I'm a F1 visa holder and i am currently outide US for winter break. I came a week ago to my home country and will go back next month to US. Can I work on my college's web development project. I will get paid based on hours for this project, but this project is a part of my college's... View More
Regarding your F1 visa status, the key aspect is whether the work qualifies as Curricular Practical Training (CPT) or Optional Practical Training (OPT). Since the project is part of your graduation requirements, it might be considered as CPT. However, you must have authorization from your...View More
I have this letter from an attorney that I contract on this cort case because I took a loan (signature) and it seems that was some illigalities or not outhorize on my state. The company agree not to persue any collections but they will issue a 1099 C
When you receive a 1099-C form for canceled debt, such as the $27,000 in your case, the amount is generally treated as taxable income by the IRS. The exact amount of tax you'll owe depends on your overall income, tax bracket, and other factors in your tax situation for that year....View More
My husband and I are independent contractors ourselves working in Chicago app b week developers (we both have green cards) and started hiring independent contractors to help with some projects(a little over $2k/year). There are a couple of projects that are coming and will make us have a lot of... View More
Hiring a non-resident independent contractor from countries like Costa Rica, Ecuador, or Colombia involves understanding both U.S. tax implications and the legalities of international contract work. When hiring international contractors, one key form is the W-8BEN, which is used by foreign...View More
The answer depends on the dollar value of the estate. If your mother did not earn enough to have to pay the Illinois inheritance tax, it is doubtful that she will have to pay any federal estate taxes since the dollar value threshold of the estate for federal tax purposes is significantly higher...View More
I received stock in the form of RSU, but at the time it was over $100 a share higher than it is now. Now I'm being taxed off of the original stock amount since it is looked at as a "cash bonus", but even selling the stock I can't raise the capital needed to cover that tax... View More
The taxation of RSUs can be complex, and it's unfortunate that the stock's value has dropped significantly. You're correct that capital losses can often be used to offset capital gains, but there may be limitations on the amount you can deduct in a given tax year. I recommend...View More
If you are unsure about your state residency status because you split time between two locations, you may want to consult with an experienced tax professional or attorney who can help you determine your residency status.
Factors that may be considered when determining residency status...View More
Yes, you may be able to file a lawsuit for identity theft or fraud against your previous employer for using your Social Security number for another person. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in identity theft and employment law to evaluate your options and help you pursue any legal...View More
If your delinquent taxes were sold and you pay your upcoming taxes, it is possible that you may still owe the delinquent taxes plus any additional fees and interest that may have accrued. In this case, you should contact the entity that purchased the delinquent taxes to find out what the remaining...View More
He stayed with her for December but that was due to me (being without a vehicle) and her and the child's dad, keeping him from or not helping me to see him, I live 45 minutes away. They will not let him come back to my house.
If you provided over half the cost of raising the child in 2022, you are entitled to claim the child on your taxes. If that is the case, make sure you file your taxes as soon as possible. If grandma's tax return is filed after your, her attempt to claim the child is likely to be rejected...View More
Do you have a court order between you and the other parent that gives you custody or parenting time? Who is this person whose household she has joined? How old is this child? Have you filed a police report? There are a lot of issues here.
Tax laws and ERISA Qualification laws come to mind. Banking Statutes also cover Trust Regulation. Securities Law may often be indirectly determinative. There are probably many others. Obviously Anti-Trust Statutes. State Laws control most disputes, but Trusts often involve several possible...View More
Oh my, yes, there are a TON of federal statutes that impact trust planning, too many to list. You will find a great deal in the Internal Revenue Code and also Title 42. That is not necessarily a complete list, but it is where a great many exist, and it is a good start.
I've been trying to recieve a federal grant/loan for buying a home. Down payment assistance is something my family needed, so we decided to try a USDA or FHA loan. We have been told by multiple loan officers that because of my place of employment, I cannot recieve these funds. I pay federal... View More
No. Taxation without representation means that a group of people has a tax imposed on them by a government in which they had no right to elect a representative (such as a member of the Illinois House of Representatives, a state senator, a Congressman or US Senator) who could participate on behalf...View More
The building owner just creates an invoice of his own on quickbooks and never shows the actual tax bill, and then bills me again for a revised tax bill. Should I be allowed to see the bill and then the revised bill?
You should review the lease which should have a clause which describes how your proportionate share of the real estate taxes are calculated as well as language which provides you with the opportunity to review the tax bill as well as any other documents relied upon by landlord to pass through your...View More
The only way that YOU could be ticketed on a rear-end accident is if your disabled car was in the roadway. If this is not the case, you should NOT have received a ticket AND you should be able to recover. Please contact my office and I am happy to answer any questions you may have without any...View More
We are going through a nasty divorce which entails financial abuse, psychological abuse, mental abuse and sexual abuse. I told him and his then attorney (now fired or she quit, not sure which) that I was not going to file a joint tax return. I found out that he filed a joint return without my... View More
It would depend on the cause and amount of the suit. If you plan to sue them for under $10,000 you should consider suing them yourself in small claims court. There is a good possibility that once you file the suit in small claims and serve them with notice of the suit, they may work with you to...View More
Everytime i get in contact with the irs they cannot help me. Over the phone they tell me to go online and verify my identity online. When i go online its asking me for a credit account, mortgage account, auto loan account, Student loan account and which i have neither. I have a secured CC but that... View More
Yes. You can contact the administrator and make an offer. You will not get a special, family deal. The administrator can only take a fair market offer. You might ask the administrator to get an appraisal.
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