Operated a auto repair shop in NY in 1999. Had CPA do my taxes and paid what he said that I owed for sales tax tax for year 1999 which was around $500. Later got notice that I owed more than I had paid so I contacted CPA and he said he would take care of the issue. Had unfortunate events occur in... Read more »
This question makes no sense. Just let me say this: everyone in America is supposed to file a federal tax return if they have income over $600. This includes people on Social Security. Having a student loan is irrelevant.
Monies owed to the Internal Revenue Service According to IRS I owe $5,000 for year 2012 on January 22, 2020 I will be 65 years old . They take a percentage of my partial social security. At age 65 are they still allowed to collect arrearages and what is the procedure to stop this payment
2012 taxes would not be discharged in a 2015 bankruptcy. That return would have been due 4.15.13 and the three year period for discharging income tax would not have passed until 4.15.2016. Also, the IRS is a preferred creditor in a 13.
If you want them to stop the SS levy you have to setup...Read more »
In my divorce decree, my ex-spouse agreed that I could take the full mortgage interest and real estate tax deduction on our property jointly owned until our son is financial independent. The IRS is now saying that I am only allowed to take 50% of the deduction because we both own it. The property... Read more »
I only agreed to the 50% for him because my atty said it would be from the date I moved out, not from the day he finally signed the divorce papers (3 yrs after I filed for divorce- I left in August 2016- divorce paper signed Dec 2019).
You have to use a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO). Transfers subject to a domestic relations order are not subject to penalties but you have to do it correctly. Once the account rolls over to the other party if they then distribute money or anything else it's just like nay other...Read more »
What about sales tax reporting? When and how do I do that? Read about reporting something quarterly. Is that if I make more than $400 yearly. I'm purchasing baby equipment to rent to traveling families. I use the company BabyQuip as platform and use their insurance. They only give a 1099 form to... Read more »
I work for a hotel. Guest is claiming tax exempt and only exemption form is a Allodial American National ID card. He claims hes his own entity and is required to be tax exempt. NO tax exempt form was given. It looks like he is using Moors C.M. Bey Orders, sovereignty from Federal laws. Any insight... Read more »
I own Business A and my parents own Business B. We are both retail business but sell different types of products. Since they are 2 separate business do we have to pay our sales taxes separately or can we pay them under the same EIN?
Ive been called two times now by an "Unknown number" who is leaving voicemails and leaving a case number as well as saying my place of residence and living is known and if I do not return the call. They will come to me? Can I be notified of something like this Via voice mail? Does this sound like a... Read more »
You have given almost no facts on which a good answer can be based. Even if you had, however, I'd probably refer you to a real estate lawyer to help walk you through the law affecting the property. This forum is designed and good for simple, general questions that will get you to the 'next step'...Read more »
You forgot to mention the most important fact: which entity is earning taxable income? (Note: Once that fact is known other important questions arise. That is why you desperately need professional advice and assistance.)
As a matter of federal law, the IRS is not bound by state law probate administration rules and an IRS lien may be enforced against parties that receive property from a tax debtor, if proper. It is a matter of IRS discretion and the IRS has internal procedures to determine what actions to take in...Read more »
I have a question on IRC 7874, which relates to laws on inversions. The ownership test stipulates that, in the event of merger between a US and a foreign company, if US shareholders own less that 80% of the combined firm, then the combined firm can be considered a foreign entity for tax purposes.... Read more »
my ex has not seen our child in 4+ year and has not carried insurance on her for 2+ years..i also have not had an address or phone for him for 3+ years..can he still claim her on his taxes..he is currently current his child support
On January 31, 2019, we were issued a refund check of $1644.81 from the state of Louisiana. Hesitant, I held on to it until it was almost void. A year later, I received a letter stating that refund was issued in error and we have 45 days to pay it back. Am I responsible for their error?
Unfortunately you do have to return the funds if they were issued by mistake. If they are also trying to assess penalties and/or interest I would push back on that hard. Also, verify it's really the state tax authority and not a scammer. The taxpayer always ends up paying for the governments...Read more »
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