolves the company. I would contact the State of Alabama Dept of Revenue and provide them with paperwork that shows that the corporation filed for bankruptcy prior to those years and that it did not conduct any business...Read more »
Typically if your child support enforcement case is being handled by the child support enforcement division they can obtain orders that allow for garnishment of any back child support from the father (or mother). The child support enforcement agency would send this order to the IRS and the IRS...Read more »
It shouldn't but it might. The only way to tell if it did is to examine your credit report from all three major credit reporting companies. If it shows on there you should submit a written explanation to the credit agencies. They have to place it in your file. Will they place it in your file?...Read more »
When the tax sale came up owner live,s out of town so I paid them so no one would get it.He came back for visit and he sold me the land plus tax,s.I let my money stand for payment of tax,s.I then had lawyer draw up papers to be signed by me and owner.Took to court house and put land in my name and... Read more »
You say you had your lawyer draw up papers. You should be talking to your lawyer. If there are back taxes on the land you have to pay them or a tax buyer will pay them and get a tax certificate and later a tax deed to the property. Go back to your lawyer and get him or her to explain this to you....Read more »
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