Hi, I recently submitted an IRS Offer in Compromise and it was accepted. I plan to make my payment using EFTPS payment system and it is asking for the individual tax periods. I am unsure which tax period to select because the tax periods I owe for the Offer in Compromise are 2011,2012,2014,2015 and... Read more »
You don't have to designate a period for payments but if you default on the OIC the IRS has to apply the payment to the period designated. So if you complete the OIC it doesn't matter, but if you don't you've paid down the most recent tax debt which the IRS has the most time to...Read more »
I owe the IRS for previous years around $65K and have not yet filed for those years. I would love to set up a payment plan, but according to their website, in order to qualify for a long-term payment plan "you must owe $50,000 or less in combined tax, penalties and interest, and filed all required... Read more »
I am a federal employee, not military. I have twins who are attending the University of Washington and I would need to retain my Washington State residency for in state tuition purposes. I relocated to Georgia for a job, otherwise I would no longer be employed by the government. I do not intend to... Read more »
That’s a good question. It sounds like the tax is an unconstitutional burden on interstate commerce because it unfairly discriminates against out of state taxpayers. It would seem fair if every owner of real GA property paid the tax because that’s where the property is. But to soak out of...Read more »
Without a full transcript review, it’s hard to say. The last attorney mentioned three years plus extensions. Try referencing the Internal Revenue Manual (IRM) section 22.214.171.124 that mentions 3 yrs plus extension for SOL for refunds. The IRS agents should follow their own guidelines. This might...Read more »
Posted SL 55, Truck ahead 50-54 mph for 10 miles. Good spot to pass but not if you dawdle. Many states allow 5-10 MPH over SL to avoid forcing a driver to go for multiple miles in left lane to pass. No one forces you to pass if allowed it should be done in the safest manner possible.
Unless South Carolina is still operating in the dark ages the answer is no.
In most modern states payment of property taxes entitles the person paying the taxes to apply for a "tax deed" which becomes a lien on the property. The property cannot be sold unless someone satisfies the tax...Read more »
Am an IC for a large company. One of my jobs is to collect registration fees. The place where the event is meeting and the date has changed due to some legal issues. I am terminated my contract with the company. The people who have paid the registration fees want their money back, and I would like... Read more »
This is simple: If the checks were payable to you personally you can do (just about) whatever you want with them; and my advice on that point is to return the checks to whoever gave them to you, and document it very well.
We purchased 13.5 acre tract and previous owner had it under Conservation Use but it lapsed @2 years ago. We have a registered plant license, built a commercial size greenhouse and have filed taxes for our plant business-yet our application was denied as primary use was deemed “residential “.... Read more »
I am not licensed in Georgia, but the rules are similar in Florida. The zoning designation of conservation is the least taxed category; accordingly, all land zoned in that category is also the most closely watched by taxing authorities.
In communities that are growing the conservation...Read more »
I am the successor trustee for my parents' revocable living trust. Both parents are now deceased as of last week. In speaking to one mutual fund I was told because the trust has always had its own EIN this may preclude the basis step up when the funds are divided as per the trust instructions.... Read more »
With the understanding that we would never the put out evicted or any thing of that matter and we were to live there until our deaths upon signing the papers I the mother his soul financier of this property and its taxes who was evicted within two months and now my brother is being threatened with... Read more »
Your unfortunate situation was caused by your erroneous belief that non-lawyers can do very important things that involve their property rights without benefit of counsel. So now, rather than hire a real estate lawyer to help you avoid the errors before you made them, you will have to hire a civil...Read more »
My mother recently passed away in January 2019. I am executor of her estate& beneficiary. She & my dad(deceased2013) paid property tax on 5.08 acres. Du to title search performed when she passed there is only 4.26 acres. Last deed was dated 1979. Can I make them credit me back to when they were... Read more »
If the person who told you that the time limit is 3 years is an official of the taxing authority imposing the tax--as opposed to some well-meaning friend--then you should believe the official. In Florida, the county taxing authorities must give written notice of any change in the current assessment...Read more »
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