Section 179 of the Internal Revenue Code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment or vehicles used for business purposes. To be eligible, the vehicle, such as your 2005 Hummer, must be used for business purposes more than 50% of the time.
I live in GA now, I just had a wage garnishment come up on my paystub & when inquired about this was told it was from RI. Called them & it’s from 2008 when I was married and husband at time filed our taxes jointly. I made less then 10k that year & he owed. So It’s his debt but... View More
The ability of a state to garnish wages for past income tax debt, even after several years, depends on the statutes of limitations in that state. In some states, there is no statute of limitations for collecting unpaid taxes. However, it's crucial to verify the validity of the debt and explore...View More
In Georgia, the timeline for receiving proceeds from the sale of a tax-foreclosed property can vary depending on the specific county's procedures and the complexity of the case. It's not uncommon for the process to take several months. If you filed your claim papers in July 2022 and...View More
Yes, there are "impacts" that concern you (I currently represent a debtor in a Ch. 7 who has been a general partner in a small business construction company which has had a non-bankrupt general partner as well).
A general partner is personally liable for the debts of a...View More
If your business partner files for bankruptcy, it could potentially impact the assets of the business, including the condo. The exact impact would depend on a variety of factors including how the business is structured and the specific circumstances of the bankruptcy. It is recommended to consult...View More
No cooperation with real estate agents from him… I have no problem selling to be done with him but he will not cooperate and sell… I cannot sell anything with both of our names on it without his signature. What do I do? What do you do when one party will not cooperate with a court order? It is... View More
Unfortunately, you should have determined the issue of unpaid taxes during discovery, in your divorce. Finding that out after the divorce is final, leaves you out of options of how to handle it. Because now that the divorce is final, you can't ask the Court for an order for him to pay any of...View More
That will be a Future Interests Deed, which requires a very competent GA attorney to draft an enforceable conveyance. It could also be accomplished through a Trust with Future Interest terms. It will be important to declare who will take the property if the conditions are breached. You will...View More
Your question is not clear as to the type of auction involved. There is no right of redemption after a foreclosure sale in Georgia. If this was a tax sale, redemption can occur until such time as the tax sale purchaser forecloses the right to redeem, which cannot occur until one year after the...View More
Deed was signed against my desire. Brother and I are remaindermen. we have 3 other siblings. so i want to divide the remainder 5 ways, not 2.but first use for mothers care. Next, we will have to sort thru tax consequences.
Yes, you can sell the property, but she will have to join in the signing as her life estate as well as your remainder interests have to be transferred to the purchaser. If she is mentally unable to sign, then hopefully someone has a durable financial power of attorney for her so they can sign on...View More
As an independent contractor receiving a 1099, you may be able to deduct certain expenses related to your work from your income. These deductions can help lower your tax liability and reduce your taxable income.
Some common deductions that may be available to independent contractors...View More
If your ex claims your child on their taxes when they haven't supported him all year, they may be committing tax fraud. The IRS has rules about who can claim a child as a dependent for tax purposes, and the primary requirement is that the person claiming the child must have provided more than...View More
If a person owes personal state or federal income taxes in Georgia, their LLC's business checking account may be subject to garnishment or levy by the Georgia Department of Revenue or the IRS, depending on the circumstances.
Generally, the LLC's bank account can be subject to levy...View More
You can set up a payment arrangement based on what you can pay but if you are unable to pay the amount due in full, that will not protect your home. You should speak with a tax attorney. Most of us do not charge a consultation fee. This way you can find out if there are any other options...View More
You should have the IRS mirror your account. This will still hold you jointly liable however your account will be view as individual rather than with your ex spouse. Then you can get into a payment plan based off what you can afford.
My husband and I are divorcing. He never filed 2021 taxes. I went ahead and filed those taxes 2 weeks ago. I filed married but separate. My lawyer is not able to give me tax information. I don't know how to proceed. My husband is facing possible criminal prosecution. I separated from him 2... View More
Not having a 1099 does not mean you can skip reporting the income made. As you likely are aware this is considered self-employment work (if you've made $600 or more) and should be tracked/ reported accordingly. You can do so by filing out a schedule C. Here you will be able to account for the...View More
I don't write letters often to Federal Agencies, however, wen I do, they almost always go unanswered for several months, or several years or in most cases - never. Just trying to get a feel for a viable defense if they come back one day down the road. Thanks.
I was mentally, physically and emotionally abused and cheated on from the start by my husband so I had him locked up for family violence he got out the rearrested for aggravated stalking.I have screenshots of proof but no lawyer and property taxes are behind last year and gonna be due this year and... View More
You should consult an attorney directly. You have multiple issues that you need to discuss with someone and I don't think anyone can properly address those through this board. Further, if you currently have a divorce proceeding pending, it is important that you obtain an attorney, especially...View More
This was reported on a 1099-MISC, causing TurboTax to make her a small business owner. She is an employee of the pre-school, not an independent contractor. How do we report this income without starting a non-existent business?
There are different types of 1099s, which are used to report various different types of payments. Although independent contractors typically receive 1099s, receiving a 1099 doesn't automatically make a person an independent contractor. Your wife should consider speaking with a knowledgeable...View More
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