Father in-law owns for 25 years. In 2015 I went to Georgia but I kept up the bills and maintenance of the house. He passed away in 2018 without a will. We came back in January of this year 2023. Can we claim it through adverse possession without involving her siblings because we are the ones who... View More
Continuous adverse possession has not occurred since you left the property for 5 years. Hopefully you have paid taxes on it for several years. Transferring title by adverse possession is usually a defense to ejectment, not a suit for you to file as plaintiff. Right now you do not have color of...View More
I have not seen the house announced in the paper for auction, nor is it posted anywhere. It was turned over to the state within the last two months or less. Is there an alternate route to taking ownership?
To purchase a property recently acquired by the State of Mississippi for delinquent taxes, you typically need to wait for the property to go through the tax sale or auction process. If it hasn't been advertised or posted yet, it's advisable to monitor announcements and notices from the...View More
I have a salary of $88k before taxes and insurance. Therefore cannot afford the 5 year repayment plan they have offered thus far. Also have a current garnishment from the business on my paycheck currently of 25% or $750 per check. What is the max TN could collect per check?
You can submit an offer in compromise application with Tennessee Department of Revenue. Offer in compromise allows a settlement on your tax debt, if you can show your expenses are more than your income. You may be able to save alot of money in taxes. I hope this information helps you.
There is no general exemption from property taxes for individuals who receive Social Security disability benefits in Mississippi. However, Mississippi has a Homestead Exemption Program that provides a property tax exemption for a portion of the assessed value of a home that is owned and occupied by...View More
Yes. Only disabled veterans or their unremarried surviving spouses are 100% exempt from paying property tax in Mississippi. An exemption for seniors, and disabled people, is available in Mississippi, and persons over 65 can qualify for a reduction of up to $7,500 on the taxable value of their...View More
Only disabled veterans or their unremarried surviving spouses are 100% exempt from paying property tax in Mississippi. An exemption for seniors, and disabled people, is available in Mississippi, and persons over 65 can qualify for a reduction of up to $7,500 on the taxable value of their property.
Dependent upon the circumstances, the State of Mississippi has no such statute of limitations, and the amount of tax due may be determined, assessed and collected and suit or proceedings for the collection of the tax may be begun at any time after it becomes due.
I am executer over estate. Original plan was for me to buy out my siblings. We cannot agree on a price bc they want 20k more than appraisal. This has been going on for 3 yrs now. I have paid ALL expenses, including 5 yrs now of taxes. The 2 yrs behind my mother owed and the3 since her passing.
The Texas Tax Code defines a "taxing unit" as follows: " 'Taxing unit' means a county, an incorporated city or town (including a home-rule city), a school district, a special district or authority (including a junior college district, a hospital district, a district...View More
man has also passed leaving a wife. Her name is not on the warranty deed but she has agreed to sign property over to me. How can this be done easily? Also there is a lien in my father's name against property.
Well it can be done but probably not easily. The wife is actually making a gift to you since it is her property to deal with as she wishes. A deed would transfer the property back to you and there would have to be a release of the lien. You should get with a real estate attorney who can...View More
No, Mississippi does not exempt religious organizations from sales tax. However, churches may be exempt on the purchase of utilities if they qualify for a federal income tax exemption under 26 USCS Section 501(c)(3) if the utilities are used on a property that is primarily used for religions or...View More
It sounds like you suspect that your husband has acted fraudulently. This situation is much more common that you might think. Therefore, IRS has organized several methods for you to report the tax return filing, to report the inappropriate claim of dependents, and to clear your good name. You will...View More
In most states the owner of the car is responsible for all taxes owed on it; however, that information is not as readily available as it is in other situations--like real estate taxes and IRS liens on real property. The general rule is that taxes go along with the items bought, which means you, as...View More
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