The reference to "12 UFC 531" seems to be incorrect or a typographical error. In the context of U.S. law, "UFC" typically does not pertain to legal statutes. It's possible you're referring to a section of the U.S. Code (U.S.C.), which is a compilation of federal...View More
There are two set of rules here. First, the rules of the business entity (operating agreement, bylaws, partnership agreement, etc.), and the Florida Laws. The interest in the business entity sometimes has a transfer on-death provision. If the interest in the business passes to a certain beneficiary...View More
Politely, you need to sit down with an experienced divorce lawyer since it appears that "someone" is doing some fast talking and you have no idea whether the claim is true or not - which means you need someone to represent you who knows how to call B...shit when such claims are made....View More
Thank you for your question. There is no "tax" on the annuity. What I believe you are referencing is that the "present value" of an annuity is worth less than what the annuity will ultimately pay. If you are treating assets that both have a "present value" such as bank...View More
I’m on permanent disability; I would like SSA to use my tax info from 2020 or 2022 as 2021 I only had high amount of taxable withdrawals from my dads Inherited IRA; used to purchase a low income affordable condo & pay taxes & additional money taken out in order to pay taxes etc. I... View More
To prepare for an SSA IRMAA appeal administrative hearing, you may want to consider seeking legal assistance from an attorney who specializes in Social Security law. They can help you present your case in the best way possible, and help you navigate the appeals process.
This is a very fact sensitive situation. If the modifications result in loud noise that disturbs other reidents, the Landlord can and should demand that you remove the modification. This is pursuant to the lease provision of quiet enjoyment which imposes a duty on the landlord.
My primary residence in New Jersey was foreclosed on and went to sheriff sale. The same bank held the first mortgage position and a second mortgage position on a HELOC. The foreclosure action included both mortgages in the one action. The final judgment included both mortgages as did the Writ of... View More
My original loan provided paid taxes on both lots listed on the deed. A third party then bought my loan and in the escrow account they only paid taxes on one of the lots on my property. The other lot went unpaid for a year and then was sold at a tax sale.
I suggest you setup a consultation with a lawyer. You have more than a simple question here and a lot will depend on who you are in the will. For example are you executor or just a beneficiary. As for tax liability that should be asked to a CPA
I owed a lien purchased in December 2016 which certifies that there were no charges before or pending after attached to this lien or property. After paying the taxes for 4 years the city said in 2020 said they "forgot" to add cleaning charges... View More
It depends whether or not a Municipal Tax Search was ordered and received and the information contained. Speak to the title company you used to check title before actually purchasing the lien and the insured the transaction.
I am looking for information on the potential outcome for the above. There was harm done to a child and involvement of DCPP, the assault done to the child has not been established in court due to postponement. I am curious about this outcome as it will severely affect parental time and the... View More
Jail time certainly looks like it is almost certain for the above offender as this person has multiple charges that could lead to that. That being said everything depends on the facts of the case and how good of a lawyer the defendant hires and lastly never under estimate luck.
I have just opened my LLC online. as a Ltd. Liability Co. - Single Member.
I am confused. When I am supposed to pay my sales tax? every quarterly online? Do I pay under my EIN number? I was told two different things- pay using EIN quarterly- 2: use your SSN and on Form 1040. so i dont know... View More
Any LLC that is not at least a 3-member LLC is not worth the paper it is printed on. Sales tax must be paid quarterly. Your question is the least of your worries. If you do not have a properly custom drafted LLC by an experienced New Jersey attorney and have your intellectual property properly...View More
There are far too many variables and unknown facts to provide you with a meaningful answer. You best way of proceeding is speaking with an experienced business and/or probate attorney. With the current economic environment, the IRS is not an agency you want to take any chances with. Good luck.
She had a will which left me, as their only child, to be executor and recipient of everything she and my father owned. I have taken care of everything including taxes. My father had a pending court case of sorts and it appears he will receive funds as a result which I am told will go to his estate.... View More
I run a single-person LLC consulting business. My business had a substantial contract recently terminated. I signed the contract in 2020 while working in NJ, and it had a "soft lock" where the customer could break the contract in exchange for material penalty payment.
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