That would depend on the current court order regarding which party is entitled to claim the child on taxes. If the order grants the parent who is subject to the OOP the right to claim the child on taxes, then yes - until the order is modified by the Court or the parties agree, in writing, to a...Read more »
I came back to my USA resident from living in Japan from June 2019 to a few days after Xmas 2019 at my son's resident and his family. I saw IRS deficiency letter inside my USA resident mail-box,I respond to IRS AND filed my court petition in Jan. 2020, the Tax Court comes up with a specific... Read more »
The issue is that you were probably receiving multiple letter prior to June of 2019 at that address and that is the address that the IRS has on file for you, which is probably the address you used to file the return. There are a couple of ways to change the outcome of missing the time period to...Read more »
I have not filed personal income taxes in around 11 years. At first is because I owed knew that I was going to owe a few hundred dollars, then I left it for the following year and then the following year and I know that I may owe between 7 to 10 thousand dollars. Now, I've been doing a lot... Read more »
See if you qualify for assistance from a law income taxpayer clinic in your area. It is impossible for us to give you the best advice without a lot more detail. Here is a link for more information on the clinics.
My sister and I own 5 acres of farmland in McFarland, CA. we inherited from my Father’s estate in 2009 he passed away in 2007. I live in Tucson, AZ. I’ve been paying the property tax for 12 years and my sister who lives in CA. just ignores all of my attempts for her to pay her share. I once... Read more »
If that person is charged and successfully prosecuted the statute states it is a class 1 misdemeanor. The maximum punishments for misdemeanors are outlined by A.R.S. § 13-707. According to the statutes, the maximum penalties for a class 1 misdemeanor include up to six months in jail and a fine of...Read more »
The IRS is NOT taxing your VA disability benefits. They are collecting back taxes that you admit you owe. Rather than look the other way or otherwise ignore your VA benefit income, the IRS "forced" you to include the monthly payments you receive when they figured up how much you could...Read more »
Filed Chapter 7 on 3/20/18. It was finalized (discharged) July 2018. My trustee stated that I needed to give her my entire refund. Once she receives if than she would take portion of it from January to March and refund me back the rest of the amount. When I asked how much she would be taking she... Read more »
You can file suit but, before you do, please check your purchase contract to see whose responsibility the back taxes were. Normally, they should be paid by the seller on or before the closing date of the sale but this liability could be shifted to you as part of your purchase price. If this was...Read more »
If I own an entertainment corporation can I purchase property in my corporations name. I want to purchase 2 commercial properties. Both will be a storage/warehouse for equipment but in separate states because I provide entertainment services in different states and hate shipping equipment back... Read more »
Provided your corporation's governing documents allow it, your corporation can purchase real estate. Check with a lawyer in each state where you plan to purchase property. You may need to register your corporation as a foreign corporation doing business in each state. Your local lawyer will know.
I have a federal tax debt which expired in Feb this year due to 10 year statute passing. The agent colecting on more recent tax debt seized bank account for and got more money than I owed. He took the extra money and applied it to the expired tax debt and now says he is going to reopen that debt... Read more »
As most attorneys might say "It depends." It all depends on when the assessment on the tax account was made. For instance, if you owed money at the end of filing your return in 2012 and the government audits that return in 2014 and make additional assessments, then the statute runs from...Read more »
does he need to put her in his taxes even though ive had her all year and ive supported her myself ,we never married and i already claimed her in mines ... he claims he cant file an extension without putting her down
The issue is that the tax rate is 1.5% and the rental company takes the other 1% as an admin fee. They don’t disclose a monthly admin fee in the lease or tell you that the chandler tax is only 1.5%. I think this is deceptive but they are doing this to hundreds of renters. I’m also not sure... Read more »
I am behind in child support and she is using that as justification for claiming him. I am open to an agreement where I can claim him for the next two years, but hold little hope she will agree to that. What steps do I need to take to insure this does not happen in the future. Thank you for your... Read more »
Look at your divorce agreement. Some agreements will allow the parent who is receiving child support to claim the child if the other parent is behind on child support. If that is not the case then likely your only recourse will be to take her back to court to enforce your agreement.
My child support amount changed twice this year so there were two months that werent paid on time. But i calculated that i paid over what has been ordered for the year and have all of my receipts but my kids mom will states that i didnt pay on time and refuses to let me claim them.
The commissioner is correct. As long as you have paid all of your child support by December 31 of any given year, you can claim your child for purposes of the minor child tax credit and minor child tax exemptions if it is your year to do so.
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