My ex husband and I have been divorced a few years. We share 4 children. In our decree we each claim 2 of our children on our taxes. I have primary custody and he has visitations. This year our oldest son has stopped his visitations with my ex husband. He has solely lived with me since the first... Read more »
answered on Sep 30, 2022
Generally speaking the parent who has primary custody claims the children on taxes UNLESS it has either been agreed or Ordered otherwise in the Decree.
If your Decree states that the father is to claim 2 of the kids then its best to follow the Decree to avoid being in contempt.
If... Read more »
answered on Mar 27, 2022
If you could provide more details, that would assist in getting the best answer.
I was hoping I could ask you a question.
When I login to get my account transcripts. For some reason as of last Friday I was able to see 2014 and 2015 and download them. However as of yesterday Saturday I can see all of them except for 2014 and 2015 it says N/A for those years.
Is... Read more »
answered on Jan 12, 2022
Transcripts only stay available online for a certain period of time. If you did not owe any taxes for a particular year it is not unusual for them to be removed. January is the time of year that the IRS updates its systems so that may be why they disappeared. There is no guarantee that this is... Read more »
Employee does not want to endorse back of check to have family member deposit/cash for them. They want their paycheck made payable directly to their relative who does not work for the company. Employee is not an independent contractor.
answered on May 9, 2020
No. Unless the family member is the employee the employer cannot violate federal and state law.
answered on Mar 31, 2020
Find any tax documents you have in your possession.
Order Wage & Income and account transcripts from the IRS.
Draft and file the missing returns. Ask for forgiveness on any penalties.
Setup a payment plan for the amounts owed, if any.
May want to hire a... Read more »
And I have state assistance for my son. What can I do? My parents falsified their tax return by claiming my son. PLEASE help me
answered on Feb 5, 2020
You can file your return and claim him. The IRS will then ask you both to prove where the child lived for most of the year. They will look at things like school records, etc. that will show where the child lived during the year.
So I am the owner of a music group and naturally we don't have a large amount of capital to start a huge company but I was wondering how it works with taxes once you form an LLC and pay for things for your company with personal money before a lot of profit starts coming in is it tax... Read more »
answered on Jul 27, 2019
Speaking with a tax planner is your best bet. He/She can help you decide what entity type is best for you and how to structure your entity to work in your best taxable interests. Business licenses vary from state to state and even county to county or town to town. You should speak with an... Read more »
Girlfriend and I filed 2017 taxes together. I clai.ed her as a dependent t and later found d out she made almost 100 over the limit to file on her own. I have moved and never recieved aletter. How much is the fine e and how do I fix this.
answered on May 14, 2019
To fix it file a 1040X.
Penalty would be 0.5% of the amount owed as a result of the correction plus interest of 3-5% per month.
answered on May 7, 2019
Be sure to be at the auction and prepared to bid, the lowest of which will include all the costs of staging the auction, which is why they will not just take the lesser amount you owed before it went under.
answered on May 3, 2019
You could try hiring a CPA or tax lawyer-- to answer this hypothetical question.
Bought a house in august 2016 sold it in November 2018 lived in it the whole time
answered on Apr 7, 2019
An asset held over one year is treated under the long term capital gains rate. Assets held under one year are treated under short term rates. If you are referring to the exclusion of income from the sale of your home, if you owned and lived in the place for two of the five years before the sale,... Read more »
I owe the IRS $6500 and have the check ready to go. Will they reject my hardcopy without him signing as tax preparer? Is this legal for him to do? I have paid in full for my personal taxes, which he refuses to efile until I finalize pmt for my corporate taxes.
Hello, I finally paid off my entire child support debt last year after 9 long years! I had to ask them to close it, and meantime my wages were still being garnished until my case was closed, which finally took place in August of 2017. While I waited for it to close, they began sending me checks for... Read more »
answered on Mar 1, 2018
I would start by contacting the IRS to make sure that your refund was taken for child support. If it was then you will likely need to go back to child support enforcement with proof that the IRS took the refund for child support.
At the end of 2015 my property was stolen, including ALL of my receipt books, invoices, etc. I have been postponing filing my taxes because I guess I thought it would just go away..? Well now I know I need to get it done, but cannot get through to the IRS. How do I file taxes when I have no... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2018
You will need to reconstruct your records. Start with your bank statements and credit card statements. If you paid cash at places that may keep records then contact them and see what they may be able to supply to you. The IRS will only have records of any wage information that was reported by... Read more »
I have a $30,000 personal deliquent tax debt and a federal tax lien for that debt from the years 2012-2016. I have filed every year on time. I live in Nevada. Since 2012 I have had an installment agreement that I have paid on time all the time except for this year 2017. I defaulted on my agreement... Read more »
answered on Aug 8, 2017
I cannot address whether Poland will issue you a work permit, but as far as the IRS goes, it will not prohibit you from living and working in Poland. You should be aware, however, that for as long as you live outside the United States, the statute of limitations on collecting your tax debt stops... Read more »
answered on Sep 30, 2016
The IRS letter will tell you which tax form the delinquency is for, as well as the tax year. Make sure your confirm that the letter is for your business and not you, personally, because they can be two separate issues. It's difficult to know exactly what the issue is without seeing the... Read more »
After filing innocent spouse can irs charge you both 10k?
answered on Feb 21, 2016
If the IRC charges each $10K, it means that they have not accepted one spouse’s innocent spouse relief sought. The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended to, and may not be construed as legal, tax or accounting advice. For specific advice, please consult a... Read more »
I'm a standard employee in that my company has my taxes withheld from my paycheck.
I am also confused about the Maine state income tax because it states that the income tax is imposed on all individuals
with MAINE-SOURCE income. If my source of income is from Nevada would I... Read more »
answered on Feb 21, 2016
Generally, your residency will determine state taxation of your compensation. Your employer will apportion your W-2 income between the two states according to time-line. The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended to, and may not be construed as legal, tax or... Read more »
The attorneys general for 49 states along with the federal government reached a Settlement with SunTrust to provide relief to eligible borrowers who lost their homes to foreclosure between January 1, 2008, and December 31, 2013. I am one of these eligible borrowers. On September 30, 2014, the... Read more »
answered on Feb 21, 2016
Since August 1, 1998, generally, settlements and awards for only “personal bodily injury” is exempt from taxation under the IRC 104. I think your case should be looked into, and am not sure if you are eligible. The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended... Read more »
answered on Jan 3, 2016
The RMD in question must belong to the prior year and should be included in your prior year taxes. The form itself also should identify the tax year of the distribution. The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended to, and may not be construed as legal, tax or... Read more »
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