Generally, time deadlines for tax assessment appeals are hard deadlines. So if you have missed this deadline you probably cannot contest an assessment for that closed year. However, you could contest for the next year. Finally, I am not a Indiana attorney, so to be sure of your rights to contest...Read more »
I received a settlement in 2017 for a personal injury suit. In June of this year the IRS advised that I owe tax on this. I never received a 1099 for the settlement. The IRS stated I need to go through a tax attorney. I have very limited income at this time and not sure how to proceed.
There are only two requirements for anyone to receive the stimulus check: Filing an income tax return for 2018 or 2019 (2019 tax returns can be filed anytime, but--because of the pandemic--they are not due until August of September, 2020); and still be alive and breathing.
It was my last joint return after a divorce filed through a preparer in Indianapolis, IN. The preparer has claimed that for "privacy reasons" she can't give me a copy, though she did give my ex a copy. I did pay half the fees for the prep but paid them directly to my ex. This is... Read more »
If you filed a joint return with your ex husband you are entitled to a copy of the joint return. However, if you intend to give your copy to another tax preparer, then your ex husband will have to consent to the release of HIS confidential information.
He has refused to let me have any of the $750 rapid refund we were approved for. He then took every bit of the remaining funds off of the card. Due to his abusive alcoholism we are not staying together as of 2/13/20.
My husband was involved in a rear end collision that caused damage to his spine. He will soon lose his physically demanding job due to his injury. We need to withdraw from his 401k - would this situation exempt us from paying the 10% penalty for early withdrawal? Thank you!
A tax attorney or officer at your bank should be able to advise you on the tax aspects of such a withdrawal. But the more important question here is why you and your husband are contemplating the withdrawal. If your husband is represented by an attorney in this accident, it's possible that...Read more »
my ex has not seen our child in 4+ year and has not carried insurance on her for 2+ years..i also have not had an address or phone for him for 3+ years..can he still claim her on his taxes..he is currently current his child support
DCS is saying that to foster parents are allowed to clean my kids on their taxes but I don't think that is right but they won't tell me the rules on why they can my kids were only in DCS care for maybe 5 months
Actually my cousin in Canada wants to register a business in US so that he could provide consulting services in US. He needs me to be the 1% partner so he could register a business in US since I am a resident and soon would be a citizen. I am doing MBA at Kelley School of Business and a have hefty... Read more »
It depends on the corporate structure and jurisdiction. It'll also depend on your other income. You'll most likely have additional reporting requirements personally. You're best off finding a tax expert to advise you on this.
My wife and I separated in October of 2017, neither of us had the money to file for a divorce at the time. We still lived together until May of 2018 before I was able to move out. I then moved out and lived on my own, then in late September of 2018 she because homeless and I let her move in with me... Read more »
We finally received our refund (after waiting since April) and it was significantly lower than we expected. When I called the Treasury to find out why, I was told we were offset. After playing tag with BFS and the Treasury, I was told that notices were sent out months ago but I never received... Read more »
I have the receipt from the time I started living here. I believe they are messing with the books. My receipt says taxes was off but I'm paying the same price plus 25 dollars more. The owner raised the rent during the race. I do not know what avenues to take to get my money or how to start the... Read more »
If you have a written contract covering your extended stay both you and the hotel are bound by the terms of the written contract. And if the contract was for 30 days the hotel can raise your room rate on day 31 going forward. Why? Because under most state laws hotels can change their room rates at...Read more »
rective that sales tax may NOT be charged on shipping when USPS is used is no longer in effect. Also that US Postage for mailing is now a taxable sale. I can't find that the new application of sales tax repealed those three exemptions.
If you are having trouble finding a law in Indiana that was changed effective July 1 your difficulty may be the result of the state not having enough time to change the code section affected. Call you local legislator in Indiana (not your Congressman) and ask them for help; they will probably point...Read more »
If user is going to send money using the app, they input their credit card, STRIPE charges the credit card and the money goes to my business bank account in the US. When this happens, the app shows a balance in the user’s APP account.
What you have described is a financial services company that operates exactly like a bank. Translation: Before you spend your money developing your "new" banking business you need to know that you are required to obtain a bank charter or some other official authorization from the state...Read more »
We're using TurboTax. My wife had $800 withheld on $25000 income for six months. The calculator says she should owe $780, around what she withheld, but TurboTax says she owes another $1100! Does Indiana tax her income from the other state she lived in? Thanks in advance for the help!... Read more »
Not sure what kind of "calculator" you are using to figure income taxes due, but before running around in more circles try doing the simple math: If your wife earned $25,000 in 2018 and if her employer only withheld $800, that tax rate calculates out to 3.2%--which should raise your...Read more »
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