i noticed today when i used the online shopping at Walmart that my total was 42.60 and total was 65.89. i am a snap benefit recipent so under the law my items are exempt so how did i get charged over 20 dollars in tax alone? this is insane and looking at my past receipts they have done this the... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
You can contact Walmart customer service and bring the issue to their attention. They may be able to refund the tax amount that was incorrectly charged to you. You can also file a complaint with your state's Department of Revenue or equivalent agency, as they oversee sales tax compliance by... Read more »
I even got certified copy of payments dispersed from the courthouse and let him know that I wanted to claim all 3 children since he was not current for 2022. He never responded and then went and filed and claimed 2 children anyways. 2 of the children live with me and 1 child lives with him.
answered on Feb 13, 2023
You should file a Petition to Enforce and ask the Court to order him to amend his taxes for those years within thirty days of the Court's order. The Court will likely schedule a conference and evidentiary hearing. At that time, you should bring with you whatever forms you need him to sign in... Read more »
That NCP can claim if current on child support and arrear payments. I have calculated it and i am still calculating a short in child support payments. The arrears balance was at $1400 in May 2022. Due to his job loss and no payment for 5 months the balance went to $2300 by August 2022 then payments... Read more »
answered on Jan 17, 2023
The question really hinges on whether he is current for the 2022 tax year. He can be behind overall, but if he paid all that was he supposed to in 2022, he can claim the child. If he didn't, you can claim the child. Remember: The parent not claiming the child needs to sign Form 8332 in order... Read more »
Said i owed another $4,000 i believe. IRS said i had a fraudulent claim for tax year 2011. Told me i was responsible. Ididnt file a tax return in 2011, i was in prison. Idid what was asked of me in 2016 to prove i was in prison and had a meeting with an official and brought him everything i wss... Read more »
answered on Nov 8, 2022
This issue can get a little complex. To start off if the IRS is saying you owe taxes, you file a return, and a due a refund, they will keep the refund. If you are a victim of identity theft you need to call the IRS identity theft department directly at 800-908-4490 to resolve the issue. It might... Read more »
My wife and I are beneficiaries of an irrevocable trust. The trust was funded using only real estate. The trustee passed away 3 years ago.
We live in AZ. We have chosen to not transfer title from the trust to our names due to the FTB (CA) having filed a lien. The lien states that any... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2022
Appoint a successor trustee and let them handle the transactions for you.
In the case of divorce - Trust 1, which has a clause that names the beneficiary as spouse A & states distributions are not community property, owns an S corp (an LLC). The S corp paid distributions to spouse A, which were claimed jointly as non passive income in a community property state (AZ).... Read more »
answered on May 25, 2022
Unfortunately, you are asking a very difficult question. The answers hinge on the documents currently in place as well as the status of the divorce. The attorney will need to see if there is premarital agreement in place. If so, that agreement may control. We also need to look at the S... Read more »
I only receive commission & 1099. I am asking for reimbursement for all necessary spending & maintenance costs as I’m out of pocket for all. I have had no time off, no health care , no overtime tho I am solely responsible for the business . I sign all client contracts as rep for... Read more »
answered on Apr 26, 2022
You should call and attorney and request a case evaluation. Whether a 1099 independent contractor is misclassified is a fact specific analysis based on a number of factors.
answered on Mar 7, 2022
I am 100% certain that the IRS website (IRS.gov) has the answer to this question. because there are many taxpayers who need to know. Failing that, call a CPA.
ss already changed payee rep for survivors benefits and ssi benefits because CPS approved me to take care of my cousins but the uncle that had them still wants to keep their Child Tax Credits and file taxes for them for the year 2021. Both children have mental health issues and one tried commiting... Read more »
answered on Oct 13, 2021
If there is a court order granting the uncle the authority to claim the children on taxes, the best route is to petition the court to modify the order. If there is no court order granting that authority, he may have the right to claim them for 2021 in any event since the children were residing in... Read more »
My grandson lives with me. His mother claimed his on 2020 taxes. I will claim him on 2021. Mom and father are not married and are drug addicts, unknown addresses. How do I ensure I receive the child tax credit and she doesn't receive them? I do not have legal custody but he has lived with... Read more »
answered on Jul 13, 2021
Unless you have some form of legal custody of your grandson, I do not believe you are entitled to claim him on your taxes. You should consult a tax professional to be sure (accountant or tax attorney), but I am highly confident that you cannot claim your grandson on your taxes or get any kind of... Read more »
answered on Jun 10, 2021
The First Amendment does not allow you to avoid paying taxes.
answered on Dec 15, 2020
That would depend on the current court order regarding which party is entitled to claim the child on taxes. If the order grants the parent who is subject to the OOP the right to claim the child on taxes, then yes - until the order is modified by the Court or the parties agree, in writing, to a... Read more »
I came back to my USA resident from living in Japan from June 2019 to a few days after Xmas 2019 at my son's resident and his family. I saw IRS deficiency letter inside my USA resident mail-box,I respond to IRS AND filed my court petition in Jan. 2020, the Tax Court comes up with a specific... Read more »
answered on Jul 28, 2020
The issue is that you were probably receiving multiple letter prior to June of 2019 at that address and that is the address that the IRS has on file for you, which is probably the address you used to file the return. There are a couple of ways to change the outcome of missing the time period to... Read more »
I recently received a letter from the Trump administration informing me that my Economic Impact Payment had arrived.
I was under the impression that it was illegal for the IRS to share my tax information with third parties except under certtain well defined circumstances... Read more »
answered on Apr 29, 2020
First, you can sue anyone for anything.
The question is can you survive summary judgement, I have no clue. I'd need way more information to make a determination.
I would only make that determination after you retained me as your attorney.
If you want an answer... Read more »
child support payments what could happen to this personnel, is there anything the mother can do in her part please help.
answered on Mar 18, 2020
If you signed an 8332 you would file a contempt action in domestic court. You'd need to discuss that with a local attorney that knows AZ domestic law. I do not.
If not file by mail and claim them. You'll both get a letter from the IRS requesting documentation for the deduction.... Read more »
For back due taxes on his business. I want my half of the value of the property before it forecloses.
How do I put a lien on this?
answered on Feb 20, 2020
An owner cannot have a lien on their own property. If the lender was an entity of the owner, then the entity can have a lien. Talk to an experienced litigator, with real estate experience.
If I owe taxes on California, can the state of California file a lien in Arizona against any property that I own?
answered on Jan 21, 2020
Generally no. They are limited to the real and personal property within the state.
I have not filed personal income taxes in around 11 years. At first is because I owed knew that I was going to owe a few hundred dollars, then I left it for the following year and then the following year and I know that I may owe between 7 to 10 thousand dollars. Now, I've been doing a lot... Read more »
answered on Oct 15, 2019
See if you qualify for assistance from a law income taxpayer clinic in your area. It is impossible for us to give you the best advice without a lot more detail. Here is a link for more information on the clinics.
My sister and I own 5 acres of farmland in McFarland, CA. we inherited from my Father’s estate in 2009 he passed away in 2007. I live in Tucson, AZ. I’ve been paying the property tax for 12 years and my sister who lives in CA. just ignores all of my attempts for her to pay her share. I once... Read more »
answered on Jul 17, 2019
If that person is charged and successfully prosecuted the statute states it is a class 1 misdemeanor. The maximum punishments for misdemeanors are outlined by A.R.S. § 13-707. According to the statutes, the maximum penalties for a class 1 misdemeanor include up to six months in jail and a fine of... Read more »
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