If you operate a a WA company from OR WA still taxes you on any income since you're a resident. The only way to avoid that would be to operate the company as a corporation and don't take any salary or dividends.
A little more detail ... Grandmother passed away, grandfather years back. My parents are deceased. My 2 cousins and I are receiving the proceeds of the sales of all properties and accounts split 3 equal ways in accordance with Swiss law. My portion is estimated at roughly $1,085,000.... Read more »
Hi, my husband just passed away and without will because he got a stroke is die very fast. Last Oct 2018, his daughter introduce a lawyer for him so we designed to made a trust. On the first meeting my husband said l can using all the rent income for ten years until our daughter Graduates but the... Read more »
Please accept my condolences on the death of your spouse. From your post, it appears you are or may be a beneficiary of a revocable living trust. Your spouse was one of the trustors of the trust, and you may be a trustor also. A trustor is a person who creates a trust. I recommend that you...Read more »
It certainly can feel that way, the problem is that there is no right to representation before being taxed. That was a revolutionary slogan. If you drive through a random city and get gas you're paying gas tax without representation or sales tax or excise tax, etc... Washington DC has been taxed...Read more »
Oregon Elks Lodge, contacted by telecom company, offer is 300k lump sum, Elks concerned about paying taxes on this income as it would be other business income "or whatever the term is." We are a non profit, not sure how a one time payment would implicate taxes due. If the income is taxable, can... Read more »
If it is an Oregon state tax issue, the best thing to do is call a few tax attorneys in Oregon and get some price quotes. You can expect some to quote a flat fee and some to quote hourly. You can also ask attorneys you know to refer you to a trusted colleague.
She has another job ckeaning Les Schwabs. She gets paid a certain amount by check, to report taxes but another thousand under the table. So basically, there are a few grand a month she doesn't report. She reports enough to get Oregon insurance. What are the penalties if she gets found out?
I am not sure what you mean about your wife losing her Oregon health insurance if she reports all her income; but you should know that lawyers do not advise people on how to do anything illegal--for reasons too obvious to mention here.
That said, here is my answer: Surely your wife must...Read more »
I read about doing 2 state returns when income is split. But in 2018 had no income in Washington or Oregon. I am hoping to only file the capital gains on my Federal return. But wondering if Federal return or 1099s will trigger something for Oregon revenue.
Because your self-employment earnings are more than $400, you will need to file a tax return for the year. You may have to pay some self-employment taxes when you file your return if you are not eligible for credits that could offset the taxes owed.
Is this a question about your how to file your tax return? Assuming it is, the courts generally prefer that a couple that haven't gotten divorced yet look at the way to save the most taxes. You and your husband should agree to have an accountant or CPA prepare your return both ways - married...Read more »
Filed on software on phone it told me he was head of household (not single) , claimed niece nephew, permission granted by sister, with whom he lived. first owed $2000ish now over$7000,threatening to take his possessions
A competent lawyer, accountant, or tax preparer will not take that position. It is considered a "tax protester position" and is considered by courts to be a frivolous position to take. Making an argument like that will land you in trouble with the IRS and possibly the Department of Justice. A...Read more »
us easier when she died. But she ended up having to move into semi-assisted living, and now we are looking at huge capital gains taxes when we sell. She will need all the money for her housing, so is there any way to take our names back off the deed so she can keep all the money?
You should contact an attorney with experience in estate planning. Your mother may be eligible for Medicaid if she hasn't owned the home for 20 years. Capital gains taxes can be reduced if the home is one's primary residence. Before transferring the home back into your mother's name, you should...Read more »
You can do nothing or you can claim your child as a dependent for tax purposes. If you claim him as a dependent, the IRS will audit you and your former spouse. You will need to prove to the IRS that your child resided with you at least 50% of the year and that you paid more than 50% of his...Read more »
decree had typo or evil X snuck in he gets 2015 exemptions for kids but i took 2015 exemptions on my taxes since i had kids entire year and the federal irs law said i could and IRS was never going to allow X to take it since he didn't have kids in 2015..so X filed contempt and stupid judge found... Read more »
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