I have been a payroll specialist for several years but just started working for a new employer. It has come to my attention that the previous payroll manager was making tax withholding changes based on phone conversations only, no W4 or any documentation whatsoever. I’ve never heard of this... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
Employers are generally required to follow the employee's W-4 form for tax withholding purposes. The IRS Publication 15-T provides guidance for employers on how to determine the amount of federal income tax to withhold from employee wages based on their W-4 form. Employers may make changes to... Read more »
answered on Feb 6, 2022
It might benefit you to create an LLC for limiting personal liability.
For the answer to your specific tax question, I suggest you query "LLC" and "pass-through" or contact a CPA or tax attorney if you still have questions.
Parents are still alive, Mom was placed in a nursing home, dad, I think signed papers medicaid papers which turns over assets. I am the only child but live out of state. Could we deed or put into a trust? Options?
I have verified no Liens on the property other than a bank note.
answered on Aug 10, 2021
Hire a competent MO attorney for advice. This is a public forum. There are many different ways to protect assets, but none are perfect.
I have been employed full-time where she has only worked last few months of 2020 as she took custody of my step grandson. I thought 50/50 was fair
I have a buyer, and will be selling the house for the remainder of the mortgage, walking away from the closing table with nothing.
answered on Jun 29, 2020
You can sell your house but the unpaid property tax will have to be paid at closing.
My husband and I have been married 5 years. After marriage, I moved into his home and we subsequently completed a transfer beneficiary deed on the home. If he were to pass, would I be obligated to pay some sort if estate tax on the home?
I didn't agree to getting paid under the table also they only paid me $100 for 50hours
answered on Apr 20, 2020
Being paid or paying a contractor in cash is not illegal.
Failure to report income is illegal.
Failure to classify a worker properly is illegal (not in the criminal sense per se but it is a violation of the tax code).
If you were misclassified as a contractor when you... Read more »
I never received a paycheck from a place I worked for only one day and I assumed it was because I was still training. I just received a W-2 from them saying I did earn wages but I never received them despite setting up direct deposit. Who would I contact about this, some legal department or the... Read more »
answered on Jan 26, 2020
A business’s legal department is the business itself. I suggest contacting the HR or payroll person at the business.
irs is demanding that i pay taxes on this amount---is there any way i can make this a distrubution for this tax year ?
On it as a forever residence could there be a way to pay an owners unpaid property tax and gain a title to the land that way
answered on Jul 31, 2019
You can purchase property at a tax sale. But you will need to consult an attorney familiar with the process of getting the deed to the land in your name.
Family is not close greed appears to motivate wondering if am in need of lawyer to insure protection of inheritance or does said trust document do that and chips basically fall as they may based on the scum at hand ?
answered on Jul 2, 2019
You appear to be looking in the right direction: Hire a lawyer experienced in trust law and probate law.
am i responsible for this??
answered on Jun 6, 2019
Unless someone pays the personal property taxes the state or county will place tax liens on the trailer.
If it Sold for back taxes do I as a tennant since I've been there for 13 years have more rights than anybody on the purchase
answered on May 21, 2019
No. Unless the new owner wants to rent to their house to you, you have no rights to continue living in their house.
Would I just file normally? Or would I have to file an innocent or injured spouse form?
Most of the deductions comes from the spouse not in bankruptcy.
answered on Feb 1, 2019
This is a question that may be a matter of local practice. You'll want to consult a bankruptcy attorney in your geographic area.
Where I practice, in Detroit, a non-filing spouse filing a tax return jointly with a filing Chapter 13 debtor will be allowed to retain their 50% of the... Read more »
We are amicable and want to work together to get this done. We're not sure what we owe in taxes, so we're not sure what to put down for debts on the dissolution of marriage form. Also, will she have any trouble changing her name because of this? We don't have much property (basically... Read more »
answered on Sep 7, 2018
One way to go about this would be to talk to a CPA about filing for the years you missed before you divorce. You may owe or you may be due a refund, but it could be easier to figure out how that should be handled with more information. Good luck!
I took my required minimum distribution (RMD)from my qualified retirement account (simple IRA) early in April the year before the RMD was required. The next year (year it is required to start withdrawing) can I wait until December 31st?
answered on Jul 8, 2018
Your required minimum distributions are determined on an annual basis. Therefore, if you took the distribution last year and are trying to include that distribution as part of your required minimum distribution for the following year, it won’t work. There is a different equation that is used... Read more »
My husband owns and operates his own jewelry store in Rolla Mo. Sells consignment jewelry, custom makes own jewelry and sells, repairs jewelry. My husband has not paid Federal or State taxes for over 3 years. I didn’t know until this tax year. Has had business for 37 years. He told me that for... Read more »
answered on May 2, 2018
Never file a joint return with your husband and do not participate in his business in any way. You are going to have to be very careful about having any joint assets with your husband as his half will be subject to seizure if/when the IRS or State catches up with him. I think it would be to your... Read more »
My husband makes good money, but his ex wife refuses to hold down a real job. She hasn't filed her taxes either, claiming "She doesn't work". This of course throws the income levels off balance and she is fighting for more child support. One child has aged out and it is time to... Read more »
answered on Apr 25, 2018
Father may introduce proof the Mother is employed. He may also request the Court impute an income to her based upon her earning capacity. This is not the amount she earns; it is the amount she could earn if she did work. This determination takes into consideration her education, licenses,... Read more »
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