We’ve researched definitions of what makes an employee. We know they’re not in stone but we feel they meet enough we should be employees. It’s for a Trivia game nationwide company & we host trivia games at bars. So: they tell us when & where to work. They supply the items needed to... Read more »
Be very careful. I have lots of folks who walk in with an online power of attorney. I estimate that about 20% have serious errors. These may be drafting, witnessing, signing, and creating unworkable situations. Most attorneys will provide service on a flat fee basis or may provide you with the...Read more »
Qualified medical expenses that are part of the deduction will remain the same under the new law. For 2018, you will be able to deduct expenses exceeding 7.5% of your AGI. Therefore, if your AGI is $100,000 you will be able to deduct all medical expenses that exceed $7,500. Anything under that...Read more »
My ex wife was witnessed stealing my mail to file a joint tax return in which the money was not deposited into an account under my name as well as hacking my checking account to transfer money from accounts she was not on so how do I have her prosecuted for these 3 felonies since these issues were... Read more »
Sorry, but adultery is still a felony in Oklahoma, punishable by up to a $500 fine and/or 5 years. See 21 OK Statutes § 871. Most District Attorneys are not interested in prosecuting these cases however. They're already overloaded with more serious crimes.
It depends on why you are saying the lien is non-collectible. If it is past the statute of limitations for collection, the lien will usually have expired and it will remain on your credit report as a historical bad debt item until it ages off. If you are referring to the more likely reason, that...Read more »
That depends. You might have a claim for adverse possession if you have occupied it for 15 years. Paying taxes, in itself, does not bestow title upon you. I'm guessing that the property belonged to a family member. You may need to file probate to clear the title.
Last year Dhs took all of my tax return for back child support, if I claim my new child, I had with someone else that I am taking care of and living with, on my taxes, will Dhs take the money I should get for him/her along with the rest of my return?
You can always check the IRS website at http://www.irs.gov However, it can be difficult to navigate the complex rules or find the right document without guidance. You should consult with a certified public accountant (CPA) or an attorney who practices tax law.
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