I mailed those in back in 2013 but the IRS slis saying they never received them. Anyways I resubmitted them again this year but now they want an explanation of why I didn't send them in back in 2013. They are trying to charge me with a $10,000 civil penalty. How can I show them proof that I sent... Read more »
Hi. There is the 20-year SOL, but you may have a better way of approaching this matter. If the collection was on an incorrect use of her SSN (Identity Theft), there are ways to prove this to be true and possibly get the money returned.
I just found out that my grandmother had dementia and can't remember much. I recently learned that my grandma had put her house in my mom's name. Her son Ronnie (my sperm donor), his girlfriend and my uncle Tim are all living under her roof and haven't taken her to a hospital in fear of losing... Read more »
You can go to the local county recorder's office and look up the deed and obtain a copy by paying a copy fee per page. If you are unable to do that, you can hire almost any real estate paralegal or attorney to obtain a copy for you. Some real estate agents have the ability to do this as well....Read more »
The facts as you've described them are quite unusual and an answer to your inquiry would require an investigation and analysis by a skilled attorney with experience in dealing with the BOE, which is now the CDTFA.
I agree with Attorney Blackburn that the premiums may be deducted. The expenses may be deductible as compensation to the recipient. However, this is not advised because they become subject to payroll taxes at both the company and individual level. This treatment may be more helpful when there are...Read more »
I assume you are referring to back federal payroll taxes (940/941). The IRS can be very aggressive in trying to collect these back taxes and even threaten shutting down your business. The good news is that in most cases, the IRS will allow you to enter into a payment plan. We have successfully...Read more »
My citizenship interview is scheduled for September. I may owe taxes to the IRS.
1. My former husband and I had an installment agreement with the IRS. We divorced in 2018; the marriage settlement agreement states that “the debt to the IRS” (it doesn’t specify the amount owed or the... Read more »
Yes, you should bring proof that you filed your tax returns, among other items, as mentioned. It’s unclear whether the documents will prove enough or even the subject of a request, but the examiner can make a request as a matter of discretion.
If asked for your tax returns, or proof of...Read more »
The notices were going to a location where I do not live (went to my ex-partner's parents house), and I just got my hands on the notices that say we owe thousands. This LLC was only active for a few years, as a production-company shooting a series, and unfortunately, the entity wasn't cancelled in... Read more »
I own a boat mooring (property) within the estuary of the City of Morro Bay, CA. The bottom land of the estuary on which my cement block sits belongs to the State of California which has granted the City of Morro Bay responsibility to manage (under a City/State tidelands agreement). I am billed... Read more »
Father stated before his death that he wanted his youngest daughter to live in his house because the other siblings were out of the state and already well established, Home owners , with good jobs. Literally on his death bed he told everyone that he wanted his youngest daughter to live in his... Read more »
Estate planning is important. The documents control the disposition of the property unless there are specific circumstances that require a different treatment. You should consult a California Probate attorney to see if any of the exemptions apply.
I have an 100% online business (no shipping or physical products). I live in California but I am originally from Florida. For tax purposes, should I LLC in Florida and file as a foreign entity in California? Will this help me save on taxes? How would home based business deductions work if I opt for... Read more »
The place that did my taxes filled my taxes out wrong.
I provided documents that I went to school at DVC and contra costa medical career college and they put Sacramento state and the wrong education credit. I am suppose to be getting lifetime student opportunity credit.
You can start by going back to that tax provider and explain what they did wrong and ask them to file an amended return for you to correct their mistake. If you still owe tax, and are assessed a penalty and interest, there are steps you may be able to take to avoid the penalty and interest.
You should quickly find an employment law attorney to discuss these issues. You may well have a valuable claim, depending on what kind of employee rights were denied you as a result of the misclassification. You may also have a claim that would allow you to raise the misclassification and other...Read more »
In October 2018, I sold my California LLC which only asset was a boat (wholly owned by my single owner/manager CA S corp). Licensed yacht brokers handled the sale through a maritime attorney. The deal was a straight up deal, llc for cash. The same maritime attorney represented both buyer and... Read more »
You are sailing in unchartered waters--at least for me. In addition, there are some important facts missing from you question that prevent lawyers from advising you. Finally, competent lawyers do not answer questions about what might happen in the future. Too many possibilities.
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