state it said I suppose to get $374.00 back from state but State sent letter they kept $374.00 for 2014 gross recipe taxes HOW DO FIND OUT what's going on with that H&R BLOCK said they made no mistakes on 2014 tax return
answered on Mar 4, 2023
If you received a letter from the state indicating that they kept $374.00 of your refund for 2014 gross receipt taxes, it is possible that there was an outstanding tax liability or other issue related to your 2014 tax return. Here are some steps you can take to investigate further:
Review... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
Under tax law, you may be able to claim foster children as dependents on your taxes if they meet certain criteria, including the length of time they were in your care. To claim a foster child as a dependent, the child must have lived with you for more than half the tax year and meet other... Read more »
I want to file for bankruptcy. I think i was a victim of a scam. I have not filed my taxes for 2020 and 2021 and know that I owe $140K for 2020 and will owe for 2021 and 2022. I wont be able to pay those in my lifetime. I took out loans and a lot of my retirement funds in 2020 and 2021 with a scam.... Read more »
answered on Jul 11, 2022
You should go see a good bankruptcy lawyer because you sound like a candidate for relief. On a board like this individualized advice is impossible.
When you go to the lawyer be prepared to complete a questionnaire that will list all your assets and all debts. Your best tax relief can come... Read more »
Apparently he didn't have any kids people that he would have left it to as far as I've been told it's been vacant for a very long time and nobody's really done anything except for them putting a sign that says substandable with black letters on the board that says no rest not... Read more »
answered on May 22, 2023
Hire a NM attorney to search the title, then check on tax payments. An heirship determination will have to be made. If no tax sale or foreclosure is imminent, then try to purchase a Deed from all tenants in common heirs. Property may not be worth the trouble.
Need to move a mobile home but there is a gross receipts tax lien does it affect the mobile home in state of new mexico
answered on May 7, 2023
Yes, a state tax lien can affect the moving of a mobile home in the state of New Mexico. The lien gives the state the right to seize and sell the mobile home in order to satisfy the outstanding tax debt. It is important to resolve the tax lien before attempting to move the mobile home to avoid any... Read more »
A non-citizen (no green cards either) couple have 4 children born in US and parents have SSNs because both spouses had temporary work authorizations during their stay in the US. How can the couple claim their child tax credit when they are not in the US any more? A US based income or permanent... Read more »
answered on May 4, 2021
This is more of a question for a Certified Public Accountant than an Immigration attorney. Best wishes!
answered on Feb 4, 2020
I'm sorry to hear about that. You've got a pretty complicated issue you may be better off going directly to an attorney and having a private consult with them. I'm not sure you're going to get useful answers to your situation in a forum such as this.
answered on Dec 28, 2019
NM Gross Receipts Tax is a unique tax in that anyone who sells a good or service in New Mexico owes it. It’s similar to a “sales tax” but is only levied on the seller and not the buyer. While there are a few exceptions, unless you qualify for one of them and timely file an NTTC, you are... Read more »
This is for assessing property taxes.
answered on Dec 28, 2019
I’m not entirely sure what you’re asking. The “homestead exemption” in New Mexico offers protection when debts are being collected from an individual...creditors are unable to force someone from their home to pay a debt (up to $60,000 is protected from creditors in these situations, see... Read more »
I am an artist in NM. In 2013 & 2014 I sold work through a gallery. They collected gross receipts tax from buyers & paid taxes on the full amount of each sale. I reported the income I received from sales on federal & state returns. Recently I was audited by NM Tax. & Rev. They... Read more »
answered on Dec 27, 2019
Based on the information you provided, you are actually in a somewhat complicated situation. You’re going to need to “get moving” soon, because there’s a 60-day within which you need to apply for a retroactive exemption to the NTTC. This pamphlet should get you started:... Read more »
My son is enrolled in the school district's post high school special needs transition program. This program requires transporting him to different job sites throughout the week. The school district does not provide transportation to the program sites. Transportation is provide by the city... Read more »
answered on Aug 24, 2019
Yes, transportation expenses for the beneficiary that are required as part of the educational program are considered qualified expenses. Make sure you retain receipts and the information regarding the necessity of the transportation in case of audit.
I have the articles of the corporation showing me as an officer and that the corporation has not been dissolved. Would a case like mine fall under tax law??
answered on Jul 30, 2019
It wouldn't be tax to determine if it was dissolved or not. You'd need a business attorney. You can also check the Secretary of State's website to see the current status.
If it was dissolved you may have a taxable event on liquidation.
I been staying with them off and on for years but months even whole year straight and last week said I was a perment tenant but now this week it said walk in I got proof I save every receipt this is motel 6 here in albuquerque they check me out after 35 days then they check me back in and I never... Read more »
answered on May 16, 2019
You might not agree with me but the amount of money involved is way too small to be of interest to most lawyers.
FYI, the law is not designed to solve every little problem that comes your way during this lifetime, The Latin phrase for this rule is "De minimus non curat lex."
From him to get the forms. He and I are I different cities. I asked the administrator to please write a letter for him and him sign it. So that I could get the forms needed from S.S.
She said she would then later informed me she was told by the facility lawyer not to do it. Does she have... Read more »
answered on Apr 17, 2019
Yes, in fact she has more than the right to refuse. Why? Because the administrator of an assisted living facility does not have the authority to do what you asked her to do. Moreover, the administrator is not being paid to write official letters to the Social Security Administration or the IRS for... Read more »
Is this legal to do please help
answered on Jan 25, 2017
Probably, yes. There are legal requirements for the State to meet in order to conduct such a sale, but death of the owner or the filing of a probate proceeding usually won't stop it. If they failed to accomplish any of the prerequisites properly, you may be able to bring suit and have the... Read more »
answered on Jan 12, 2017
Probably yes. You'd best either pay the taxes or consult an attorney about possible ways to get time to deal with it. You might try contacting the taxing agency, if you haven't already. If the taxes were income taxes, a tax resolution law firm may be able to help you reduce the claimed... Read more »
the account went into collections and was opened on dec 5, 2008. it has been over 7 years. Is that llegal for the IRS to take my taxes for this even though its been over 7 years?? They took my taxes last year as well but that was in the 7 year period. Can you please help me out. Thanks.
answered on May 7, 2016
The following constitutes general information and not legal advice specific to your situation. The collection options available with respect to federal student loans and private student loans are different. With federal student loans, there are few ways to make outstanding debt go away. Paying... Read more »
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