Stuart Nachbar's answer The answer depends on if same was exempted out. Some states follow the federal exemptions and some go with State Exemptions. Talk to your counsel about same and make sure it was properly exempted out.
Frank Huerta Jr's answer If your fiance intends to claim them for the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Child tax Credit, he will be unable to do so because there is a relationship test. The child will fail the relationship test which requires the child to be his own child, a stepchild, or a foster child placed with you by a court or authorized agency.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer No one is going to be able to give you an adequate answer on here. You should consult with a local attorney in your area, specifically someone who has experience in property tax disputes and real estate matters.
Eric Steven Day's answer I am not an Indiana Attorney, but generally anybody can prepare a financial statement for their business. Where you would need the licensing is if you were preparing financial statements for a publicly traded company or you were Auditing those financial statements.
Eric Steven Day's answer It just depends on what type of work you are doing now. For instance, if you are working for another company, you might roll it into their 401k plan. If you are in retirement, the IRA might be a good option because you are just waiting on distributions. If you are running your own business, you may consider starting a management company in the form of a C Corporation and sponsoring a solo 401k with that Corporation. This will allow you to contribute much more money and use the capital in...
David S. Greenberg's answer IRS Form 1041, U.S. Income Tax Return for Estates and Trusts, is required if the estate generates more than $600 in annual gross income. The decedent and their estate are separate taxable entities. Before filing Form 1041, you will need to obtain a tax ID number for the estate.
Linda Simmons Campbell's answer The automated phone call you received is likely a scam call. The IRS does not call you and leave a message saying they will take you to court. If you owe money to the IRS they will contact you by mail first. Prior to any levy action the IRS will send you via certified mail a final notice of intent to levy. As far as filing bankruptcy, you will need to go to a bankruptcy attorney and see if you qualify. This is not something we can tell you on this format. I can tell you that you can not...
Michelle D. Wynn's answer You posted this question in Indiana although Justia has tagged your location as Minnesota. If this is about Indiana levying your accounts, you may want to try setting up an Online Services account to see what liabilities the state is showing that you owe. http://www.in.gov/dor/4331.htm
It appears the Minnesota Department of Revenue offers similar services and information through its E-Services accounts. http://www.revenue.state.mn.us/individuals/individ_income/Pages/eServices.aspx
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer I'm not entirely sure what you are asking. Allow him to file his taxes? The most common issue that divorced parents encounter with children and taxes is which parent gets to claim the child and earn the credit on their tax return. I believe that is what you are asking. Take a look at your custody agreement or divorce decree. It should be addressed in there who gets to claim the child on their taxes. If it is not addressed, generally the first person to claim the child gets the credit.
Matthew M Montoya's answer The most important question is whether you qualify for an offer in the first place. This will depend on the equity you have in your assets combined with your expected future income.
That said, offers can run between $3000 and $6000 depending on the complexity of the offer and whether you need to be brought into filing compliance.
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Paul Stanko's answer Unless you have a suspect, calling the police may be futile. Ask your college security or police department to investigate, and contact one of the three major credit agencies to put out a fraud alert.
Paul Stanko's answer What do you mean by "give" your house? If you have title in real property, you can execute a Warranty Deed in favor of another person. There will be title and recording expenses, and taxes will be pro-rated to date of closing.
Zaher Fallahi's answer If you co-owned the property, you would be responsible for 1/2 of the income reported as canceled debt by lender. If your quit claim or gift to her was conditioned upon her payimng the applicable txaes for you, that is a separte contrcat between you two and not valid for the IRS purposes. Although you may have cause of action against wife to recover.
Every state has its own method for handling delinquent state taxes. According to Indiana's Bureau of Motor Vehicles website, delinquent taxes are one reason why you may not receive an IN renewal notice.
Additionally, unpaid taxes can lead to the following state enforcement action:
1) auctioning of property
2) garnishing of wages
3) levying bank account.
I would encourage you to contact a tax professional to get an answer that is tailored to your...
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