You should do an internet search of attorneys in the Madison county area that handle your particular type of legal situation. In addition, you can contact the local bar association and ask for a list of criminal practitioners. Finally, the local assigned counsel panel may provide a list of...Read more »
You could repost and add the categories Business Formation and Business Law. There's no guarantee all posts are answered, but your question remains open for a week and it's possible it might have better chances of being seen in those additional categories. Good luck
In short, the answer is probably yes. It would likely go through the IRS (especially if paper filed). However, at some point it would likely trigger an error/rejection type of message and/or an outright audit. S Corps file Form 1120S, which issues form K-1S. One of the great advantages of an S...Read more »
There is a lot of misinformation online that is preying on the public. Generally, the best State to form an LLC is the State is where you planning to operate the business from. Here are some things that may go wrong if you open a Wisconsin LLC, while you are in NY: 1. You would have a very hard...Read more »
My presence in my home country is not needed, I can work with my advisor remotely. My US advisor knows my home country advisor; they work on very close problems, they are both okay with this scenario. Can I legally do it, from the point of view of the US laws? I receive a scholarship in the States... Read more »
If a visa of any type is involved, you may want to additionally repost in the Immigration Law section - it's possible the insight of an immigration attorney could be valuable, and possibly more relevant than the other categories, depending on circumstances. Good luck
You might have better chances of finding an attorney if you start reaching out to them instead of continuing to wait. Your post remains open for a week, and the format here is more question and answer board than attorney referral service. You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above to locate Estate...Read more »
Generally, tax preparers are supposed to provide a copy of their work, upon client demand. There may be a few exceptions, such as unpaid tax professional fees and/or subject to complying per court order/injuction.
In the U.S., the motto of everyone can sue everyone over anything is...Read more »
Hi. My sister has been a missionary in Peru for four years, and plans to do this for several more years. I am in the process of helping her sell her Condo in NYC. She will have a net equity profit of approximately $65,000 at sale, she does want to use this to buy her next home when she returns... Read more »
According to the IRS, when a debt is canceled, forgiven or discharged, the canceled amount is part of your gross income and you must pay taxes on that income unless you qualify for an exclusion or exception. Creditors who forgive $600 or more of debt for you are required to file Form 1099-C with...Read more »
Can I file his taxes or should I leave it alone? Is it legal for me to do it since he is married. He never gave consent for any specific individual to file taxes as we were in the process of doing so while he was diagnosed with cancer. Rapid divorce was not as rapid as his diagnosis unfortunately... Read more »
Only his estate representative can file his taxes. The wife is due the first $50,000 of his estate unless he had a will, so unless the refund is more and there are other assets, there is no need to do it.
Whoever is the estate fiduciary can file the return. The refund, if any, goes to the estate. The first $50,000 of any estate (unless there is a will) goes to the spouse. Thus, you need to determine if there is anything in it for you, if an estate is worth commencing, and if a return should be...Read more »
Not sure your question, but you should be eligible. For your husband, it depends on whether he remained in the US for over 183 days. Along with the SSN, he'll be considered a resident alien for tax purposes. If so, he'll be eligible as well.
According to the covid stimulus package, those who are in default of their student loans will not have their tax refund garnished. My question is: Does this apply to only 2019 tax refunds, or will it also apply to 2017 and 2018 refunds? I am entitled to refunds for the past three years and never... Read more »
The stimulus does not involve tax year 2019--because 2019 tax returns are not even due until July 15, 2020. Moreover, If you have never filed tax returns for tax years 2018 or 2017 you will probably not receive any stimulus check.
I assume that I would have to pay short-term capital gains taxes based on the immediate market value, then if I immediately sold it, would I then pay capital gains taxes again based on the original owner's cost basis? Thank you in advance for your insights.
If you received it for services rendered. The value of the Stock is ordinary income to you. And, the value is, therefore, your tax basis. If you sell it at a gain, the difference between your selling price and the value when you received it for services rendered is your capital gain; short term or...Read more »
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