Called the title company back 3 days later when I realized I needed to pay the 2% tax. They had already sent in the paper work in. They said get with your tax adviser. Did not want to get in trouble for signing saying I live there & not paying 2% right now.
Our board is trying to purchase new water meters for everyone in our community. We are trying to upgrade our water system in Falcon Heights. We have a member in our community who was a past president who wants to be at our executive sessions. So he is bringing up the Sunshine Law. And says we... Read more »
At the beginning of the year, I accepted a job for a company that offered to relocate me. I moved from San Diego to Denver. They paid for everything: household goods, vehicle transportation, temporary lodging, etc. I did not see a single contract or receipt for any of those expenses. They were paid... Read more »
Yes, the majority of the provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) took effect 1.1.2018. Some did not, most notably accelerated depreciation took effect 9.27.17 and the ACA penalty is removed 1.1.19.
It's always better if you can build a professional relationship before the disaster strikes.
My suggestions would be to call them up and talk to them. Sign an agreement. Put down a retainer of an agreed upon amount. If anything happens you have a lawyer retained and they know they'll get...Read more »
The 8332 is for all years and states the same in our divorce decree. I am in arrears from 2016 and 2017 that just got a judgement on it. I understand they will take my return, but can I still claim my child?
Back taxes for 2 separate corporations that were started in Montana. Seeking a lawyer in Denver Colorado as that is where the i currently reside. Does the sought out lawyer in Colorado need to have jurisdiction in Montana in order to help me?
Unlike VAT, sales tax is paid by the vendor at point of sale. So, if the purchase was in Colorado, the vendor must report and pay sales tax on the sale unless there is an exemption under state law. Such exemptions often exist for non-profit charitable entities with § 501(c) status, but the...Read more »
Printed goods supplied, invoiced paid by an international company located outside the USA. Goods delivered to another company located in Colorado. Does the International Company have to pay state tax for the goods?
It's going to depend on the goods and services provided. Is the company paying for a service or a good? Services are not subject to sales tax, goods are. If I have my brakes changed am I buying brakes, the installation service, or both? The first step would be an analysis of what was purchased and...Read more »
On September 15th 2014 I moved out of Colorado to Utah and have resided there ever sense. 2014 tax year I simited a partial year tax return to both the state of Colorado and Utah. Now Colorado is claiming that I own them back taxes for the tax your 2015 of just over $4,000. All of my income for... Read more »
Colorado is incredibly aggressive regarding residency for income tax purposes. You're going to have to provide evidence that you were not physically in Colorado and that you had changed your residency to Utah. Here's a CO Dept. of Revenue ("CDOR") FYI publication explaining resident/non-resident...Read more »
When an individual passes their property receives a step-up in basis to the current Fair Market Value either on the date of death or what's call the alternative valuation date. There are reasons to pick either I won't go into that right now.
What is basis? It's what you paid for the stock....Read more »
If the IRS finds out you will face stiff penalties and interest and possible criminal charges. If this was nonwillfull then your best option is to file via the offshore voluntary disclosure program. You only have until September 28th. The paperwork can be difficult and confusing and you may...Read more »
The costs of pursuing legal action for negligence, fraud, etc... are rarely worth the time and costs. You would have to file in the county where you signed the service agreement, or where the BK's place of business is. Filing fee will probably be more than you paid for the return.
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