I thought I had until April 15th to pay the whole thing but was making payments and planned on having it paid off by April 15th, but then I got a bill for the remaining 200 stating that it is due March 5.
It's important to check with the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue to confirm the exact deadline for payment. In general, the deadline to file and pay state income taxes in Pennsylvania is April 15th. However, if you owe taxes and don't pay the full amount by the original due date, you...View More
is she responsible for any taxes on the house or can I claim it on my taxes. how does this work on your taxes. I bought the house and I received all the profits but my accountant said she may be responsible for 1/2. I am hoping to be responsible for it all.
The tax implications of selling a house with multiple owners depend on several factors, including the ownership percentage of each owner and the length of time the property was owned. Here is some general information that may be helpful:
Ownership percentage: If the deed to the house was in...View More
My Dad never updated his will but he left everything to his girlfriend and she said she is going to distribute everything between her and the 3 children evenly. Wondering about taxes and if I should get an attorney to make sure it’s done fairly. 350k+ in assets and investments mostly... View More
Not sure how to read your question, but if you mean by "never updated his will" that your dad DID have a will and his girlfriend received everything under the will, then you will definitely want to meet with a PA estate attorney. if the will is probated and the girlfriend does not file...View More
My house was sold Sept 2022 at an upset sale. I live in Latrobe pa Westmoreland county. After the sale I was never notified and the deed was transferred on Jan 30th. I am still currently living in the house and trying to find a place but it's hard since I'm on disability. What legal... View More
If your house was sold at an upset sale and you were not notified, you may have legal options to challenge the sale and possibly delay eviction. You should consult with a local attorney who specializes in real estate law or foreclosure defense to discuss your specific situation and explore...View More
Be considered mail tampering. I have received the letter 1444c three times to my forwarded address but they returned the payment for the notice three times they know what they are doing and I want to know if I could perhaps file a complaint against that post office or whoever is in charge ect.
No. They are not supposed to forward certain things. You need to be sure that the IRS and the government have your proper address. Discuss this with your Congressperson--they have information on how you can get your payments.
for 2020 I owed $7200 on April 15th to the IRS but I accidentally dated it for 2021 and now they refuse to transfer the $7,200 from 2021 to 2020. so essentially my $7,200 is just sitting there being unused because im no longer self employed so I no longer need to make quarterly payments. I'm... View More
(1) If you can find the right person to talk with in the IRS, your problem should be resolvable. When you contact the IRS, keep asking for the next higher supervisor until you get someone who will work with you.
(2) Other than that, on January 1st, 2022, file your 2021 return, show the...View More
If your mother claimed your son and you have not filed yet for that tax year, you can file a paper return and claim him yourself. Include a note explaining that your mother claimed him incorrectly. The IRS will then ask both of you to prove who provided the majority of his support. This can...View More
PA inheritance tax on bequests to child/children is five percent. When that is paid, the property enjoys a "stepped up basis", so that on a subsequent sale of the property, any capital gain is computed as the difference between the stepped up basis and the sale price, both for PA and...View More
The first step is to probate the will at the Register of Wills in the county where the decedent lived at the time of death. Once letters testamentary and short certificates are obtained, then the executors have the authority to sell the house.
Right now there are special procedures that...View More
It is unclear if the father is a PA or New York resident. If we assume the father was a PA resident at his death, then the joint bank account will be taxed by PA at 50% of its value on the date of death and at 4.5%. This assumes that the account existed as a joint account for more than one year...View More
I am filing an LLC in Pennsylvania to provide general accounting service and preparing tax as a CPA, are the services to be provided considered restricted professional services? The LLC will be a single member LLC. The member is a licensed CPA. No public accounting (typically Auditing or advisory)... View More
I, along with 3 others (one of whom is my husband) are looking at buying a large plot of land. Two of us have experience farming and we would like to farm the land for personal use. We would also like to provide food from the farm to those in need. So we would like to apply for nonprofit status and... View More
The "simple" answer to your question is it is possible to operate a non-profit and a for-profit on the same land. However the more important and complex questions are (i) does it make sense from a tax and business point of view; and (ii) what are your for-profit goals or objectives. You...View More
Income I made from 1992 to 1994 was not recorded even if I filed my taxes for those years. I contacted my ex-employer and they gave me a confirm letter with my salaries for the years I worked, but the letter is not considered as proof by the social security office. I just dont know... View More
If you have copies of your tax returns for those years, I would call the social security administration to see if they could update their records accordingly. If they cannot do it, then this gets to be a harder task. You could contact the IRS (good luck with that these days with their limited...View More
Check your court paperwork, and if the judge's office told you that you were able to, you should certainly take advantage of that option. Without more information, it is difficult to speak to your specific situation, but at least in general there is a CDC issued stay on evictions for...View More
You were not married when she received the check, one half of which belongs to you because of your marriage during 2019. You need to work it out with her and let her know that you are legally entitled to ½ of the money. Probably, it is not worth to ask attorney to write a letter to her. I hope...View More
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